WARNING: You are trying to view content from Ultimate-Guitar.com in an unauthorized application, which is prohibited. Please use an official Ultimate Guitar Tabs application for iPhone, iPad or Android to access legitimate chords, guitar, bass, and drum tabs from Ultimate-Guitar.com database. Type "ultimate guitar tabs" in Apple App Store's or Android Market's search to find the application.
A great song. I'm not quite sure how the narration goes with the chord changes because too lazy to work it out. Otherwise, this is pretty much correct. Tabbed on a keyboard it can be easily transposed for teh authentic GU(Pt 2) sound ^_^ Enjoy Nice and simple, strum softly until indicated. (Intro) Am G C F Am G F F [Then vocals begin. Narration enters on the first C chord] (Narration): Mankind has always wondered about the kind of universe it lives in. Mankind has always, uh, indulged in creation myths. As far back as recorded history goes, and it's just human nature To want to understand, uhm, the universe we live in, And where it came from, what it is now and where it's going... (Vocals): C Am F C With all apologies you wake me up Am F C F You hold the porcelain to take me home C Am F C Hold my hand until the waves come Am F C F Hold my hand until the waves come Am G This is our last C F Take care love Am It won't stop G F It won't stop a thing C Am F C With all apologies you wake me up Am F C F You hold the porcelain to take me home [V----- strum powerfully like a crazy person] C [no chord] F Hold my hand until the waves come C The waves come Am F C Just hold my hand until the waves come F [let ring for several seconds before playing Outro] The waves come around (Outro) Am G C F Am G F F Am [repeat the Am chord until you want to end the song let the chord ring] (Narration): [As in intro] Well, the Einstein equations are sort of the Mount Everest of theoretical physics and, well we want to get to the top. We want to be able to, uhm, make Einstein's equations routine to solve. We would like to have undergraduates be able to solve Einstein's equations routinely. Might as well have grade school kids doing it because, you know, the Physics is is is intuiative. I mean, grade school kids know about black holes and, and they might want to know, well, gosh, what happens if I drop a black hole on a black hole?