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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: "Oscar" 
Subject: o/ocean_colour_scene/youve_got_it_bad.crd
Date: Wed, 8 Apr 1998 20:36:50 +0200

Author : James Gauld (RobRoy1418@aol.com)
Date   : 1:07 PM on 6/28/96
Song   : 'You've got it Bad' - (OCS)
Source : 'Moseley Shoals' album
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You've Got It Bad - OCS
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Chord tab:
          F*     = XXX565     Eb = X6888X     { FOR AN ELECTRIC GUITAR }
          Fsus4  = XXX566                     {Eb*    = XX888X   '+'=10}
          Eb*    = XXX343                     {F*     = XX+++X   '^'=12}
          Ebsus4 = XXX344                     {Ebsus4 = XX+89X   '!'=11}
          F      = 133211                     {Fsus4  = XX^+!X         }
Intro riff:
        F*                   Eb*
        |                    |
   E-|--5_6--5------------|--3_4--3-----------------|-     {The '5_6' and '3_4' are
   B-|---------6----------|---------4_____----------|-      'hammered on' notes, and
   G-|-----------5-3-2-3--|-------------------------|-      the last note played on
   D-|--------------------|-------------------------|-      the 4th fret is just
   A-|--------------------|-------------------------|-      held on for a while}
   E-|--------------------|-------------------------|
   The two chords in all the verses are played as follows...
        F*      Fsus4    Eb*     Ebsus4
        |       |        |       |
   E-|--5-5---5-6-5---|--3-3---3-4-3---------------|-          {This was worked out on
   B-|--6-6---6-6-6---|--4-4---4-4-4---------------|-           an acoustic guitar, but
   G-|--5-5---5-5-5---|--3-3---3-3-3---------------|-           on an electric the
   D-|----------------|----------------------------|-           equivalent barred chords
   A-|----------------|----------------------------|-           would be played}
   E-|----------------|----------------------------|

Verse 1:
F*                 Eb*
    And if I could hold you,
                  F*
Where would you belong.
                Eb*
Sitting here to reason,
                     F*
Now the world's gone wrong.
               Eb*
And if I could listen,
                      F*
To half the words you say,
                   Eb
Would your pathway glisten,
                     F
And help you on your way________.

Chorus:
              Eb
Oh you got it bad,
                            F
But you never should expect cover,
               Eb
Boy you got it so bad,
               F       Eb
Worse than any other________.

Verse 2:
If I was in your shoes,
Would it be the same?
Would you sit in silence,
While I dish out the blame?
But if the world was laughing,
Would you close your ears?
There is no creed or chancing,
To make the world more clear________.
   [chorus]
   [twiddly guitar bit - just play the F*/Eb* along
    with their 'sus4' chords pretty quickly.]

Verse 3:
If I brought you flowers,
Would you watch them grow?
Springtime is for certain,
To follow on the snow.
And if I could hold you,
Where would you belong,
Sitting here to reason,
Now the world's gone wrong________.
   [chorus]
   [intro riff (x3)]
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