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This version is more in depth with the variation of chords that Dean liked to play, especially on the record and including the Unplugged. The E Minor chord is slightly modified as well, and barre chords are used more frequently in this. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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This is a fairly easy song to play, and fun too. The chords are relatively simple, but I could never play the
Em chord correctly until I listened very closely and watched Dean DeLeo play. Enjoy and I hope that you rock
to this!

The intro solo is played on a slide guitar, but if you have a slide and want to hear it out, it shouldn't be 
too difficult :D. Here are the chords:

Verse:            Chorus:           Bridge:
Em    [022030]    G    [355433]     G5    [355xxx]
C     [x32010]    A    [577655]     F5    [133xxx] 
C7    [x32310]    C    [81010988]   Asus2 [x02200]
                                    E     [022100]
Quick note: C in the chorus is a barre chord, and Asus2 is an optional chord (if you play F5 in its place it 
sounds totally fine actually, maybe even better)

Intro:
Em C C7

Verse:
Em                   C C7
Driving faster in my car.
Em                        C C7
Falling farther from just what we are.
Em                    C C7
Smoke a cigarette and lie some more,
C7
These conversations kill.
Em                   C C7
Falling faster in my car...

Chorus:
G       A
Time to take her home,
C
Her dizzy head is conscious laden.
G       A              C
Time to take a ride, it leaves today,
C
No conversation.
G
Time to take her home,
C
Her dizzy head is conscious laden.
G       A                 C
Time to wait too long, to wait too long,
C           
To wait too long.

Bridge:
G5 F5 Asus2 E

Slide Solo:
Em C C7

Verse:
Em                          C C7
Too much walking shoes worn thin.
Em                       C      C7
Too much trippin' and my soul's worn thin.
Em                        C C7
Time to catch her ride it leaves today,
C7
Her name is what it means.
Em                          C C7
Too much walking shoes worn thin...
Chorus:
G       A
Time to take her home,
C
Her dizzy head is conscious laden.
G       A              C
Time to take a ride, it leaves today,
C
No conversation.
G       A
Time to take her home,
C
Her dizzy head is conscious laden.
G       A                 C
Time to wait too long, to wait too long,
C
To wait too long.

Bridge:
G5 F5 Asus2 

E             G5 F5 Asus2 E   
Conversations kill!
E             G5 F5 Asus2 E
Conversations kill!
E             G5 F5 Asus2 E
Conversations kill!
(If you listen you can hear how the chords change)

Guitar Solo:
A 
(okay so this was really difficult but I found it out: play an A barre chord arpeggio--if you don't know what 
that means all it is, is playing each note of the chord individually--on the low E, A ,D, and G strings, and 
after playing the G string move your finger one fret up and back down)

Chorus:
G       A
Time to take her home,
C
Her dizzy head is conscious laden.
G       A               C
Time to take a ride, it leaves today,
C
No conversation.
G       A
Time to take her home,
C
Her dizzy head is conscious laden.
G       A                 C
Time to wait too long, to wait too long,
C
To wait too long.

Bridge:
G5 F5 Asus2 
E             G5 F5 Asus2 E
Conversations kill!
E             G5 F5 Asus2 E
Conversations kill!
E             G5 F5 Asus2 E (End on E)
Conversations kill!
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So that's it! I hope you enjoy, this is a great song. My chord variation may sound odd, but I can promise if
you play along you'll hear the difference. I always played it differently than this, and wondered why it
didn't seem right. I was able to adjust it thankfully. Rock on! RIP Scott Weiland.

            
            
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