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Date: Sun, 08 Dec 1996 12:34:28 -0500
Another Sunday - I Mother Earth
Intro -Verse riff
If you look carefully at the world to this song.. it looks like it's about aliens!
The two main chords are:
Sunday...always hard to get to sleep when,
weird noises are implying threats,
on cold sheets I sweat.
On any other day,
It's all rest and flowers
and a long night of nothing
In the morning some coffee.
A C D C A
Cause when the sun goes down you close your eyes and think that you might wake,
in the same place
I'm out of my head, That was what they said,
G D D D D# E(7th fret)
there was no way I would ever trust again,
E D C G
There's something that fills you up and it feels you up and then,
It take control of your better sense,
G D E
There ain't no control of things you take for granted,
E D B
But they came and they held me up and felt me up and left.....I miss them,
Take me, to your world I want to know if I belong there instead of here,
Is there religion?
It is unordinary, to want this affection,
but I don't have a real friend...and I hate my whole family
But from my bed my window's lit by a red light I have seen before,
while floating away..
Solo Riff thing.
Date: Sun, 23 Feb 1997 14:01:30 -0800
From: Denis Fitzpatrick
Subject: another sunday by I mother earth
Another Sunday-Intro Riff
This isn't really a tab, more of a suggestion on how to play it.
I posted this because I thought everyone knew this.
Then I saw a tab that looke like you had to fingerpick.
I'm pretty sure that this is the right way.
After he says: "On any other day" Jag adds another note.
I think this note is the same form but acouple frets higher.
Figured out by Denis Hammerstedt
Tabbed by Neil Fitzpatrick