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I Wouldnt Believe Your Radio chords

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                I WOULDN'T BELIEVE YOUR WIRELESS RADIO
                --------------------------------------

                        Aadd9 (5 7 7 6 0 0)
                        Cadd9 (8 10 10 9 0 0)
                        Gadd9 (3 5 5 4 0 0)
                            D (x x 0 2 3 2)
                            C (x 3 2 0 1 0)
                            G (3 2 0 0 3 3)
                           G5 (3 x 0 0 3 3)
                         G/F# (2 x 0 0 3 3)
                          G/E (0 x 0 0 3 3)
                           G* (3 5 5 4 3 3)
                           Em (0 2 2 0 0 0)
                            A (x 0 2 2 2 0)



INTRO:		one, two, one, two, three, four...

		| Aadd9          | Cadd9    Gadd9 |
		
		| Aadd9          | Cadd9    Gadd9 |



		Aadd9                 Cadd9        Gadd9
VERSE 1:	 travelling through a tunnel under sea
		Aadd9
		 you never know if it cracks in half
		       Cadd9            Gadd9
		you're never ever gonna see me


		D                    C          G   G  G5  G/F#  G/E
BRIDGE 1:	 but you can have it all if you like
		D                C          G*
		 you can have it all if you like
		 
		and you can pay for it the rest of your


		Aadd9              C    G*
CHORUS 1:	 li  - i - i - i - ife
		Aadd9              C    G*
		 li  - i - i - i - ife


		Aadd9                    Cadd9        Gadd9
VERSE 2:	 i wouldn't believe your wireless radio
		Aadd9        
		 if i had myself a flying giraffe
		      Cadd9                    Gadd9
		you'd have one in a box with a window



		D                    C          G   G  G5  G/F#  G/E
BRIDGE 2:	 but you can have it all if you like
		D                C          G*
		 you can have it all if you like
		 
		and you can pay for it the rest of your


		Aadd9              C    G*
CHORUS 2:	 li  - i - i - i - ife
		Aadd9              C    G*
		 li  - i - i - i - ife



SOLO:		| D                | C                |
		
		| G                | G  G5  G/F#  G/E |

		| D                | C                |
		
		| G                | G                |


		Em           A                Em
MIDDLE:		 life in the summer's on it's back
		               A                     Em
		you'd have to agree that, that's the crack
		                 A                   G
		so take what you want i'm not coming back



		D                   C          G   G  G5  G/F#  G/E 
BRIDGE 3:	 so you can have it all if you like
		D                C          G   G  G5  G/F#  G/E
		 you can have it all if you like
		D                C          G   G  G5  G/F#  G/E
		 you can have it all if you like
		D                C          G*
		 you can have it all if you like
		
		and you can pay fir it the rest of your


		Aadd9              C    G*
CHORUS 3:	 li  - i - i - i - ife
		Aadd9              C    G*
		 li  - i - i - i - ife
		Aadd9              C    G*
		 li  - i - i - i - ife
		Aadd9      C    G*
		 li  - i - ife

		| Aadd9  | Aadd9  | Aadd9  |

		| Aadd9  | Aadd9  ||

            
            
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threadders 10 Jan 09, 2007 09:45 AM

I like this tab. It is much better to use a series of barre chords during the Aadd9 - Cmaj7 - G6 sequence as this tab demonstrates.

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108108108 32 Mar 06, 2010 11:39 AM

I use the full standard bar chords instead of add9?
also in the very last bit there is a slide from G to A, you will hear it easily if you listen for it.

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M4RK3H 10 Aug 27, 2010 06:02 AM

Great, Nice and easy with chords,
Can't get the G series of chords atm.

Still,
Great!

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