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Dig chords

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by Incubus
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Chords for "Incubus - Dig"
This Tab is almost exactly the same as the other one for chords, minus one tiny detail,  
"E" chord in the verse parts of the song is actually a "D#sus4" chord.... well at least 
sounds better to me played that way.

D#sus4 = x6689x

Verse:
   D#sus4
We all have a weakness
    F#		     C#m       D#sus4         	 F#       C#m
But some of ours are easier to identify. Look me in the e--ye
    D#sus4
and ask for forgiveness;
      F#	     C#m	      D#sus4
we'll make a pact to never speak that word again.
	 F#	   C#m
Yes, you are my fri---end.
   D#sus4		   F#
We all have something that digs us,
   C#m		     D#sus4	F#      C#m
at least we dig each other.
	D#sus4		  F#
So when weakness turns my ego up
  C#m			   D#sus4      		F#  C#m
I know you'll count on the me from yesterday.


Chorus
		E	B
If I turn into anothe---er
F#	       C#m	     E	     B
dig me up from under what is coveri--ing
    F#             C#m
the better part of me.
	  E	B
Sing this so----ong
   F#	   	     C#m	      E      B
remind me that we'll always have each othe---er
     F#                 C#m
when everything else is gone.


Verse:
   D#sus4
We all have a sickness
     F#	      C#m	   D#sus4
that cleverly attaches and multiplies
	  F#	    C#m
No matter how we try---y.
   D#sus4		 F#
We all have someone that digs at us,
   C#m		     D#sus4	F#    C#m
at least we dig each other.
	D#sus4		  F#
So when sickness turns my ego up
  C#m			D#sus4 		 F#  C#m
I know you'll act as a clever medicine.


Chorus
		E	B
If I turn into anothe---er
F#	       C#m	     E	     B
dig me up from under what is coveri--ing
    F#             C#m
the better part of me.
	  E	B
Sing this so----ong
   F#	   	     C#m	      E      B
remind me that we'll always have each othe---er
     F#                 C#m
when everything else is gone.
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QuantumMechanix 296 Sep 27, 2008 07:09 AM

does everyone in the world forget this song has a bridge? both chord tabs for this song are completely missing it

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Sandro67 10 Jun 13, 2009 08:20 PM

First of all, that's the worst voicing for a D#sus4 chord I've ever seen (you have two fourth intervals in it, which sounds clustered as hell). Second of all, this song DOES have a bridge. And finally, no, D#sus4 does NOT work within the context of this song. This song is in the key of E Major. So YES, it is an E major chord (or an E major 7th chord, if you're playing the arpeggiated electric guitar part), and NO, D#sus4 does NOT sound better. Do you hear a subtonic in this song at all? Do you hear a leading tone? So why the hell would a D#sus4 work in a song in the key of E Major? Do your homework. Don't waste our time. Not all of us are stupid.

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