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Ryan Adams
Easy Tiger
Oh My God Whatever etc. (Album Version)

lyrics from answeringebell.com

---No Capo---


Chords:

   E   C#/A?  G#*  F#*  F#  
 B*  A  G#   F#  G#2
e  0     x     x    x   0   4    2   0  4    2    x
b  0    (0)   (0)   x   0   5    2   2  4    2    x
g  1     4    (4)   2   2   6    4   2  4    2    2
D  2     2     2    2   2   6    4   2  4    2    2
A  2     4     x    0   0   4    2   0  6    4    2
E  0     x     4    2   2   x   (2)  x  4    2    4


just sometimes at the end of the verse chords

e-----------------------|
b-----------------------|
g-----------------------|
D-----------------------|
A--------------E--------|
E---F#--4-2-0-----------|


Slide : F# > G# > F#   E


Intro:

E  C#/A?  G#*  F#* x 2


E           C#/A?          G#*  F#*         
E
Something's beating on the wall on the other side
         C#/A?
Strange lovers moan
G#*                   F#*
Each other's names on by our sheets
E       C#/A? >(3 times)
For the very first time
E              G#2
One of them's James
E                G#2     E            G#2 
                   E   > (Slide)
The other's some name he changes every time she lies across his bed


     G#                F#       E
The light of the moon leads the way

Towards the morning
        G#                  F#      E
And the sun, the sun's well on its way too soon to know
      C#m  B    A              E
and.. oh   my  god, whatever, etc.


E C#/A? G#* F#* x 2


E              C#/A?       G#*         F#*
If I could I'd fold myself away like a card table
  E               C#/A?       G#*
A concertina or a Murphy bed
   F#*               E         C#/A?      
>(3 times)
I would but I wasn't made that way so you know instead
    E         G#2          E         G#2     E
I'm open all night and the customers come to stay
    G#2          E    G#2            F#
And everybody tips but not enough to knock me over
F# >(3 times) E
I'm so tired
      >G#     F#  E
I just worked two shifts


     G#                F#       E
The light of the moon leads the way

Towards the morning
        G#                  F#      E
And the sun, the sun's well on its way too soon to know
     C#m    B    A       (sorta of A ,B step)
and  oh,oh  my  god,
     C#m  B    A              E
...  oh   my  god, whatever, etc.


E C#/A? G#* F#* x 3


Piano Solo at the End:

e--------------------------------------|
b--10-9--10-9--10-9--------------------|
g------9-----9-----9--11--11>13>11>9---|
D--------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------|


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auseklis 73 Dec 25, 2008 06:48 PM

This is a pretty accurate tab, but the chord names aren't correct... Use the fingerings provided, but the actual chord names (in case you care) are:

E =E B* =Bsus2(/F#)
C#/A?=C#m7 (absent 5th) A =A
G#* =E/G# G# =G#m7
F#* =F#m7 (absent 5th) F# =F#m7
F# =F#m7add11 G#2=Esus4/G#
C#m =C#m (not labeled at top)

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auseklis 73 Dec 25, 2008 06:51 PM

Oops, formatted weird. Try that again:

E =E
B* =Bsus2(/F#)
C#/A?=C#m7 (absent 5th)
A =A
G#* =E/G#
G# =G#m7
F#* =F#m7 (absent 5th)
F# =F#m7
F# =F#m7add11
G#2 =Esus4/G#
C#m =C#m (not labeled at top)

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auseklis 73 May 05, 2009 10:44 PM

Well actually, most of the chords in this song are actually variations on the E major chord to make it sound more interesting. Really the only chords in this song are E, A, B, and C#m, with varying bass notes and a few added 6ths and such to jazz up the sound.

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