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Where There’s Gold – Dashboard Confessional
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Tabbed by: goobrocker

Tuning: STANDARD


CAPO 1

 This is the first song off of ‘The Shade Of Poison Trees’. It’s a pretty simple song, 
here you go enjoy! You can figure out the strum pattern. I’m using my finger to mute the 
on purpose in order to make the sound match the cd recording.

THIS IS FOR THE RHYTHEM GUITAR MEANT TO BE PLAYED SOLO

CHORDS:

    G     C9     Em7    A     D/F#
e|--3------3------3-----3------3--|
B|--3------3------3-----3------3--|
G|--0------0------0-----X------0--|
D|--0------X------X-----2------0--|
A|--X------3------2-----0------X--|
E|--3------X------0-----0------2--|


Intro:  G  C9 Em7 A


G
Step on the stage

     C9
The lights the praise

    Em7
The curtain calls

        A
And the big parade

G                  C9             Em7   A
You know that life all too well


G
The promise the pain

    C9
The valor the rage

Em7
Hold up your hands

        A
For the bow and the wave

G
You know his touch

  C9                  Em7     A
A little too well


Em7
You throw yourself

D/F#
Into their arms

G               C9
Mistresses have all the fun

Em7               D/F#              G
But no one's ever there to take you home


G
Box up your gloves and your

C9
Down coats

Em7
Bound for the sun and the

A
West coast

G                 C9                   Em7        A
Where upper crust tragedies abound

G
A tip for the girl at the

C9
Coat check

Em7
The guy at the door and the

A
Bar back

G
They know your face

C9            Em7    A
Oh so well


Em7              D/F#
But movies never made you famous

G                   C9
All your dreams got lost or traded

Em7              D/F#                G       C9
And all you ever cared about got lost

Em7              D/F#
But you were surely still an actress

G                   C9
Older men would find attractive

Em7              D/F#                G       C9
And all you ever cared about got lost


G      C9


              Em7             A
Where there's gold, there's a gold digger

G
You throw yourself

C9
Into their arms

Em7             A
Mistresses have all the fun

G                 C9                Em7        A
But no one's ever there to take you home



| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| H  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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deadbolt91765 10 Oct 04, 2007 12:50 AM

I duno about the standard tuning, dashboard plays with a half step down.

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Jedidanno 21 Oct 11, 2007 06:46 PM

I got the privilege to watch Chris play this the other night here in Austin,TX. To get the strum pattern exact you need to hold down the B string as stated in your tab and then let off of it in the up stroke. This is to get that twang effect. If you listen close you will know what I mean. Deadbolt91765 is right for you guys that are in standard tuning capo on I, and 1/2 steppers capo on II. Let me know if this helps.

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jo3myster 247 Oct 20, 2007 12:00 PM

This is a pretty good tab but Jedidanno is right it sounds alot better with a capo on the 1st Fret

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