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Love Comes A Tumblin Down bass

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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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: Glen Norman Pavan 

artist:  Cheap Trick
title:  Love Comes A Tumblin Down
album:  All Shook Up
key:  C
tuning:  standard   E A D G


All Shook Up;  Cheap Trick's most innovative and original album.
Too bad everybody thought it sucked.


intro

G-----------------------------------------------------|
D---------------5---5-6-7--------------------5--5-6-7-|
A-------5-5--7-----------------------5-5--7-----------|
E---8---------------------------8---------------------|


first verse

     (D)Tell you a story not a little white lie
     (D)Wasn't long tall Sally, it was no surprise that's right
intro twice  tell me that's right
     (D)Tough act to follow ain't too good in your shoes
     (D)A whole lot of shakin, it was terrible news that night
intro twice    tell me that's right


second verse

     All shook up and bent outta shape It was Johnny B Goode
     But it sounded great that night tell me that's right
     From the cabaret to the highway to hell, Had a monkey on his back
     It was easy to tell that's right, tell em that's right.

third verse    -guitar solo

bridge

G--------------------------|
D-------------0----0-1-2---|
A-----0-0--2---------------|       play four times
E---3----------------------|

   I'm wishing to live longer, aided by the supreme healing force of music
   It definetly overcomes all weakening aspects of the body

intro
      I'd have felt quite lost and distraught without those
     wonderful vinyl productions

bridge riff twice
     I'm convinced it's an addiction, too.  I feel just great again
     Thank you Geoffrey


fourth verse

     We could see the train coming, it was long overdue
     A tough act to follow, ain't too good in your shoes
     That's right  Tell me that's right
     Life went from stumbling to tumblin down
     Not a pretty picture when the body was found
     That night Tell me that's right

outro

G------------------------------------------------------------------|
D------------------------------------4--5----5---------------------|
A--7---7----7-------------------7-7------------------5-------------|
E------------------------------------------------------------------|
   Band was signing and playing a tune  love comes a tumblin down
   Tough act to follow ain't too good in your shoes
   See the train coming it was long overdue
   Johnny B. Goode, but it sounded great
   Long Tall Sally, it was no surprise
   Whole lotta shakin it was terrible news
   Not a pretty picture when the body was found
   Mama Mama Mama

questions, comments to senomar@bach.udel.edu
                         -I'm here, I'm queer, I play 5-string bass

            
            
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