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Strumming
There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Note: based on a many live performances from BJM last USA tour this year. This song is so hard to complete 
in 100% right way, because for this you need three guitars and a lot of effects and play technique. But with
this guide you can free play this song for yourself. Its fun.

Note #2: tune your guitar into open C. 

Note #3: words on album version and live performances its different someplace, but its ok. "Its a conceptual 
art" (c) Anton Newcombe. 

Note #4: i think Anton and Ryan playing same parts in this song, besides Anton doing solo parties sometime. 
You will see this rhythm part and a bit of solo in this guide. Other guitarist, Ricky Maymi, is playing A, D 
chords with capo on 4th fret in default tuning with six string guitar (actually all guitars in this song is
six string).

Play this C/F chord like this (hold it with your big finger, if you can): 
e|-0-|
C|-0-|
G|-0-|
C|-5-|
G|-5-|
C|-5-|

N.C. means you should play all strings open.

[Intro]

N.C. - C/F - x4
Then solo (it's very hard to emulate like its Anton doing, but heres a bit of it):
e|--------------------------------------------------------|
C|--------------------------------------------------------|
G|--10-9-7-5-3-5-3----------------------------------------|
C|--------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------------------|
C|--------------------------------------------------------|

So its repeating many times in all solos in this song. Just try jam with it and you get right way. 


[Verse]

N.C.          C/F                 N.C.       C/F      N.C.
I've got this feeling when you're smiling
N.C.         C/F                    N.C.      C/F     N.C.
It's not the same thing when you're crying 
N.C.      C/F                N.C.         C/F           N.C.
Enjoy too well, I got it, don't think too much about it
N.C.      C/F       N.C.      C/F       N.C.
I love to see you when you're smiling

[Solo part]


[Verse]

N.C.              C/F          N.C.     C/F    N.C.
It's not too much after you be free 
N.C.            C/F             N.C.    C/F      N.C.   
There's so much more for you to see 
N.C.      C/F          N.C.              C/F         N.C.
Enjoy too well about it, don't think too much about it
N.C.      C/F                N.C.        C/F     N.C.
I love to see you when you're smiling

[Solo part]


[Verse]

N.C.         C/F               N.C.      C/F     N.C.
It's not too much after you be free 
N.C.            C/F             N.C.    C/F     N.C.   
There's so much more for you to see 
N.C.
I see


[Solo part]

Other guitars just keep repeating open strings and 5-fret-thing.
Song ends on all strings open.

            
            
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