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Alice in Chains-Would?
Album/Record label-Dirt(1992)/Sony

In the key of F#minor
Moderate Speed

Chords used in this song include:

     F#m  F#m(octaved)  Bm  G  D7  G#  E
D#|-2------------------2---3--2---4---0-------------------------------|
A#|-2------------------3---3--1---4---0-------------------------------|
F#|-2----6-------------4---0--2---5---1-------------------------------|
C#|-4----4-------------4---0--0---6---2-------------------------------|
G#|-4------------------2---2------6---2-------------------------------|
D#|-2----------------------3------4---0-------------------------------|


The bass starts out the song, the guitar comes in when you hear the ooohs from 
layne and the riff, the opening riff , goes like this:

         
D#|------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|-------------------------------5----------------------------------|
F#|-4h6~4h6~4-4~~~4h6~4h6-4-4~~~-4---4h6~4h6~4-4~~~4h6~4h6~4-4~~~----|
C#|-4--~4--~4-5~~~4--~4---4-5~~~5----4--~4--~4-5~~~4--~4--~4-5~~~--2-|
G#|---------------------------------------------------------------2--|
D#|--------------------------------------------------------------3---|

The verse riff on the other hand goes like this, the same, but at a lower octave:


     Know me Broken by my Master        Teach thee of child love here after

D#|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F#|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C#|-----------------------------------2-------------------------------------2-|
G#|-2h4~2h4~2-2~~~----2h3~2h3~2-2~~~-2--2h4~2h4~2-2~~~------2h4~2h4~2-2~~~-2--|
D#|-2--~2--~2-3~~~----2--~2--~2-3~~~3---2--~2--~2-3~~~------2--~2--~2-3~~~3---|


[Chorus 1]

Bm       G
Into the flood again
G                   Bm    G
Same old trip it was back then
Bm          Bm
So I made a big mistake
G             Bm      G
Try to see it once my way

go back to the opening riff and play it once, then move on to the second verse, 
just like the first, different lyrics:


     Drifting bodies Sole desertion       Flying not yet quite the notion

D#|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F#|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C#|-----------------------------------2-------------------------------------2-|
G#|-2h4~2h4~2-2~~~----2h3~2h3~2-2~~~-2--2h4~2h4~2-2~~~------2h4~2h4~2-2~~~-2--|
D#|-2--~2--~2-3~~~----2--~2--~2-3~~~3---2--~2--~2-3~~~------2--~2--~2-3~~~3---|


[Chorus 2]

Bm       G
Into the flood again
G                   Bm    G
Same old trip it was back then
Bm          Bm
So I made a big mistake
G             Bm      G
Try to see it once my way


(go back to the opener riff, then to the third chorus)


[Chorus 3]

Bm       G
Into the flood again
G                   Bm    G
Same old trip it was back then
Bm          Bm
So I made a big mistake
G             Bm      G
Try to see it once my way

(now it's on to the bridge and the outro):


[Outro]

D7   G#      G              E
Am I wrong?  Have I run too far to get home?
D7     G#     G             E
Have I gone?  Left you here alone.
D7   G#      G              E
Am I wrong?  Have I run too far to get home?
D7     G#     G             E
Have I gone?  Left you here alone.

D7  D7  D7     D7    D7
If  I   would, could you?


That's the "bomb track", good tune, I play it out all the time acoustic and with 
the band, get noticed get "chains", alice in chains!



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wmc128 10 Nov 06, 2010 08:50 AM

It would be alot easier with a Barre chord G instead of a open G chord, brillant work.

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darrennie 25 Nov 04, 2014 12:56 PM

Thanks, love this song.

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veredave 10 Sep 22, 2015 01:27 AM

Thanks for posting, its awesome.
The only comment is I think its D chord and not D7

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