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Our Town chords

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                             OUR TOWN - OSI
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Tabbed by: P. Rosales
Email: nomad_17@hotmail.com

Tuning: standard E

Nice song by Office of Strategic Influence. The guitar usually embellishes some chords; 
try to picture them for you but you need to listen to the tune carefully in order to 
when to embellish.

     G*         C9*
e|---3-----|---3-2-0---|
B|---3-----|---3-3-3---|
G|---0-----|---0-0-0---|
D|---0-----|---2-2-2---|
A|---0h2---|---3-3-3---|
E|---0h3---|-----------|

Also:

     C9
e|---3---|
B|---3---|
G|---0---|
D|---2---|
A|---3---|
E|-------|


G     C9
Okay, hey, I'm going outside,
        G                         Dsus4  D  Dsus2
you can put the plate back on the shelf.

        G                C9
And its cold, though the snow isn't falling,
    G                         Am
the neighbor can speak for himself

        G           C9
And the cold, hard, look in your eye
   G                       Dsus4  D  Dsus2
is more than a line in the sand.

        G     C9
And the truth gets hard to imagine,
    G                    A7     A7sus4
the hours get harder to stand.

[Interlude]
D - Am - D - Em - C
D - Am - D - Em - C - G
[/Interlude]

G            C9
There's a seasick terminal passenger
G                       Dsus4  D  Dsus2
singing this song to himself,

         G            C9
Till the store-bought soul on his skeleton
G                   Am
leaks into somebody else

       G      C9
He's a seesaw caught in a storm,
  G                   Dsus4  D  Dsus2
a hurricane after the war.

        G      C9
When he drinks all the blood you can offer,
   G           A7    A7sus4  D
he still wants more.

        Am                 D
Lemon plains, and rumbling trains,
                Em            C      D
Are shaking the ground in our town again
           Am                     D
Thought it twice, and kicking the ice,
             Em            C           G
I got myself turned back around, singing.

Everything's gonna be fine, sure that we'll both be

      C9
Okay, hey, I'm backing outside,
         G                         Dsus4  D  Dsus2
now just put the plate back on the shelf.

        G                C9
And its cold, though the snow isn't falling,
    G                        Am
the temperature speaks for itself.

      G       C9
Its a moonlit reason to quit,
    G                  Dsus4  D  Dsus2
and nobody answers the phone

              G     C9
So if there's still blood left in your body
     G    Am   G
I'll come back home.

            
            
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justabaldguy 72 Feb 01, 2016 01:11 PM

Not sure all the chords are correct, but this is a solid version. Thank you for your efforts. Beautiful song, glad to have some chords to work with on this one.

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dirkk0 10 Jul 26, 2016 07:21 AM

There are three D's missing at the end of 'speaks for itself' etc, and the a minor at the very end should be a D. Other than that it looks good to me.

Here's my rendition:
https://soundcloud.com/dirk-krause/our-town-1

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