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Bed Of Nails chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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Date: Mon, 05 Feb 1996 16:37:46 -0500 (EST)
From: "Double-Oh Cherry. . .Kevin Cherry" <00CHERRY@CUA.EDU>
Subject: Bed of Nails by Alice Cooper (CRD)

Bed of Nails . . Alice Cooper . . . off the TRASH album.

by Kevin Cherry (00cherry@cua.edu)

POWER CHORDS ALL)
The intro is a minor chorded pattern played mostly by the organ; the vocals are
The drum roll starts. . . .

Intro:
B-B-B-A-G-G-B-B
Verse:
B	     D	   B
Yeah we're gonna fight
B	     D	   B
We do it every night
A	     C        A
Baby when you scratch
B	     D	    B
You know I'm gonna bite
B	     D	    B
You can make me die
B	     D	    B
I can make you cry
A	C     A	    B	      D	    B
Opposites attract, that's the reason why

Bridge:
E	F#	    G            A	       B
No one else could make you feel like I do, I do, I do
E	F#	      G         A              B	
No one ever gets as deep inside you as I do, baby

Chorus:
B    G          A         B
Our love is a bed of nails
G	    B	       A
Love hurts good on a bed of nails
B      G                    A	              B
I'll lay you down and when all else fails
A
I'll drive you like a hammer on a bed of nails
(Play intro riff again)

(Repeat intro riff during solo and ending)

Keep on rocking till school's out forever. . .


            
            
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TTTommy 96 Apr 15, 2002 08:00 PM

It works,but what about the solo...

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TTTommy 96 Apr 15, 2002 08:00 PM

It works,but what about the solo...

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timi.charles.7 39 Jul 23, 2014 09:16 PM, edited on July 24 2014, 07:37 pm

Most of these chords are set up for Rhythm guitar and that's why you're pretty hard pressed to find a lot of the lead solos on this site. I also feel the need to say this and it's not to flame anyone. I get so sick and tired of hearing the musical Inter called a solo.

IT"S NOT CALLED A SOLO UNLESS THERE IS ONLY ONE INSTRUMENT OR YOU ARE HEARING ONLY ONE VOICE A CAPELLO OR A CAPELLA (this depends on whether you are a male or a female. A Capello is for a male and A Capella is for the female) IT"S CALLED A MUSICAL INTERLUDE IF THE DRUMS AND THE RHYTHM GUITAR ETC. ARE PLAYING WITHOUT THE VOCALIST PARTICIPATING IN THE CENTER OF THE SONG! AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SONG IT"S CALLED THE INTRO! WHICH I"M VERY SURE, BUT JUST IN CASE I"LL SAY IT, EVERYBODY KNOWS IS SHORT FOR INTRODUCTION!

I learned this by studying music from elementary school up and through high school. I should have taken a music major in college but I didn't.

The capitalized portion of my message is not meant to flame anybody. It's actually meant to make the important part of this message stand out.

I'm very lucky and very blessed when it comes to music. There is nothing I can't play by ear so when I want to take a short cut and come to this site for a song I've never played but want to learn I can find a missing chord instantly while I'm playing the song.

The only instrument I was taught to play was the clarinet and I could play the sax. after that because the sax is the same fingering on chords. It's just got a much thicker reed and you have to use your diaphragm a lot more to get the sound out of the sax.

I can play anything by ear on the guitar and on piano or keyboard. I have a great sense of rhythm so I can also play the drums. I was blessed with a great vocal range so when I audition for a band I nearly ALWAYS get the part.

The only time I haven't landed the part is if the guys in the band want only guys in the band because they have some screwed up opinion about women being their front man or they believe women cause problems and split up the band and those other old wive's tales which aren't true. You can see that when you look at groups like Heart, Pat Benatar and even the Indigo Girls! There are a ton of great bands with women as the front person.

What usually gets me hired is this: Would you rather split your gig money with a person who can only sing. Or would you rather have a smaller band and split your money with someone who is much more versatile and can do a hell of a lot more than just sing. The smaller your band is the more money you all make.

Anyhow, Dummy me, I majored in legal business and Executive secretarial skills in college. When I got out of school it was a catch 22. It was this: Do you have any experience? No? Sorry we can't hire you. But if you'd hire me then I would get some experience. Right? Sorry, no experience, no job. What a joke. If I'd have majored in music I'd be working like crazy.

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