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Creeping Coastline of Lights

Right buckos - this is pretty easy really. Put your guitar in drop tuning (all strings 
one half step). This means that all the chords appear one fret higher than normal. The 
are Gm, D# and A#.

Verse

The verse is just one run in Gm over and over:

------------------------4--------------------------|
---------------------------4-----------------------|
------------------4-----------4--------------------|
--------------6-------------------6----------------|
----------6----------------------------------------|
------4--------------------------------------------|


Chorus

The chorus simply extends this run by adding the D# and A# chords as follows:

   D#                     A#
------------0------------------------7-------------|
---------------0------------------------7----------|
----------1--------1--------------8--------8-------|
-------2--------------2--------9--------------9----|
-----2-----------------------9---------------------|
----0----------------------7-----------------------|
     Creeping….         Coastline…


Gm
----------------4---------------------------4-------------|
-------------------4---------------------------4----------|
-----------4----------6-----------------4---------4-------|
--------6----------------6-----------6---------------6----|
-----6----------------------------6-----------------------|
--4----------------------------4--------------------------|
..of  lights

Solo

There isn’t really a solo in this song – however, there are several guitar breaks. These 
in the Gm natural scale. The obvious example, repeated several times, is:

D-----8-8--7--5-5-5-----------------------------------------------------|
A-----------------------3-5--3-5----------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------3-3-------------------------------|

However, I would suggest that just by staying in the Gm natural scale (and possibly 
scale), you will be able to improvise fairly well over the song.

            
            
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daustin 42 May 19, 2006 11:01 AM

isnt 466444 g#m

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condoyle 42 May 21, 2006 11:51 PM

No, like I said, the guitar is down half a step, so all the chords appear one fret higher than usual. However, now that I know you can leave comments here, I would point out that the last section is tabbed incorrectly - move all those notes up one fret, or they'll sound out of key. sorry!

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