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It Ain't Easy

 Asus4    Asus4    A      A       repeat
|--0-------0--------0------0-----| 
|--5-------5--------5------5-----|
|--7-------7--------6------6-----|use the 4th finger to
|--7-------7--------7------7-----|lift on and off. For the
|0-------0--------0------0-------|"Strange things" put it on the C
|--------------------------------|------8br--

When you climb to the top of the mountain, look out over the sea
Think about the places perhaps, where a young man could be
Then you jump back down to the rooftops, look out over the town      C  
Think about all of the strange things circulating round         It ain't

(Note only the bass plays the C for 1 beat on the count of 4)
 
|A         C   |A        C   |A         Eb    |  (Eb=xx5343) 
 easy  It ain't easy  It ain't easy to get to 

|D                 A          |A  
heaven when you're going down
 Asus4               A                   Eb        D
|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
|8b10~-8~---------8-|8b10~-8~---------8-|-------------------|
|---------9~--7-9---|---------9~--7-9---|9~-----9-7~--------|
|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
|-------------------|-------------------|-------------------|
 A
|-------------------|-------------------|
|-------------------|-------------------|
|-------------6/7\6-|-------------------|
|------2-4/7.-------|7~-----------------|
|0-3/4--------------|-------------------|
|-------------------|-------------------|

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Lady Stardust
 A                  E
|------------------|-----------------|
|5-5-4---5-7-5-4-5-|-----------------|
|6-6-6---6-6-6-6-6-|4-4-3--4--3--4---|x2
|7-7-7---7-7-7-7-7-|6-6-6--6--6--6---|
|------------------(7)---------------|
|------------------|0-0-0--0--0--0---|

|A                |C#               |F#m               |D             |
            People stared  at  the   makeup   on   his  face

|A                |F#m              |E                 |C#            |
   Laughed at his long black hair   his   animal        grace

|F#m              |D                |A                 |C#            |
   The boy in the bright blue jeans... jumped up on the stage      and

|A                |E                |D                 |E             |
 Lady Stardust sang his  songs  of   darkness and disgrace  And he was

|A6               |E                |D                 |E             |
 al................right         the band was altogether     yes he was

|A6               |E                |D                 |E             |
 al................right         the song went on forever    yes he was

|Em               |Em#7(B+/D#)     |Em7(G/D)           |Em6(A/C#)    |
 aw...........ful nice            really quite out of sight.. and he sang

|A                |E                |D                 |E             |
 all.............. night      lo.....ng

|D                |B                |Esus4             | E
 Ooh,   how   I  sighed  when  they asked if I knew his name

Correction by Mark
Lady Stardust - its a more sophisticated song than the others ...
A                |C#               |F#m               |D             |
A                |F#m              |E                 |Ddim - not C sharp 

Theres also something funny about your interpretation of the "awful nice" bit 
- its a simple Em descending sequence not Em to Em7 - I'm won't work out what 
the full chord names are for they will all be E's


            
            
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HinoCapJ 10 May 05, 2016 09:04 AM

But this tab is from "Lady Stardust"

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HinoCapJ 10 May 05, 2016 09:05 AM

Sorry, I didn't watch the other tab.

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