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Same Old Song And Dance Tab

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                       Same Old Song And Dance

[Intro] :  (Rhy. Fig.1)
  E7                           Em7          E5  4X                     

[Verse] :  (Rhy. Fig.2)
     E7                     Em7        
  Get   yourself cool-er,    lay yourself low.  Etc.

(Rhy. Fig.2)

Coincidental murder with nothing to show.  
When the judge's constipation goes to his head,
and his wife's aggravation, you're soon enough dead.
  G5        A5      C5        D5
|------------------------------------------|   Repeat Rhy. Fig.1
|------------------------------------------|   After each chorus.
 Same old  story,  same old  song and dance

 Bridge :(Rhy. Fig.3) B
|----------------------------------------------|  Repeat Rhy.Fig.3
|----------------------------------------------|  with rest of 
|--4-----4------0----2-----4-----4-----0---2---|  bridge.
  Fate  comes a knocking; doors start locking....

Your old time connection, change your direction.
Ain't gonna change it, can't rearrange it.
Can't stand the pain when it's all the same to you, my friend.
   Rhy. Fig.1

     At the end, use the same chorus Rhy. but substitute
     this at the end of the chorus....

  C5       D5     F5       G5       A5                       
 Same old story, same old song and dance.
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Abe 394 Jan 19, 2004 07:00 PM

looks good

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GD_GC 230 Mar 18, 2006 06:53 AM

why can no one tab the intro solo and the other solo i cant find them any where but good job on the rythym guitars part on the intro best ive seen

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501blackhawk 31 Dec 06, 2007 03:04 PM

Lol ill tab em for you if u want

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