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Artist: Gaslight Anthem
Song: '59 Sound
Album: '59 Sound

tabbed by: Eric Lambrecht
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Notes: Capo 1st fret

This chords should fit the song the most,
if you want to correct, comment..

    A     D*   F#m    E    C#m     D5
e:-----|-(0)-|-----|-----|------|-----|--
b:--2--|--2--|--2--|--0--|-(5)--|--3--|--
G:--2--|--2--|--2--|--1--|--6---|--2--|--
D:--2--|--0--|--4--|--2--|--6---|--0--|--
A:--0--|--0--|--4--|--2--|--4---|-----|--
E:-----|-----|-----|--0--|------|-----|--

(I named it D*, cause it's actually not D, but Dmaj7sus2)

Intro:
A    D*   F#m E D* (2x)
 
        F#m                             C#m       
Well, I wonder which song they're gonna play when we go.
            F#m                                        D*
I hope it's something quiet and minor and peaceful and slow.
        F#m                                C#m
When we float out into the ether, into the Everlasting Arms,
          F#m                                     D*
I hope we don't hear Marley's chains we forged in life.
 
           F#m           D5              A          E   
 'Cause the chains I been hearing now for most of my life,
           F#m           D5              A          E   
        The chains I been hearing now for most of my life.

                 A                           D*
Did you hear the '59 Sound coming through on grandmother's radio?
                 F#m             E                 D*
Did you hear the rattling chains   in the hospital walls?
                 A                                  D*
Did you hear the old gospel choir when they came to carry you over?
                  F#m           E          D*
Did you hear your favorite song   one last time?

      F#m                             C#m
And I wonder were you scared when the metal hit the glass?
           F#m                                                     D*
See, I was playing a show down the road when your spirit left your body.
         F#m                            C#m
And they told me on the front lawn. I'm sorry I couldn't go,
      F#m                                                    D*
But I still know the song and the words and her name and the reasons.

          F#m            D5               A         E
    And I know 'cause we were kids and we   used to hang
          F#m            D5               A         E
        I know 'cause we were kids and we   used to hang

                 A                           D*
Did you hear the '59 Sound coming through on grandmother's radio?
                 F#m             E                 D*
Did you hear the rattling chains   in the hospital walls?
                 A                                  D*
Did you hear the old gospel choir when they came to carry you over?
                  F#m           E          D*
Did you hear your favorite song   one last time?

Tab1:
   F#m     D5      A     E
e:---------------------------------|
b:---------------------------------|
G:---------------------------------|
D:---------------------------------|
A:-4-4-4-4-5-5-5-5-4-4-4-2-2-2-2-2-|
E:-2-2-2-2-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-0-0-0-0-0-|

      F#m[Tab1] D5 A  E       F#m    D5 A  E
Young boys,             young girls,
      F#m    D5 A  E        F#m    D5 A  E
Young boys,           young girls,
      F#m    D5 A  E        F#m    D5 A  E
Young boys,           young girls,
      F#m    D5 A  E        F#m    D5 A  E
Young boys,           young girls,

F#m               D5       A        E       
Ain't supposed to die on a Saturday night,
F#m               D5       A        E   
Ain't supposed to die on a Saturday night,
F#m               D5       A        E   
Ain't supposed to die on a Saturday night,
F#m               D5       A        E   
Ain't supposed to die on a Saturday night,

                 A                           D*
Did you hear the '59 Sound coming through on grandmother's radio?
                 F#m             E                 D*
Did you hear the rattling chains   in the hospital walls?
                 A                                  D*
Did you hear the old gospel choir when they came to carry you over?
                  F#m           E          D*
Did you hear your favorite song   one last time?

      F#m  D5 A E        F#m   D5 A E
Young boys,        young girls,
      F#m  D5 A E        F#m   D5 A E
Young boys,        young girls.

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eric.lambrecht 1,993 Jul 19, 2010 07:22 AM

Sorry, actually F# and C# were "f#" and "c#" because these are minor chords of course.

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ixcamdentown 93 Mar 03, 2012 01:41 PM

^ i was gonna say, with f#m's it's perfect :)

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curiouscherry 190 Aug 30, 2012 12:38 PM

As with lots of their other songs - its actually tuned down a whole step (no capo) and played in 1st position chords i.e C Fmaj7 etc
which you can see from the below
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9CiKwenhrg

but these are i guess the rightish chords

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