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What's this Life For?
Transcriber:Fernando Delgado


Intro: 
e---------------------0--------------------| 
B-0h1---1p0---0--------1---3\1-1p0---------| 
G-----0-----2---2---0---0---------2p0------|repeat:  
D-0---------0------------------------------|4 times 
A-----------------3------------------------| 
E------------------------------------------|

verse: 
e--3--3-------2h3p2---------2--2--------3-------|starts to 
B--3--3------3-----3--------2--2---------3--3---|pick out 
G--0--0-----2-------2------4----------5---5-----|the G also 
D--0--0----0--------------4----------5----------|after the 
A--2--2------------------2----------3-----------|first    
E--3--3-----------------------------------------|time. 
     G          D           B            C 
 

e--2-2--3---| This part is played in place of the  last 
B--4-4--5---| picked out B and C and leads into the 
G--4-4--5---| chorus. 
D--4-4--5---| 
A--2-2--5---| 
E-----------| 
 

Chorus: ...What,s this life for 
e--3--3----5-5-5----2--2----3-3-3-3------------------------| 
B--3--3----7-7-7----4--4----5-5-5-5------------------------| 
G--4--4----7-7-7----4--4----5-5-5-5------------------------| 
D--5--5----7-7-7----4--4----5-5-5-5------------------------| 
A--5--5----5-5-5----2--2----3-3-3-3------------------------| 
E--3--3----------------------------------------------------|

This part is constant strumming. Its all in a 4*4 timing. 
all of the changes are shown though. 
e--3-----|--3-----|0-0-0-0-|0-0-0-0-|2-2-3-2-0|0-0---|-3-3-| 
B--3-----|--3-----|1-1-0-1-|1-1-0-1-|3-3-3-3-3|1-1---|-3-3-| 
G--0-----|--0-----|0-0-0-0-|2-2-2-2-|2-2-2-2-2|0-0---|-0-0-| 
D--0-----|--0-----|2-2-2-2-|2-2-2-2-|0-0-2-0-0|2-2---|-0-0-| 
A--2-----|--2-----|3-3-3-3-|0-0-0-0-|---------|3-3---|-2-2-| 
E--3-----|--3-----|--------|--------|---------|------|-3-3-| 
  
 

Then the final outro, Mark plays these bar chords. 
e-3-----3----5---5-----------------------------------------| 
B-3-----5----5---7-----------------------------------------| 
G-4-----5----5---7-----------------------------------------| 
D-5-----5----7---7-----------------------------------------| 
A-5-----3----7---5-----------------------------------------| 
E-3----------5---------------------------------------------| 
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halfdan 330 Jun 20, 2002 08:00 PM

Not bad, but I've seen better.

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sexy-man 40 Nov 20, 2004 07:00 PM

this sucks the strummin at the begginin is G chords not 2 open string w/ a hammer on

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