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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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
#

From: "Mike" 
Subject: TAB: "Who Will Save Your Soul" (who_will_save_your_soul.tab) by Jewel
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 1997 18:09:37 -0700

Well, what need I say. Jewel rox. This is one of my favourite tunes by her.
So ya, it's the same 4-bar riff throughout the song, so I hope you enjoy it.
Any comments, suggestions, tab requests, feel free to email me. Later!
-Mike (kcobain13@hotmail.com)

============================================================================
         Title : Who Will Save Your Soul
        Artist : Jewel
         Album : Pieces Of You
Transcribed by : Mike Eheler
============================================================================

Legend
------
 h  = hammer-on
 p  = pull-off
 b  = bend
 r  = bend release
 /  = slide up/down
<5> = natural harmonic
[5] = artifical harmonic
 ~  = vibrato
 tr = trill
Chord Diagrams (low to high)
----- --------
Am X 0 2 2 1 X
C X 3 2 0 1 0
G 3 2 0 0 0 3
D X X 0 2 3 2
Tempo = 126
    Am             C              G              D
E |--------------|--------------|----------3---|-------3--2---|
B |--------------|-------3--1---|-------0------|---3----------|
G |---2---0--1---|---0----------|---0----------|-----2--------|
D |-----2--------|-----2--------|-----0--------|-0------------|
A |-0------------|-3------------|--------------|--------------|
E |--------------|--------------|-3------------|--------------|

Am                                C
People livin' their lives for you on TV.
                 G                   D
They say they're better than you, and you agree.
Am                              C
 He says, "Hold my calls," from behind those cold brock walls.
      G                           D
Says, "Come here boy, there ain't nothin' for free."
Am                        C                                  G
 Another doctor's bill, a lawyer's bill, another cute, cheap thrill.
                             D
You know you love him if you put him in your will.
    Am          C             G             D
But    who will save your soul when it comes to the flowers, now?
Am C                    G                D
Who will save your souls after those lies that you told, boy?
Am             C        G                  D
  And who will save your souls if you won't save your own?
Am                          C                    G  D
La, da, di, da, di, da, di, da, da, da, yeah, da.
Am                                C
  We try to hustle them, try to bustle them, try to cuss them.
    G                                 D
The cops want someone to bust down on Orleans Avenue.
Am                     C                             G
  Another day, another dollar, anothher war, another tower went up where the
    D
homeless had their homes.
Am                      C                           G
  So we pray to as many different gods as there are flowers.
               D
But we call religion our friend.
Am                         C                             G
  We're so worried about a-saving our souls, afraid that God will take his
                 D
toll, that we forget to begin.
    Am          C             G             D
But    who will save your soul when it comes to the vet'rans, now?
Am C                    G                D
Who will save your souls after those lies that you told, boy?
Am             C        G                  D
  And who will save your souls if you won't save your own?
Am                          C                    G  D
La, da, di, da, di, da, di, da, da, da, yeah, da.
*4 bar drum & bass interlude, in the last two beats of the 4th bar play:

  E |---------------|
  B |-------3-1-----|
  G |-----------0---|
  D |---------------|
  A |---------------|
  E |---------------|
Am                              C
  Some are walking, some are talking, some are stalking their kill.
G                            D
 Got social security, but it doesn't pay your bills.
            Am                             C
There are addictions to feed, and there are mouths to pay.
          G                                 D
So you bargain with the devil, but you're O.K. for today.
   Am                             C
Say  that you love me; take their money and run.
               G                             D                  Am
Say, it's been swell, sweet-heart, but it was just one of those things.
                               C
Those flings, those strings you got to cut.
          G                           D         Am
So get out on the streets, girls, and bast your butts.
         C     G     D  Am C  G       D
Who will save, save your    soul when it comes to the vet'ran?
Am   C                    G           D
  Who will save your souls, those lies that you told, boy?
Am             C     G                   D
  And who will save, save your soul when you won't save your own?
============================================================================
There we go, have fun kiddies. Again, feel free to email me,
kcobain13@hotmail.com

#----------------------------------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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
#

Date: Sun, 03 Nov 1996 16:01:19 -0500
From: Mathew Needleman 
Subject: Who Will Save Your Soul w/added intro

