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Brimful Of Asha 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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Artist: Cornershop
Song title: Brimful of Asha
as it appears on: When I was Born for the Seventh Time

previously tabbed by Jake Drennan (drennaj3102@uni.edu)
recently transcribed by Ben Meza(benj@mail.utexas.edu)
Lyrics correction by Anne E Baecheley 


Okay, I just saw this song performed live on Conan O'Brian 
and I am almost 100% positive this is how the band played it.
I borrowed the lyrics, beats and bass line from the previous 
guy who tabbed this song out so here it is - the same tab but
with the correction of the chord progression.

     G    D     C
E----3----10----8----
B----3----10----8----
G----4----11----9----
D----5----12----10---
A----5----12----10---
E----3----10----8----

this is the bass riff proposed by the previous author...
 
Bass riff that gets played during the chorus and the break:
   A                       E D 
e[-----------------------------]
b[-----------------------------]
g[-----------------------------]
d[---------2-2-h/4\p-2-2-------] 
a[-0-0-0-4------------4--2-0---]
E[---------------------------2-]

and to the song...
 
[Intro]
G D C (x4)

G		            D    C	
There's dancin' behind movie scenes
behind the the movie scenes (sadidrani???)
She's the one that keeps the dream alive
G                           C                     G
from the morning past the evening to the end of the life

[chorus]
G     			   D C
Brimful of asha on the 45 (x4)

[break]
G D C (x2)

I'm dancin' behind movie scenes
behind those movie screens (ashabozli???)
She's the one that keeps the dream alive
from the morning past the evening to the end of the life

[chorus]
[break]

And singin' illuminatin' mainstreets
and the (cinema isles???)
We don't care about no government warnings
bout the promotion of the symbols and the dams they are building

[chorus]
[bridge]

G		  C			G	       C	
Everybody needs a bosom for a pillow everybody needs a bosom (x3)
mine's on the 45

[break]

muhammed rafi----------45!
Lakamun geshka---------45!
Solid state radio------45!
Furthurasomono---------45!
Balbublik--------------45!
Jacques Dutronc and the Bolan boogie and the heavy hitters and the G.G. music
all in your radio------45!
2 in 1's---------------45!
Arbor records----------45!
Trojan records---------45!

[chorus]
[bridge]
[break]

77,000 piece orchestra set
G		  C		G	           C	
everybody needs a bosom for a pillow mine's on the r.p.m.

[rest:4 counts/ drums 4 counts]
[chorus]
[bridge]
[break]
[fade out]

            
            
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Fozz! 20 Jul 16, 2004 08:00 PM

So, so wrong! The first chord is no way a G, the others are closer but still wrong!

Just say no kids!

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Ludibrius 10 Feb 10, 2009 01:57 AM

These chords are wrong indeed...
The real song is in Bb... The tricky thing is that a Key changer is used to high up the chords of 1/4 or 1/6 tone (I'm not sure which one is correct - my ears suggest 1/6). Infact you can easily hear that the first chord comes out of a slightly bended Bb...Key changers are DJ stuff, so we guitarists'd better play this song in Bb, which is the nearest possible to the real one

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