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Odalisque chords

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The chord I called BaddF# is a (partially) barred B major played with the F# on the high 
string (9th fret). It looks like this:

E--9-------------|
B--7-------------|
G--8-------------|
D--9-------------|
A----------------|
E----------------|

Strum that chord very slowly, accenting the F#. Watch the timing on some of the 
it can be tricky. Please rate!

"Odalisque"

D#m G# B BaddF#
They've come to find you, Odalisque

D#m G# B BaddF#
As the light dies horribly

A#m A#m D#m G#
On a fire escape you walk

A#m A#m D#m G# B BaddF#
All rare and resolved to drop

D#m G# B BaddF#

D#m G# B BaddF#
And when they find you, Odalisque

D#m G# B BaddF#
They will rend you, terribly

A#m A#m D#m G#
Stitch from stitch 'til all

A#m A#m D#m G# B BaddF#
Your linen limbs will fall

G#* G#* G#* B* C#* x2

G#* G#* G#* B* C#* / G#* G#* B B
Lazy lady had a baby girl

G#* G#* G#* B* C#* / G#* G#* G#* B* C#*
And a sweet it made

G#* G#* G#* B* C#* / G#* G#* B B
Raised on pradies, peanut shells and dirt

G#* G#* G#* B* C#* / G#* G#* G#* B* C#*
In a railroad cul-de-sac

C# D#
And what do we do with ten baby shoes

B C#m
A kit bag full of marbles and a broken billiard cue?

B
What do we do?

G#* G#* G#* B* C#* x2
What do we do?


G#* G#* G#* B* C#* / G#* G#* B B
Fifteen stitches will mend those britches right

G#* G#* G#* B* C#* / G#* G#* G#* B* C#*
And them rip them down again

G#* G#* G#* B* C#* / G#* G#* B B
Sapling switches will rend those rags alright

G#* G#* G#* B* C#* / G#* G#* G#* B* C#*
What a sweet sound it makes

C# D#
And what we do with ten dirty Jews

B C#m
A thirty-ought full of rock salt and a warm afternoon?

B
What do we do?

A#*
What do we do?

A#*
Lay your belly under mine

A#*                     B A#*
Naked under me, under me

A#*
Such a filthy dimming shine

A#*                      B                  A#*
The way you kick and scream, kick and scream

A#* A#/A* A#*

A#* A#/A* G#*  A#*

C# D#
And what do we with ten baby shoes

B C#m
A kit bag full of marbles and broken billiard cue?

B
What do we do?

G#* G#* G#* B* C#*
What do we do?

G#* G#* G#* B* C#*

G#* G#* G#* B* C#*  / G#* G#* B B
Lazy lady had a baby girl

G#m
And a sweet sound it made

            
            
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rainisaacs 56 May 31, 2017 08:12 PM

If you throw a capo on the first fret it's so easy to play. All this time I've been trying to play the other tab that has it in Drop D but this one is so much better. Good job!

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Bird_Of_Song 10 Jul 22, 2017 02:17 PM

This is pretty good, not perfect though.

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