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                         YOU AND WHOSE ARMY? - Radiohead
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Tabbed by: Robert (a.k.a. Bach)
Email: sleepeejack@gmail.com

Great song, aye?  The other chord sheet for this was good, but a little incomplete.  
this will help!

(All chords are barred except E, C#m/B and C#m/A#)


[Verse]

D#m     G#   C#m     F#
  Come on      come on

Bm      E        A        C#m
   You think you drive me crazy? well,

D#m     G#   C#m     F#
  Come on      come on...

Bm      E     A   C#m
  You and whose army?

E     A       (*) C#m
  You and your cronies.

D#m     G#  C#m    F#
  Come on    come on

Bm     E      A   C#m
  Holy Roman Empire

D#m     G#         C#m     F#           Bm
  Come on if you think, come on if you think

E         A         C#m
  You can take us on

E         A         C#m
  You can take us on

D#m7  G#  D#m7 G# (**)


[Bridge]

C#m     C#m/B     C#m/A#  (F# bass) (***)
  You and whose army?

D#m7  G#  D#m7 G#


C#m     C#m/B     C#m/A#  (F# bass)
 You and your cronies

D#m7  G#  D#m7 G#

C#m      E       F#  C#(major)
  You forget so easy


[Outro]

C#m     E     F#  C#
  We ride tonight

C#m     E     F#  C#
  We ride tonight

C#m   E  F#  C#
Ghost horses

C#m   E  F#  C#
Ghost horses


[Ending] 

C# major

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(*) Because you've been barring the A chord, the little lick here should be a piece of cake:
   (A)   (C#m)
e|-(5)-----4-|
B|-(5)-5---5-|
G|-(6)--6--6-|
D|-(7)---7-6-|
A|-(7)-----4-|
E|-(5)-----4-|

(**) Don't play the 1st (e) string for these chords.  I may be hearing them wrong, but 
sounds like you'll get an incorrect voicing if you play all the strings indiscriminately here.

(***) There isn't really a pretty way to play these chords if you're doing this all by 
lonesome. If you can get a friend to play the bass notes (C#, B, A#) for you while you 
the C#m chord, more power to you, but here are some chord approximations for the rest of us:

C#m/B

E-x
B-5
G-6
D-6
A-x
E-7

C#m/A#

E-x
B-5
G-6
D-6
A-x
E-6 

            
            
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Bumcivilian 237 May 27, 2008 04:34 AM

I find a good way to play the C#m/B C#m/A# chords is to use your thumb for the bass and 1st, 2nd and 3rd fingers for the treble part of the chord.

Good tab.

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PazzaP 206 Jul 14, 2008 02:19 PM

Great tab.

Small correction: on the "you forget so easy" line, it should be a C#m, NOT major, and then it switches to a major, not a minor. After that it's reversed though! (Hope that makes sense...)

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przemator 21 Aug 03, 2010 03:06 AM

Perfect! I've been playing it transposed with a capo on 4. very easy chords there.

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