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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: Fri, 17 Nov 95 20:20:34 EST
From: Winston Campbell 
Subject: DO YOUR BEST AND DON'T WORRY by Morrissey

Do Your Best And Don~t Worry
        (Morrissey/Alain Whyte)

This is the sixth song off of -Southpaw-.  I would have love to sit down and
figure out the bass because it is really cool.  But I have only figured out
the guitar chords.  Please note that the chords are played at different
positions all over the fretboard; and some of the chords (like E and at the
end of the song where the chord G is played) are played with sustained notes
which gives this song it~s rich flavour.  Also, I got the lyrics off of
-Cemetary Gates- (http://www.public.iastate.edu/~krajewsk/), a Smiths
homepage on the internet.


The intro bass line (which I have transcribed for guitar) is:

E ---------------------------------|---------------------------------||
B ---------------------------------|---------------------------------||
G ---------------------------------|---------------------------------||
D -----8-----8---------3-----3-----|-----8-----8---------3-----3-----||
A ---8-----8-----8---3-----3-----3-|---8-----8-----8---3-----3-----3-||
E -6-----6-----6---1-----1-----1---|-6-----6-----6---1-----1-----1---||


Am    F    Am    F    Am    Dm    E        Am

            F             Am            F              Am    Dm
Compare the best of their days with the worst of your days
          E         Am
You won~t win
          F            Am            F           Am
With your standards so high and your spirits so low
           Dm
At least remember
        E
This is you on a bad day, you on a pale day

C            G             C
Just do your best and oooooh
      G           C
Don~t worry oooooh
            G        Em      Eb      D
The way you hang yourself is oh so unfair

Am    F    Am    F    Am

        F                Am               F                 Am
See the best of how they look against the worst of what you are
     Dm                E     Am
And again...you won~t win
          F            Am            F           Am
With your standards so high and your spirits so low
           Dm
At least remember
        E
This is you on a drab day, you in a drab dress

C            G             C
Just do your best and oooooh
      G           C
Don~t worry oooooh
            G        Em      Eb      D
The way you hang yourself is oh so unfair
C            G             C
Just do your best and oooooh
      G           C
Don~t worry oooooh
            G         Em      Eb      D
The way you watch yourself is oh so unfair

Am    C     Bbm     F5...E5...

C            G             C
Just do your best and oooooh
      G           C
Don~t worry oooooh
            G        Em      Eb      D
The way you hang yourself is oh so unfair
C            G             C
Just do your best and oooooh
      G           C
Don~t worry oooooh
        G        Em    Eb    D
Do your best and ohhh, ohhh, oh

G    F    Em    Eb

(G    F    Em    Eb  Eb   Eb-F) <--- repeat this a couple times

this song ends on G

            
            
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SuperHans30 139 Jan 02, 2016 05:08 AM

Great! I prefer to play the E flat/ D sharp with a B shape on the 6the fret... it sounds better.

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