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Indifferences Lay Waiting ukulele

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Indifferences Lay Waiting
By: Sherman Downey
Band Website: http://www.myspace.com/shurmann 
Tabbed by: Devin Pittman



This is played with Standard tuning
Capo on the 4th fret.

    These are the chords that are played throghout the song
    He tends to use lots of pull offs or hammer ons to spice these up
    so feel free to add your own touches to these chords to give
    some variety.  Enjoy

    
   
      [C]      [Fdim7]    [Am]      [G?]      [F]       [E]     
 E|- - 0 - -|- - 0 - -|- - 0 - -|- - 0 - -|- - 1 - -|- - 0 - -|            
 B|- - 1 - -|- - 1 - -|- - 1 - -|- - 1 - -|- - 1 - -|- - 0 - -|
 G|- - 0 - -|- - 2 - -|- - 2 - -|- - 0 - -|- - 2 - -|- - 1 - -|
 D|- - 2 - -|- - 3 - -|- - 2 - -|- - 0 - -|- - 3 - -|- - 2 - -| 
 A|- - 3 - -|- - 3 - -|- - - - -|- - 2 - -|- - 3 - -|- - 2 - -|  
 E|- - - - -|- - - - -|- - - - -|- - 3 - -|- - 1 - -|- - 0 - -|  

    [E7]       [Em6]
 E|- - 0 - -|- - 0 - - 
 B|- - 3 - -|- - 1 - -  
 G|- - 1 - -|- - 0 - -  
 D|- - 2 - -|- - 2 - -     (P.s   the chord names might be a lil off, but 
 A|- - 2 - -|- - 2 - -      they are 100% correct fretting)
 E|- - - - -|- - 0 - -     





Intro is same as Opening verse    play the chord pattern of 
[C] [Fdim7] [Am] [G?]   2 times



      [C]                          [Fdim7]
There are shaving can rust rings
  [Am]               [G?]
on the sink again 
    [C]                         [Fdim7]   [Am]          [G?]
You catch your eye and raise the razor to your face
   [C]          
In the mirror----
  [Fdim7]       [Am]                  [G?]
the dawn of a new day breaks again
[C]                       [Fdim7]
Scrape against the grain and ready for
  [Am]              [G?]
its cold embrace


              [F]
And you can say, "No" with a glare with a
 [E]
"Hey, I don't care"
       [Am]                 [E7]
as you're fixing your tie
      [F]
On the suit thatyou bought
    [E]
in the liquidation store
    [Am]                  [E7]
for three sixty-five


           [C]
But you can never take back all the
               [Fdim7] 
hours, minutes, seconds you've
       [Am]                [G?]
punched in with a fist
        [C]
or all the times you've said, "Hi"  
                  [Fdim7]
through a sandpaper smile
            [Am]                [G?]
you've tried hard to enlist


             [F]           [E]
Yet you can say, "Please..." 
                [Am]               [E7]
and mean it with all your heart
            [F]         [E]
You can say, "Please..." 
             [Am]                    [E7]
and mean it with all your heart
      [F]
And as another day folds 
        [E]
and gets old at the seams
      [Am]                   [E7]
you consider yourself 
     [F]
In the light of the fridge  
         [E]
you give just one more inch 
          [Am]                  [E7]
and bring down from the shelf
  [F]
a drink that will settle 
   [E]
the thoughts that tend to meddle
     [Am]                        [E7]
in the dreams you once shared
     [F]
with boyhood companions
      [E]
who've withered as well
        [Am]                   [E7]
in their lazy boy chairs

    
    [Whisling]
(Played same as Intro)


  [C] [Em6] [C]     [G?]
A few years back he tore
  [F]
a map from the wall
    [C]   [Em6]  [C] 
And stared at the thumbtacks
[G?] [F]
left behind
         [C]  [Em6]     [C] 
Planned a trip along the edges 
[G?]     [F]
where the paper gave away
          [C]    [Em6]
To all the places with the
[C]       [G?]  [F]
names he'd never find




  
For the outro he palms that last [F] chord for 4 bars at 8 notes per bar 

Then he strums  a pattern of [F]  [E]  [Am]  [E7]  with quick tempo

This is repeated about 4 times or so  and remember he uses hammer-ons and pull 
offs to create variations




Hope enjoy this song as much as i do
Any comments, write me at devin_pittman04@hotmail.com

Cheers,  
       Devo

            
            
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