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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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
Subject: TAB: Seemed the the thing to do - Dinosaur Jr
Date: Thu, 31 Aug 1995 14:53:43 -0400 (EDT)
From: "Michael Gartley" 

Dinosaur Jr
Seemed like the thing to do
Tabbed by Michael Gartley

I like to play this song with a capo on the 7th fret, that way
it plays a lot easier.  This song shows that not only can J rock, but he's
also a great song writer.

Intro:
e-------------------|-------------------|
b-------2-----2---2-|-----2-----2---0---|
g-------------------|-------------------|
d-----2-----2-------|---0-----0---------|
a--0------0-----0---|-0-----0-----0-----|
e-------------------|-------------------|

sometimes goes to:
e-------------------|-------------------|
b-------5-----5---5-|-----3-----3---2---|
g-------------------|-------------------|
d-----2-----2-------|---0-----0---------|
a--0------0-----0---|-0-----0-----0-----|
e-------------------|-------------------|

During the chorus, I'm still not really sure what is going on
   G
e-------------------------------|
b----------3----2---------------|
g--------0----------2---etc-----|
d------0------------------------|
a----2--------------------------|
e--3----------------------------|

but the major chord progression in the chorus (i think) goes between
G   Dsus/F#   and sometimes an A chord.  I don't have the time to type out
where all the chords appear, but once you get to know the song well
enough, you'll know where they fit in.

chords (don't forget the capo!)
-------------------------------
G       320033
Dsus/F# 200230
A       x02220

            
            
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