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2000 Man Chords

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Intro: Open E slide to the 5th fret power chord, 7th fret A string power 

chord (repeat twice); 5th fret A string power chord, back to the 5th fret E 

power chord, open D chord, then back to the 5th fret E power chord; 7th 

fret A power chord strike with an open E drone strummed approx. 6 times in 

between each beat.

                                                     A
The intro corresponds with these lyrics: Well my name it is a number;
            E                A                   A
It's on a piece of plastic; film and I've growin' funny flowers outside of 
          E        A                          D                  A
my little window sill-(chorus) A-don't you; know   I'm a 2000;  man (open D, back to A)     
  
A      D                            A              E
And my; kids they just don't under-;stand me at;  all.



Repeat the same chord scheme with the second verse: 
You know my wife still respects me even though I really misuse her, I am having an 
affair with a randome computer: 

repeat chorus
           A D  A            D                     (Same procession x2)
Bridge:   Oh d-addy  proud of your planet;  Oh m-ommy  proud of your son;
                  A                              B
Oh daddy, your brain's still flashin, back to when you were young
     
A     D    D      A        Open E drone "A" 7 fr. P.Chord
Or did it come down crashin'     seein' all the 
  
D      A                      Open E drone "A" 7 fr. P.Chord

things you've done            spacin' out 
 D        A
and having some fun

 A D  A            D                     
Oh d-addy  proud of your planet;  Oh m-ommy  proud of your son;

Open E chord 6x then strike the 7th fret A string chord once (do this 3x)


Ace's SOLO!!! This is a basic Chuck Berry type solo 
while bending and holding the Gstring on the 7th fret 
to match to sound of B string on the 5th fret 
for the first two licks.

The next 3 licks of the solo are very Chuck Berryish: 
Basically play the first lick without holding the note, 
then walk down the guitar neck from the 6th fret 
while bending the 8th, 9th,10th and 11th Gstrings 
to sound like the 6th,7th,8th,and 9th B string frets, 
then end the solo on a D power chord (A string, 5th fret)

   A                              B
Oh daddy, your brain's still flashin, back to when you were young


A     D    D      A        Open E drone "A" 7 fr. P.Chord
Or did it come down crashin'     seein' all the 
  
D      A                      Open E drone "A" 7 fr. P.Chord

things you've done            spacin' out 
 D        A
and having some fun

Repeat Chorus,

            Drone E for every "Me!" hit the 7th fret A power chord.
Understand Me!      Understand Me!   Now Understand Me!   Now Understand Me!

re-chorus(with a twist) A string Pwr. Chrd.  3 fr.     4 fr.     5 fr."A"
                                             Don't      You        Know


7th fret A power chord strike with an open E drone 
strummed approx. 6 times in between each beat. (3x)

Ending Solo: 5th fret Chuck berry "Johnny B Goode" type lick 
played twice, then the same thing played on the 10th and 12th frets, 
then back up to the 10th fret J.B.G. lick then:

  A...D...A   A...D...A
            I'm a 2000 man (repeat 3x ending on YEAH! . . .2000)
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cj83 17 wrote on March 5 2010, 05:51 pm

I liked the side notes that gave me extra info to make the translation go smoother.

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