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                             Heart It Races - Architecture in Helsinki
Tabbed by: Kate MacVicar
Email: corley5079@yahoo.com

Tuning: Regular?
Capo: 1st fret

From what I can tell, this is a very simple song - Just two chords: A and F#m. I bar the 
but you can play it the regular way too.
I don't really know how to explain it well and I'm sorry if it confuses you - listen to 
song to get a sense of the rhythm. They play an A and then step down to a F#m then back 
to A over and over again.

  "Booom boom boom boom boom boom boom ..."

  A                                              F#m
And we're slow to acknowledge the knots on the laces
heart it races
  A                                            F#m
and we go back to where we moved out to the places
heart it races

i bought it in a can and stirred it with my finger
singing boom-dadadadadadada boom-dadadada
through it out the window
and lately you've been tanned
suspicious for the winter with your
boom-dadadadadadada boom-dadadada
legs like little splinters
and we're slow to acknowledge the knots in the laces
heart it races
and we go back to where we move out to the places
heart it races
i sold it to  a man and threw him out that window
he went boom-dadadadadadada boom-dadadada
made his wife a widow
heart it races alone
everybody go
Boom dadadadadadada boom dadadada

That's pretty much the whole song - please email me with corrections


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robbie 335 Jun 08, 2008 12:25 PM

Your tab is very good, but there's no point in having the capo on at all. I would just take it off, so you are playing A sharp and Gmin. Sounds the same either way, so 5 stars.

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cardboard.scene 94 Feb 27, 2009 12:07 AM

i agree if you are just going to play the bar chords, the capo is redundant.

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chipplejay 555 Mar 27, 2011 01:43 AM

I love playing this song. It is so wacky, yet charming.
What is she on about?
Regarding the capo issue, I have been placing the capo on
the 3rd fret and just playing G and Em.

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