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Two Cups Of Tea bass

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I friggin' love this band, probably more than Leftover Crack/Choking Victim, and even 
I still can't figure out exactly what this song's about, it's cool to know how to play. 
a crust chick and get her to join in. :D

Three riffs:

G|---------------------|
D|---------------------|
A|------2222------3333-|
E|-3333------0000------|

G|---------------------|
D|---------------------|
A|------2222-3333-5555-|
E|-3333----------------|

G|----------------------|
D|----------------------|
A|-7777-3333----55------|
E|-----------33----3333-|

For the harpsichord parts, play each root note twice, it's the same basic melody 
the whole song.
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maj.sixstring 10 Jul 16, 2015 10:56 AM

As far as I know this song is about how in the current age we have so may problems to (or that we should) worry about like cops and the constant poisoning of every one of us from pollution, and a lot of people seek these false worlds on tv and in general media. The tea and the friend in my mind represent a way to get away from all the false realities and problems in the world without getting mindlessly lost in the constant subliminal messaging we get from the media. And at the end when it says "And in the dawn, I'll see that you have gone And on that blood soaked bed I'll lay down my weary head And hum along, to this ****ing song" it is about both how sometimes people cant handle the problems of this word and well kill themselves and how your place of escape can seem to disappear out of nowhere. And with the last part of the song meaning that even know the place you went to for an escape can be gone you can always find another

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maj.sixstring 10 Oct 18, 2015 12:50 PM

This tab seems to be lacking, it is too short and doesn't consistently play along with the song. Maybe you should go back and do it again.

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