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I Walk On Gilded Splinters Tab

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"I Walk On Gilded Splinters" by Paul Weller from STANLEY ROAD.
Transcription by Matt Gilroy
#---------------------------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. #
#----------------------------------------------------------------------##

Intro riff. (Riff A)
-0-0-0--|--0-0-0--|---------|-----------------|--0-------------------|
-3-2-3--|--2-0-2--|--0-0-0--|--0-0------------|--0-------------------|
--------|---------|--4-2-4--|--2-0-0---0------|--1-------------------|
--------|---------|---------|------4---4/5\4--|--2-------------------|
--------|---------|---------|-----------------|--2-------------------|
--------|---------|---------|-----------------|--0-------------------|

During the verse play an E at various parts. I use both the open E and the
E5 barre at the 7-9th frets.

For the chorus try this E7 chord
e 0
B 8
G 7
D 6
A 7
E 0

Chorus

E7                                       G
Kon Kon the kiddy kon kon walk on gilded splinters
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miggon 12 wrote on June 16 2013, 07:30 am

This song, I Walk On Gilded Splinters, is a cover; the original was written and recorded by Dr. John (Mac Rebennack) in the late 1960s.

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miggon 12 wrote on June 16 2013, 07:31 am

This song, I Walk On Gilded Splinters, is a cover; it was written and recorded by Dr. John (Mac Rebennack) in the late 1960s.

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