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Subject: a/audio_adrenaline/big_house.crd
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 1997 19:33:06 -0400 (EDT)
From: Opie114@aol.com

Okay, guys, this is my first time doing this, so hang with me.  But I'm
pretty sure it's all correct.  I've played it a couple of times in worship
with my youth group, and it all
sounded ok.  Also, a lot of credit to Dan N., my former youth pastor, who
helped me
figure out some of the chords.  A great way to play this song with two
guitars is to have one play an F#m on the 9th fret, while the other plays it
on the 2nd.  But when I play it by myself, I usually play it on the 9th fret.
 Whichever one you like the best.  Also, on the chorus, have one guitar play
the chords in the barred position, while the other plays the chords in the
first position.  But don't try that for the verses... it sounds strange.  If
anyone knows the chords to any other Audio Adrenaline songs, please send them
to me at Opie114@aol.com.  I'm a big AA fan but I can't seem to figure out
their chord progressions.  As always, please send me any "better" versions or
inform me of mistakes I've made.  On with Big House...
Standard Tuning  (E A D G B E)
Chords:A= 5 7 7 6 5 5
	E= X 7 9 9 9 7
	D= X 5 7 7 7 5
      F#m=X 9 11 11 10 9  (or 2 4 4 3 2 2, if you insist)
/  =  slide up
Intro riff:
e----------------------------------------------------------------------|
b----------------------------------------------------------------------|
g----------------------------------------------------------------------|
d---------------------------------9------------------------------9-----|
a--------------7-------7--9/11------------------7-------7--9/11--------|
E---5--5--7/9----7/9----------------5--5--7/9-----7/9------------------|
((A (4 counts)  E(4 counts)) x2 - gtr. 1)  at the same time (intro riff (x2)
- gtr. 2)
A                                  F#m                     D
I don't know where you lay your head, or where you call your home.
A                                   F#m                     D
I don't know where you eat your meals, or where you talk on the phone.
A                           F#m              D
I don't know if you got a cook, a butler, or a maid.
A                           F#m                     D
I don't know if you got a yard, with a hammock in the shade.
(A (4 counts)  E (4 counts) - gtr. 1) at the same time (intro riff - gtr. 2)
A                            F#m                     D
I don't know if  you got some shelter, say a place to hide.
A                            F#m                      D
I don't know if  you live with friends, in whom you can confide.
A                            F#m              D
I don't know if  you got a family, say a mom or dad.
A                                 F#m                  D
I don't know if you feel love at all, but I bet you wish you had.

                        A             E                D        E
PRE-CHORUS:	Come and go with me, to my Father's house.
                  A             E                D        E           A
			Come and go with me, to my Father's house.

                                 A            E
                                    A
CHORUS:       	  It's a big, big house, with lots and lots of room.
(during the chorus,                               E
                                    A
the intro riff is going on    It's a big, big table, with lots and lots of
food.
and repeating itself on        E                                         A
gtr. 2)		 	  A big, big yard, where we can play football.
                                   E         N.C.
			  A big, big house, it's my Father's house.
(A (4 counts)  E(4 counts)) x2  only after the chorus is sung for the first
time
A                    F#m                        D
All I know is a big old house, with rooms for everyone.
A                  F#m                     D
All I know is lots of land, where we can play and run.
A                  F#m                      D
All I know is you need love, and I got a family.
A                           F#m              D
All I know is you're all alone, so why not come with me?

Order:
(1)Intro riff  (2)Verse 1  (3)Verse 2   (4)Pre chorus  (5)Chorus  (6)Verse 3
  (7)Pre chorus  (8)Chorus (x2)   (9)Pre chorus (drums only)   (10)Chorus
(drums only)
(11)Chorus (w/ guitars)  (12)Outro (not included b/c I couldn't figure it
out)

Good Luck, and enjoy!  Questions?  Comments?  E-mail me at Opie114@aol.com

            
            
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