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Die Die Die Chords

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witmachine 1,138
Die Die Die
Dr. Dog
Takers and Leavers EP
witmachine@yahoo.com

a ballad with chords for guitar

Suggested fingerings:

x     EADGBe

A     002220	A7    002020

C#    x43121	D     x00232

E     xx2454	E7    xx2434

F#m6  244242


Intro: A


Verse
		A					C#
It turns out cigarettes can kill you, 'cause when you didn't come back
	D			     E
every time that I thought of you, I smoked a whole pack
	A					 C#
I was up to about seventeen packs a day, I was refueling too
	  D			E		   E7
about every hour or so, I drank a bottle of white mule
	  A				     C#
I wasn't thinking about turquoise, I wasn't thinking about gold
	  D			      E	 	    E7
I wasn't thinking about thinking, or about getting old
	A			   C#
got to be so I didn't care if I was leaving or loving
     D		      E			E7
oh, what I was and what I was becoming


Chorus

 guitar:
e--------------/9---------------|
B--------------/10--------------|
G--------------/9---------------|
D-------------------------------|
A-------------------------------|
E-------------------------------|
		A
I don't want to die in your arms

guitar:
e------/9-------/11----/10------|
B------/8-------/10----/10------|
G------/9-------/11----/11------|
D-------------------------------|
A-------------------------------|
E-------------------------------|
	A7	F#m6	D
I just wannna die
	       A
don't want to die in you arms
	A7	F#m6	D
I just want to die


the following verse follows the same A C# D E pattern and the song ends with the chorus.
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Dr. Ed 80 wrote on October 30 2008, 02:07 am

I think the D in the chorus sounds better as a D7 chord. I'm not sure if that's exactly right though, you'd probably know more than I. This is an excellent tab.

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