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Orange Crush Chords

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Artist : R.E.M.
Song : Orange Crush
Version : Chords. Acoustic version.
Tabbed by : biglice33


There is no acoustic version of this excellent song, so I've decided to put mine, which 
is very simple :


Standard tuning (Eadgbe) -


Chords :

 E(m) G   D*  B   F#

------3-------2---2-------------|
------3---3---4---2-------------|
-(1)--0---0---4---2-------------|
--2---0---4---4---4-------------|
--2---2---5---2---4-------------|
------3-----------2-------------|

*note : I think this is not exacly a « D » but I don't know the exact name of this chord...


[Verse]

E
Follow me, don't follow me
G                  D
I've got my spine, I've got my orange crush
E
Collar me, don't collar me
G                  D
I've got my spine, I've got my orange crush
E
We are agents of the free
G                 D
I've had my fun and now its time to
E
Serve your conscience overseas (over me, not over me)
G               D
Coming in fast, over me

[Chorus]

Em B F# B
Ohhhohhhh     x2

[repeat verse and chorus]


[solo part]
Harmonics :
----12-------------------|
-12-------12------7---7--|
-------12----12-----7----|   x2 -OR- E G D  played in a progressive
----------------7--------|                          way
-------------------------|
-------------------------|


[repeat verse and chorus]



Hope you'll like it !
Sorry if I did some mistakes but I'm not English : if you have any suggestion, just tell 
me ;)
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HateToWin wrote on February 8 2012, 07:58 pm

just wanted to say that the chord you have posted as D is actually a C chord

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tincanz wrote on October 2 2013, 09:38 pm

It is a "C" but up two half steps on all but the open string, making it a C->C#->D (almost).

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sheks wrote on November 23 2012, 08:48 am

an actual D seems fine to me and the Em in chorus sounds better as E. good chords though

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