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Moshi Moshi chords

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"Moshi Moshi" (acoustic)
The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows Single 

The song sounds best played with power chords for each chord listed
below, since Jesse tends to slide between them (such as A to Ab). It sounds
best if you play it all near the fifth fret, which is where most of the
song takes place. Note that the descending chord transitions should stay
that way: play the Ab, F#m, and Em lower than the A (and therefore
rooted on the E string) during those parts. Just listen to the song,
and it's really easy (and logical) to figure out.

The verses follow the same structure each time, but Jesse fits many lyrics
into a single chord, so it just looks like the second verse is longer --
it's not, it's the same duration as the first. The chorus is played
twice, and each time it is identical, so I only included it once. The
song concludes with what is basically a bridge.

[Verse]
A                        D
I think I'm crazy, baby, let you off the hook too easy
A                       D
If you were a telephone you'd still be off the hook
A                                        D
This is my last leg been awake for days in a minute I'll die of starvation
A                                               D
I'll come back a ghost, back and haunt you, and float around your room
          Bm              D   
What do I do when you get close? 
     Bm                       E
If I kiss your neck would you slit my throat?
 
[Chorus]
        D           E              A       Ab      F#m      Em
Are you thinking of me when you're putting on your makeup, darling?
D               E             A
And dying your hair like you do?
             D            E              A      Ab   F#m       Em
Well, you're wasting your time if you're trying to impress me, I waste
D                E           A
All my time just thinking of you
 
[Verse]
            A     
And I'm not imagining how you give me the shivers
D
standing up to your waste in your river
A           
You're the sweetest boat-builder
D
I think I've ever seen
A   
Dream in Japanese, dream in Japanese
D
some language I don't even know how to speak
A           
You're so pretty and I am still choked up
D
it's probably just the same
    Bm                  D  
The more I hang around you
    Bm             E
the more hangups I get
 
[Chorus]
        D           E              A       Ab      F#m      Em
Are you thinking of me when you're putting on your makeup, darling?
D               E             A
And dying your hair like you do?
             D            E              A      Ab   F#m       Em
Well, you're wasting your time if you're trying to impress me, I waste
D                E           A
All my time just thinking of you
 
[Bridge]
F#m   E                   D      F#m           E          A
    I know that you're an angel, but you could never stay true
D      E                   A    Ab    F#m
  Hey, angel, I think your halo has a screw lose 'cause you 
D                 E             A       Ab      F#m   
dropped me like a brick off the rooftop of your high school could I watch
D        E             A      Ab   F#m
the next time you're applying your eyeliner? I waste
D                E           A
all my time just thinking of you

            
            
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jonbucholz 51 Oct 22, 2008 02:50 PM

Great job on the tab, it makes for a good reference when using the power chords and even sounds good when played as open chords.

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wintersonata 82 Feb 08, 2009 07:21 PM

I play it on open chords too.
I misread/misplayed it the first time, so I did E (not Em) on the last parts of those lines in the chorus, and C# instead of Ab. I like it better my way, but yours is a great tab all the same. :)

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Egalite 62 Dec 09, 2014 12:34 PM

It's not C#m, the Ab is right but it's the bass note.. so A A/Ab F#m E. Sounds good other than that

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