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Guelah Papyrus Chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
Guelah Papyrus
~From: John Greene 
~From: "Anthony J. Went" 
~From: Eric Berman (ericbe@microsoft.com)

Bm7 A A E E  (3x) E9 held out F#7#9

the verses:
Bm7 A A E E  (4x)
Bm7 A A E E D Bm7
Bm7 A A E E 2x
Bm7 A A E E D Bm7
Bm7 A A E E D F#7#9

the chorus:
Bm7 A A E E
Bm7 A A E E
Bm7 A A E E
E9 held, staccato F# 7#9 (I think it's different rt. before asse festival)

The chords should be played like this:
    Bm7  A   E   E9   F#7#9
 E--7----x---x---7---------|
 B--7----10--9---7----10---|
 G--7----9---9---7----9----|
 D--7----7---9---6----8----|
 A--x------------7----9----|
 E--7----------------------|

The F#7#9 chord, for those who might not know... would be played at the
ninth fret... fifth thru second strings... spells out the notes F# A# E A
(for those who know "Purple Haze," it's the main chord up 2 frets)...
anyway... those F#7#9 stabs add alot to the song, especially with page's
sweet sounding hammond...


--
Charles Jensen                                    Department of Biology
Charles.Jensen@m.cc.utah.edu                      University of Utah
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the_bear_shark wrote on February 9 2006, 02:08 pm

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