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Suedehead chords

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Intro:

//A      Bm      G      D //     2 times


E                    D
         Why do you come here?

     E                   D
And why-y-y, why do you hang around?



F#m    E      D
I'm    so    sorry

E           F#m    E      D
Iaaaaaii    I'm    so    so-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh



A              Bm                   G                    D
    Why do you come here, when you know it makes things hard for me?

          A        Bm         G       D
When you know, oh why do you come?



E                 D
      Why do you telephone?
      E               D
And why-y-y, send me silly notes?




F#m    E      D
I'm    so    sorry

E           F#m    E      D
Iaaaaaii    I'm    so    so-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh




A              Bm                   G                    D
    Why do you come here, when you know it makes things hard for me?

          A        Bm         G       D
When you know, oh why do you come?



G       F#m      G        D



E                          D
       You have to sneak into my room, just to read my diary

          E
It was a justicy, justicy 

                                       D
all the things you knew I'd written about you


Oh so many illustrations oh but


F#m    E        D        E  F#m  E            D
I'm    so very sickened, I, I am so sickened now



          A             Bm
It was a good lay, good lay,

          G              D
It was a good lay, good lay,

          A              Bm       G
It was a good lay, good lay, oh oh


(Repeat till fade)

            
            
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phlikone 841 Oct 22, 2005 11:11 PM

I just downloaded a live video and for a short time they show the guy playing acoustic...this looks pretty much like what he was playing. Good tab!

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AstroZombie777 72 Aug 28, 2010 07:41 PM

For anyone whos wondering, the intro is the G chords strumed over and over again as a Fade in, but played as close to the Bridge as possible.

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whitherbottom 454 Aug 18, 2013 04:48 PM

I believe this is the opening fade-in chord, a version of an A chord. It sounds more correct than a G
e -3-
b -3-
g -2-
d -2-
a -0-
e -x-

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