> Who Will Save Your Soul
> from the album "Pieces of You"
> by Jewel
>
> chords by ecpark@mail.wm.edu
> tabbed by Jonathan Lam(lamv@spots.ab.ca)
>
> standard tuning
>
> chords:
> Am    X02210
> C     X32010
> G     320003
> Dsus4  XX0233
> D     XX0232
>
> Intro:
>
> e-
> B-
> G-
> D--------------------------------------------------------------|
> A-0-0-0-0-0-0-3-3-3-3-3-3-------------3/5-5-5-5-5------3-------|
> E-----------------------------------3-3-3-3-3------------------|
>
> The whole song is played in the same order below, except at the
> interlude, which should be just E (022100).
>
>   Am        C         G         Dsus4       D
>
> e-------0---------0---------3---------3-2-|
> B---------1---------1---------0---3-------|
> G---2---------0---------0-----------2-----|
> D-----2---------2---------0-----0---------|
> A-0---------3-----------------------------|
> E---------------------3-------------------|
>
> Or, you may want to replace picking the 3rd string with the 2nd string
> from
> the top for Am, C and G but the Dsus4 picking sounds right:
>
>   Am              C              G                    Dsus4  D
> _________________________________________
> e-------------------------0-------------3---------3-2---|
> B---------0-1---------3-------------0-------3-----------|
> G----2-----------0-------------0---------------2--------|
> D-------2-----------2-------------0---------0-----------|
> A-0-----------3-----------------------------------------|
> E---------------------------3---------------------------|
>
> The D actually signifies by half of a measure of a D chord followed by
> a half a measure of a Dsus chord.  ecpark@mail.wm.edu
>
> Am                        C
> People living their lives for you on TV
> G                                          D
> They say they're better than you and you agree
> Am                                       C
> He says hold my calls from behind those covered crosses
> G                                          D
> come here boy... there ain't nothing for free
> Am                                    C
> Another doctor's bill, a lawyer's bill
>                                G
> D
> Another cute cheap thrill, you know you love him if you put him in
> your will
>                 Am          C               G               D
>
> CHORUS: Who will save your soul when it comes to the flower
> Am            C            G                        D
> Who will save your soul after all the lies that you told, boy
> Am           C              G               D
> Who will save your soul if you won't save your own?
> Am  C  G  D
>
> Am                                        C
> We try to hustle them, try to bustle them, try to cuss them
>       G                                                          D
> The cops want someone to bust down on Orleans Avenue
> Am                             C
> Another day, another dollar, another war,
>   G                                                     D
> another tower went up to where the homeless had their homes
> Am                                C
> So we pray to as many different gods are there are
> G                           D
> flowers but we call religion our friend
> Am                                 C
> We're so worried about saving our souls
> G                                                              D
> Afraid that God will take His toll that we forget to begin
> CHROUS
> Interlude -  E
> Am                                        C
> Some are walking, some are talking, some are stalking their
> G                                            D
> kill... you get social security, but it doesn't pay your bills
> Am                                                            C
> There are addictions to feed and there are mouths to pay
> G                                                                D
> So you bargain with the Devil, say you're o.k. for today,
> Am                                        C
> You say that you love them, take their money and run
> G                                                                  D
> Say, it's been swell, sweetheart, but it was just one of those
> Am                                        C
> things, those flings, those strings you've got to cut,
> G                                                    D
> So get out on the streets, girls, and bust your butts.    CHORUS
>
> *********************************************
> You've read the book, now see the web page.
> Mathew.L.Needleman@worldnet.att.net
> http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Hills/3737
> *********************************************

Date: Thu, 6 Nov 1997 08:56:24 -0330 (NST)
From: Leslie Cuff 


    Am             C              G              D
E |--------------|--------------|----------3---|-------3--2---|
B |--------------|-------3--1---|-------0------|---3----------|
G |---2---0--1---|---0----------|---0----------|-----2--------|
D |-----2--------|-----2--------|-----0--------|-0------------|
A |-0------------|-3------------|--------------|--------------|


NOW THE FIX

Instead:

    Am             C              G              D
E |--------------|--------------|----------3---|-------3--2---|
B |-------0--1---|-------3--1---|-------0------|---3----------|
G |---2----------|---0----------|---0----------|-----2--------|
D |-----2--------|-----2--------|-----0--------|-0------------|
A |-0------------|-3------------|--------------|--------------|
E |--------------|--------------|-3------------|--------------|
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ericnorcross 210 wrote on October 10 2009, 06:34 pm

The intro is off, so shuffle the numbers to some higher strings a bit and mix the intro here up with the chord progression that has 5 stars and you have yourself a solid winner.

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