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Los Angeles 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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: schnitzi@longwood.cs.ucf.edu (Mark Schnitzius)

Here's a revised version of FB's Los Angeles -- the
intro was right before, but the rest was way off.
Please don't ask me what I was smoking, or where you
can get some.


----
FRANK BLACK
'Los Angeles'
Transcribed by Mark Schnitzius

Bm          D
   I met a man

A         Bm
 He was a good man

F#m               E
   Sailing and shoring

D             A
  Dancing the beta can-can

Bm             E
   Making me foreign

D       A  Bbm Bm
   Oh yeah




A>>>C#  A>>>D  F
A>>>C#  A>>>D  F

A>>>C#
      I want to live in Los Angeles

A>>>D                    F
      Not the one in Los Angeles

A>>>C#
      No, not the one in South California

A>>>D                F
      The got one in South Patagonia


[The rest of the song follows either this progression or the
intro progression.  Here are the bar chords for the middle
part:

  A     C#   D    F
--10----4----5----8--------------|
--12----6----7----10-------------|
--12----6----7----10-------------|
--12----6----7----10-------------|
--10----4----5----8--------------|
---------------------------------|


*************************************************************
mark schnitzius    isx corporation      schnitzi@east.isx.com
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apefist1 10 May 10, 2013 05:30 AM

In the heavy jamming part, it's not A>>>C#, it's E (played on the A string) to C#, then E (played on the E string--octave down) to D, E F.

It goes like this:

E(^)>>>C# E>>>D E F
E>>>C# E>>>D E F

E^>>>C#
I want to live in Los Angeles

E>>>D E F
Not the one in Los Angeles

E^>>>C#
No, not the one in South California

E>>>D E F
The got one in South Patagonia

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banooong 10 Dec 21, 2013 04:32 PM, edited at 09:41 pm

Don't listen to this guy. Exchanging the A for the E works, but the original tab got it right except for the fact that the the "A chord" listed at the end is actually a G. You want to play x-12-14-14-14-12.

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