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There She Goes 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. #

Date: Tue, 12 Mar 96 12:36 EST
From: Adam Estey 
Subject: "There She Goes" by the La's

  Here's a more complete version of the song:

    (note: I borrowed the "So I Married an Axe Murderer" soundtrack off a
friend of
           mine a while ago, and I managed to write the complete song out.
           Unfortunately, I lost the stupid piece of paper I had written it
on, so as
           a result, this is all coming out of my head - sorry for any mistakes)

         "THERE SHE GOES"  (The La's)

       Riff 1:

      e ----3-----5------2-----3------0-----0----0-----0-|
      B -3-----3-----3------3------3-----3-----3----3----|

       Riff 2:
                  (part 1)              |     (part 2)
      e --0---h3----3----5----5----3----|-0----h3----3----5
      B ------------------------------3 |

       To play the intro, play riff 1 4 times, then move to riff 2, and play it
 twice, and then repeat part 2 of riff 2 twice. (I hope that's not too

      Chords:                                      |    G         D       Am
                                                   |  320033    XX0232   X02210
        G            D           C9                |
      There        she          goes               |    C        C9
                                                   |  X32010    X32033
        G           D            C9                |
      There she    goes         again              |
                                                   |  * the little h in the
        G           D            C9                |    means hammer on
      Racing     through my      brain             |
        Am                    C
      And I just can't       contain

      This feeling that      remains

            (you get the picture), then:

        C9            D          G
      She calls       my        name

         If you see any mistakes, and want to improve this - then do it!

You'd probably expect my signature to contain some humerous or introspective
quotation which you could tell all your friends, or discuss with your all-too-
philisophical English proferser, or even a stranger you might meet on a
flight to Denver or somewhere. You may expect to be briefly entertained
after reading
whatever it was I have just recently finished posted or saying; you could
probably hope that my signature will just make you say "Hey, that sure is a
neat signature." You may look under my name to see if I actually have a
signature. But I don't.

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Lola 10 May 02, 2004 08:00 PM

okay.your "signature" contained more information that anyone glued to the computer screen could care to absorb into their already draining minds. Having said that, your "signature" was of more relevance than your attempt at tabbing this song.

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cilliano 51 Dec 10, 2005 02:23 AM

After reading your 'signature' I think you are a very gay loner neard.

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jakiehung123 81 Dec 02, 2006 08:58 AM

hey good tab. two problems: 1. put a capo on 3rd freet. and two where it says " this feeling that remains" at that play a c chord. and remains play a d chord. after the word "remains" is finished strum d really fast

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