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Miles End Tab

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Gomez - Miles End
Album: In our Gun

standard tuning

Chords used:

   D	C	D#	F	G
e: 10	8	11	8	10
B: 10	8	11	10	12
G: 11	9	12	10	12
D: 12	10	13	10	12
A: 12	10	13	8	10
E: 10	8	11	x	X


Intro/Verse

D	C	D# D	C D


first Lead bit in verse

this is not exact there are more notes in the song than written
here, just improvise a bit with those notes.
This part is played on over the first D chord of the verse.

e:-----------10---------------12--10----|
B:-------10----------------10-----------|
G:-11h12---------11h12--11--------------|
D:--------------------------------------|
A:--------------------------------------|
E:--------------------------------------|

e:-------------10----12p10-----10-------|
B:----------10----10-------10-----------|
G:-11h12-11-----------------------11----|
D:--------------------------------------|
A:--------------------------------------|
E:--------------------------------------|


Pre Chorus

He's been fortunate........

uses the same chord progression as the verse, but the
lead is different.

Just improvise by picking out individual notes of the chords,
as shown below.

   D	 C	D# D 	  C   D
e:-10----8------11-10-----12--10----14--------|
B:-10----8------11-10-----13--10----15--------|
G:-11----9------12-11-----12--11----14--------|
D:-12----10-----13-12---------12--------------|
A:--------------------------------------------|
E:--------------------------------------------|


Chorus

F	D	C	D C
F	D	C	D C G <--G is only played once

i think the lead just picks out notes of the chords.


Break

The same chords as the verse,
and just mess around with effects in D for the lead,
might not be right but it sounds cool.


That's it,
any comments or corrections n.cameron@student.canberra.edu.au
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webby1990 103 May 05, 2007 12:34 PM

this tab is incredibly basic and is quite wrong in places(including the missing out of the D#aug/D chord and the leadline)the basics are right though.

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