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Ed Is Dead chords

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Andrew (wall@newton.otago.ac.nz)

Ed Is Dead
the Pixies

Here are the chords to "Ed Is Dead" by the Pixies, from the album "Come On
Pilgrim". Any suggestions/corrections would be appreciated. Enjoy.

SONG: Ed is Dead

G                          C (for 3 strums)
Her head is in a bitter way
A              F     F#
Her brain's on fire
G                                      C (3 strums)
She's just looking for the perfect wave
A                  F    F#
It's her brain's desire

I'll think of her when I walk the strand
On this true hormos a night

Ed is dead  (4x)

She's just rotting in stupid bliss
With music on her bars uh
Her face burning in the L.A. sun
She got no got no fear of cars
I better kick my strand cruiser
To the friendlier oh oh oh oh oh oh

Ed is dead  (4x)

Ed is dead ...


Lead guitar bits are just a high G note with a little string bending.

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clayd@mts.net 10 Aug 19, 2013 04:40 PM

Shouldn't the F# be a B chord instead?

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