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Sick And Tired tab

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The Cardigans - Sick And Tired

Capo on 2nd Fret

Chords:
        
  Em Em* Em~ B7 Cmaj7  F#  Am7 D Gmaj7      
  Dm Dm* Dm~ A7 Bbmaj7 E   Gm7 C Fmaj7 (to Capo 2nd Fret)
e|-1--5--5----0---1----0---3---0---0--|
B|-2--6--5----2---3----0---3---1---1--|
G|-3--7--5----0---2----1---3---0---2--|
D|-0--7--5----2---3----2---3---2---3--|
A|-x--5--5----0---1----2---5---3---3--|
E|-x--x--x----x---x----0---3---x--(1)-|

Fill:                      
Dm* Dm* Dm~Dm* Dm~Dm*   

Intro:
Dm A7 Dm Bbmaj7 E A7 (to Capo)
e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|6--6-6--5------------------------------------------------------5---|
G|-----------7--6-7----------------------------6--------6--6--7------|
D|-------------------7--5--------------6h7--7-----7--7---------------| X 2
A|-------------------------8--8--7--7--------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------| 


Verse 1:

Dm       A7        Dm    Bbmaj7
Sick and Tired and homeless.
     E              A7
With no-one here to sing for.
Dm       A7     Dm    Bbmaj7
Tired of being weightless.
    E              A7       
For always looking good boys. 


Chorus: 

Gm7       C             Fmaj7         /Dm* Dm~ Dm*/
  You can always say my attic has its charm.
Gm7       C              Fmaj7        /Dm* Dm~ Dm*/
  You can always say you did no major harm.
Gm7       C               A7             Dm    C
  You can always say that Summer has its charm.
             Fmaj7        Bbmaj7 
And that you did no major harm.
Gm7  C               Fmaj7  A7
  Oh spare me if you please. 


Verse 2:

Dm       A7        Dm     Bbmaj7
Sick and tired and sleepless,
     E              A7
With no-one else to shine for.
Dm      A7     Dm     Bbmaj7
Sick of all my distress,
    E               A7         /Fill/
But I will show I'm still poor. 

Chorus

Gm7       C             Fmaj7         /Dm* Dm~ Dm*/
  You can always say my attic has its charm.
Gm7       C              Fmaj7        /Dm* Dm~ Dm*/
  You can always say you did no major harm.
Gm7       C               A7             Dm    C
  You can always say that Summer has its charm.
             Fmaj7        Bbmaj7 
And that you did no major harm.
Gm7  C               Fmaj7  A7
  Oh spare me if you please.


Repeat Intro + Fill 

Gm7       C             Fmaj7         /Dm* Dm~ Dm*/
  You can always say my attic has its charm.
Gm7       C              Fmaj7        /Dm* Dm~ Dm*/
  You can always say you did no major harm.
Gm7       C               A7             Dm   C
  You can always say that Summer has its charm.
             Fmaj7        Bbmaj7
And that you did no major harm.
C         Gm7 
  You can always say that.
C        Gm7 
 You can always say that.
C    Fmaj7           A7
  Oh spare me if you please. /Fill/


Solo: (to Capo)

Gm7 C Fmaj7 /Fill/
e|------------------------------------------8--5--6------5-----------------------|
B|---------------------6--5h6p5-------------5--------8------6--8--5--5h6p5-------|
G|---------------5---------------5-----5h7--5--------------------------------5---|
D|-----0h3--5/7-----7---------------7--------------------------------------------|
A|0h3----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------| Gm7 C Fmaj7 /Fill/
e|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------6p5-----6p5-----6p5------------------6p5-----6p5------------|
G|------5-------5----------5-------5------------5-------5-------5------------5----|
D|-5h7-----5/7-----7-----------------------5h7-----5/7------------------5h7-----7-|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Gm5             C
Symptoms are so deep.
Fmaj7               /Dm* Dm~ Dm*/
Something here's so wrong.
Gm5        C
Nothing is complete.
Fmaj7        /Dm* Dm~ Dm*/
Nowhere to belong.
Gm5             C
Symptoms are so deep,
Fmaj7                             /Fill/
I think I'd better stay here on my own.
Gm5   C               Fmaj7 A7   -End on Fill-
  Oh spare me if you please.   
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FrankStar 41 May 31, 2008 03:32 AM

Awsome tab, that's all right I reckon. Great song to play as well, though I heven't quite figured out the rythmth part at the end of the chorus part --> Dm* Dm~ Dm*/

help thre would be appreciated!

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