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Arguably Dave's best lyrical content, I found an acoustic version of him doing this song with
Tim at Farm Aid in 2007 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6H09rW3ObU).
The thing to remember about this one is getting the 7/4 feel down.
Once you let that groove sink in (4+3), the song flows a lot better.

INTRO:

 e------0h2---2-------0h2-----2---|
 b----------0-------------0-------|
 g--2-------------2---------------|
 d--------------------------------|
 a--------------------------------|
 e--------------------------------|

    1   2 + 3 +(4)+(5)+ 6 +(7)+

VERSE:
    Dm     Gm7     C     Am

 e---1-------------0------0-------------|
 B---3-------------1------1-------------|
 G---2------3------0------2-------------|
 D---0------3------2------2-------------|
 A----------1------3------0-------------|
 E----------3---------------------------|


PRE-CHORUS:

 Dm   Gm7      C
 1234 +(5)+(6) +7
Transition Chord - A

CHORUS:
 ||: A    G    F   D :||

"I don't ask much, but won't you speak, please?"
 A   G   F   C   A


In the end, you can substitute a Bb chord for the Gm7 and it sounds just fine with all 
the common tones.
The reason I put the Gm7 in (which I probably won't use) is because after looking at the 
video closely,
this is what Dave plays (and it totally looks like he's flicking the audience off every time).
Key for below: I= Index, R=Ring, and P=Pinky:

  EADGBe
1 |I||||
2 ||||||
3 R|PP||

            
            
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