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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.#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Date: Mon, 11 May 1998 16:22:46 -0500
From: ponies2@computek.net (Keith Barron)
Subject: s/soundgarden/boot_camp.tab

Song: Boot Camp
Album: Down On The Upside
Music/Lyrics: Cornell
Tuning: DADGBE

Previous tab by: oystein.hoel@dmbb.no

This is a very easy and great song to play. The last guy who posted this was
correct on the chord progression but wrong about the chords themselves. I
used his progression to figure out how the song is really played. And I play
the notes how I think they are on the album. I have a pretty standard
pattern through the whole thing. It's in the key of D minor. Not E minor
like the previous posting said. The tuning isn't 100 percent necessary but
it makes the beginning of the verse sound really good if you hit that bottom
D note. And if you ACCIDENTALLY hit the bottom string it won't sound too bad
either.

Intro and Verse:
E|---------0---------||--0----0-----------||-0----0----------|
B|------3----3--1----||--3------3--1------||-3------3--1-----|
G|----2------------2-||o--------------2--o||--------------2--|
D|-0-----------------||o----0------------o||----0------------|
A|-0-----------------||-------------------||-----------------|  
D|-0-----------------||-------------------||-----------------|  


E|---------0----------|--------------------|--------0----------|
B|-1--1------3--1--3--|-4--4---4--3--1--3--|-3---3----3--1-----|
G|-0--0---------------|-3--3---------------|-2---2----------2--|
D|-2------------------|-5------------------|-0-----------------|
A|-3------------------|--------------------|-------------------|
D|--------------------|--------------------|-------------------|


E|-----------------|-----------------|----1---0-1-0-1-0-1-0-1--| 
B|-4--4---4-3-1-3--|-4--4---4-3-1-3--|-3--3---3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3--| 
G|-3--3------------|-1--1------------|-3--3--------------------| 
D|-5---------------|-1---------------|-------------------------| 
A|-----------------|-----------------|-------------------------| 
D|-----------------|-----------------|-------------------------| 
                                      

Guitar 2 for Pre-Verse:
E|----------------------------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------------------------|
G|-9b10~~-10r9~-7~-7\5~-5/8~-8\7~-10\8~-8/10~-15/17-17~~~~--|
D|----------------------------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------------------------|


Chorus:
E|-------0----1----4---------0----1----4----|
B|--1----0----1----4----1----0----1----4----|
G|--0----1----2----5----0----1----2----5----|
D|--2----2----3----6----2----2----3----6----|
A|--3----2----3----6----3----2----3----6----|
D|------------------------------------------|

Play Verse Part:
 
I must obey the rules
I must be tame and cool
No staring at the clouds
I must stay on the ground
In clusters of the mice
The smoke is in our eyes
Like babies on display
Like angels in a cage
I must be pure and true
I must contain my views

Play first 2 bars of Verse again:
 
There must be something else
There must be something good

Play Chorus two times:

Far away far away from here
Far away far away from here
Far away far away from here
Far away far away from here

Then end it by playing the first 4 bars of the Verse Part again and ending
it on the Cmaj chord. Ending it on C major makes it sound much more moody
than just ending on D minor (The song's key).


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theLyzrdKing wrote on August 8 2009, 04:59 pm

good job but i don't think it's in minor. i think it sounds better if you play the end either as a D major chord or as a D add9...
but otherwise stellar and thanks

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