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Myriad Harbour Tab

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Pretty simple song, but none of the verses or choruses are quite the same,
and there's a half phrase in the middle, so be careful.  You can throw a
low open e as you switch between G and C chords in the first part of the
verses.


Intro: G C x2

 G               C
-------------------------------3------|
---------------4-5-5-5-4-5-4-5--------|
-4-4-4-3-4-4-4------------------------|  x2
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--------------------------------------|

G
  I took a plane, I took a train
        C                               G         C
Ah, who cares, you always end up in the city
G
  I said to Carl, look up for once 
   C                             G            C
see  just how the sun sets in the  sky
G
  I said to John, do you think the girls here
C                           G
Ever wonder how they got so pretty
      Em
Well, I do
     Am                  C       x3
Look out upon the myriad harbour x3

G C x2

G
  All the boys with their homemade microphones
C                  G                 C
  have very interesting sound
        G                                       C
All the girls falling to ruin dropping out of school,
                                     G            C
breaking Daddy's heart just to hang around
  G                            C
I walked into the local record store and asked for
    G               C
An American music anthology
          Em
It sounds fun.   They tore my skirt.
Am                                C
    Stuck it on the walls at P.S. 1

 C                 G               C           G
-----------------------------------------------------|
-8-8-8-8-8-5---5---3-3-3-3-3-------------------------|
-------------7---------------5-4-4-5---------4-4~----| x3
-------------------------------------5-----5---------|
-----------------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------------|

(Next comes half the solo)

 C                 G                 
-------------------------------------|
-8-8-8-8-8-5---5---3-3-3-3-3---------|
-------------7---------------5-4-4---|
-------------------------------------|
-------------------------------------|
-------------------------------------|

(Stay on G; chord pattern reverses)

G C x2

 G               C
-------------------------------3------|
---------------4-5-5-5-4-5-4-5--------|
-4-4-4-3-4-4-4------------------------|  x2
--------------------------------------|
--------------------------------------|
--------------------------------------|

G
 I took a plane, I took a train
        C                               G             C
Ah, who cares, you always end up in the city
     G
Stranded at Bleecker and Broadway
C                                     G            C
Looking for something to do
        G
Someone somewhere asked me, is there
               C
Anything in particular I can help you with
      G                       C
All I ever wanted help with was you
     Am                          x4
Look out upon the myriad harbour x4
     Am                     C
ooooouuuuurrrr        oh ah ah

C                 G               C           G
-----------------------------------------------------|
-8-8-8-8-8-5---5---3-3-3-3-3-------------------------|
-------------7---------------5-4-4-5---------4-4~----| repeat
-------------------------------------5-----5---------|
-----------------------------------------------------|
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