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The intro theme is like this:
Intro riff [2x guitar only, then 4x full band]
           [Verses start in last half of last measure]

   C7sus4           C

   C7sus4           C

                            If time were only
F            C
part of the equation
                        F                 G
Then you could draw the boundaries of our cage
    F        Em    Dm            Em
You wouldn't pile another stone upon me
    Eb^    Dm    Bb                C
And I'd be happy just to watch you age.

[But everything is]in its own dominion
And waiting in the shallows as I do
Appeases me as water slowly trickles out
Which isn't nearly fast enough for you.
F                 G               C*
  It isn't nearly fast enough for you
F                 G               Em
  It isn't nearly fast enough for you
F           Am/E  G
  It's what I was afraid of
    C            F*
  I stumble into view
         Eb    Dm     Bb              C
  But it isn't nearly fast enough for you
     Eb    Dm     Bb              C   (3x)
  It isn't nearly fast enough for you.

^can also be played as Eb/D
*consider using sus2/sus4 

Play intro theme under solo 4 times, then repeat the chorus, repeating the chorus outtro 
under the guitar solo and fade.
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slackerslasher 331 Jan 25, 2017 03:49 PM

Where you have a "Bb/D", I'm playing a Dm (either x57765 or xx0231). The Eb can be played either as Eb (x68886) or Eb/D xx0343. As in the original, the Eb/D sounds very dissonant but then resolves well into the Dm.

Maybe I'm missing something but I couldn't quite get the G/D to work. A straight G is working better for me there.

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slackerslasher 331 Jan 25, 2017 03:56 PM

When it lingers on "stumble into view", it works to dip to a F/E, then hammer-on back to the F. Also consider the "sus" hammer-on/off embellishments, like C -> Csus2 -> C after "for you". And Csus4 after "equation". Sounds good and/or is in the original.

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habalushy 948 Feb 01, 2017 11:52 PM

TBH I didn't write this, reposted from http://strangedesign.org/chords/guitar/Phish/Rift/fastenough4u.html

Thanks for the edits though, I'll definitely make the changes.

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