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Jack White-Missing Pieces

Opener from the great new album. Not much to say really, it's a pretty simple song 
chords-wise. Have fun! 

All lyrics, chords, music etc. are not mine. I am merely the messenger.

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Intro: G
e|---------------|           
B|---------------|
G|---5-7---------| x11
D|-8-----8-7-5---|
A|---------------|
E|---------------|

Then:

e|------------------|           
B|------------------|
G|---5-7------------| x11
D|-8-----8-7-5-8-7-5|
A|------------------|
E|------------------|

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Short version 

Intro/breaks : 
G F x 4
Verses and short solo: 
G F C x3
G F
Long solo:
G F C F
Ending
G F C x2
G F
F C D
Bb G

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Long Version :
G F x4

G                          F                 C
  I was in the shower so I could not tell my nose was bleeding
G                             F             C
  Dripped down my body to the floor right below my feet and
G                              F                 C
  I looked in the mirror at my face, I thought I had a disease

G F 

Same chords:

And there’s a woman with her fingers in my ice box
She flipped around and cold out asked me if I’m okay
She put the ice up on my tongue and then it melted away

[not sure of this line]
Speak easy, make her mine if she's bored yeah
There's a ? Ceiling that is outta' my reach.

G F x 4

Same chords as before:

I woke up and my hands were gone, yeah
I looked down and my legs were long gone
I fell forward with my shoulder, but there's nobody there

I thought she left a note, just the tag of the pillow there
And then I noticed that the rag next to my ear
The clock was ringing, but there wasn't nothing that I could hear

Solo (again, same chords)

G F x 8

Solo 2:
G F C F x 4

G F x 4 

G                      F          C
  Sometimes someone controls everything about you
G                                  F          C
  And when they tell you that they just can't live without you
G                           F                  F
  They ain't lyin', they'll take pieces of you
            C                   D
And they'll stand above you and walk away
                        Bb          G
That's right and take a part of you with them
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tukall 10 Apr 28, 2012 03:08 PM

very nice, thanks alot

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rini6 10 May 02, 2012 01:15 PM

Thanks!

I used third string third fret, second string first fret, second string third fret, third string third fret and then third string second fret for the opening. It sounds the same and is easier (for me, anyhoo)

Also, I use the chord sequence G-F-D (rather then G-F-C) for the main motif (or whatever the correct term is)

I love this song BTW, weird and disturbing lyrics with great Jack White genius musicianship. :-)

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rini6 10 May 02, 2012 01:15 PM

Thanks!

I used third string third fret, second string first fret, second string third fret, third string third fret and then third string second fret for the opening. It sounds the same and is easier (for me, anyhoo)

Also, I use the chord sequence G-F-D (rather then G-F-C) for the main motif (or whatever the correct term is)

I love this song BTW, weird and disturbing lyrics with great Jack White genius musicianship. :-)

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