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Go Insane Chords

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Lindsey Buckingham - Go Insane 
From the album "Go Insane," 1984
Tabulated by Reed Peterson

*Standard Tuning*

CHORDS 

C#maj7		Cm7		Fm		D#
e|---4---	e|---3---	e|---8---	e|---6---
B|---6---	B|---4---	B|---9---	B|---8---
G|---5---	G|---3---	G|---10--	G|---8---
D|---6---	D|---5---	D|---10--	D|---8---
A|---4---	A|---3---	A|---8---	A|---6---
E|---4---	E|---3---	E|---8---	E|---6---

INTRO - Strum out the progression . . .

[C#maj7    Cm7    Fm     D#     Fm] X4


VERSE 1

                          Fm  D#  Fm
Two kinds of people in this world 
			  Fm  D#  Fm
Winners; losers 
			  Fm  D#  Fm 
I lost my power in this world 
			  Fm  D#  Fm
'Cause I did not use it 


CHORUS 1

C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
So I go insane 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
Like I always do 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
And I call your name 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
She's a lot like you 


VERSE 2

                          Fm  D#  Fm
Two kinds of trouble in this world 
                          Fm  D#  Fm
Livin'; dyin' 
                          Fm  D#  Fm
I lost my power in this world
                          Fm  D#  Fm
And the rumors are flyin'


CHORUS 2

C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
So I go insane 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
Like I always do 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
And I call your name 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
She's a lot like you 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
Yes, I go insane 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
Like I always do 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
And I call your name 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
She's a lot like you 


ODD INTERLUDE - This happens immediately after the second chorus; a bunch of interesting
sound effects are applied over the basic chord progression of the song.  As in "INTRO,"
strum out . . .

[C#maj7    Cm7    Fm     D#     Fm] X4


FINAL CHORUS 

C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
So I go insane 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
Like I always do 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
And I call your name 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
She's a lot like you 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
Yes, I go insane 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
Like I always do 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
And I call your name 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
She's a lot like you 
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
She's a lot like you
C#maj7   Cm7     Fm  D#  Fm
She's a lot like you


OUTRO - This happens immediately after Lindsey's last "She's a lot like you."  Just strum
out the chord progression of "INTRO" and "INTERLUDE" over and over again, until the song
fades out.

NOTE: It sounds as if multiple guitar parts were overlayed in the recording - for
example, during "INTRO," the chord "Fm" may be heard in addition to every "Cmaj7."
The sound is delightfully "liquidy."
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Rckstr2112 10 Sep 18, 2011 06:06 PM

Sorry, i don't like it. This song is capo 4th fret. From there, you'll use Em, G, and A in relation to the capo. I guess I should just go ahead and post my own version. But remember also that Lindsey almost never uses open tunings; he loves that capo.

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Rckstr2112 10 Sep 21, 2011 09:41 AM

Correction: the song is capo 4, but forget the rest of what i said. Thanks!

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Beowolff 718 Apr 12, 2014 10:28 AM

This is a great song. Sure, I don't sound like Linsey playing it, but then I'm not trying to. Good job on this. Easy and fun to play. Thanks!

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