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From: LGMaster www.loriangree.de 

ARTIST: Tony Sly / Joey Cape ALBUM: Tony Sly / Joey Cape Accoustic
YEAR: 2004

"Exit" -- No Use For A Name

(The intro/outro C# A F# G#
C#           A               E                 H
Yesterday becomes tomorrow leaves you wanting more
    F#          A                  E     G#
So intricate becomes the bathroom floor
      C#                 A             E           H
And even though you're in a ditch you dig a deeper hole
      F#              A           H   A
And I'm a shovel it's out of my control

             E                             C#        
Promised a change didn't hear a word from you don't hold me back
A                          H
The exit isn't somewhere in my heart
             E H A G#                  C# A F#  G#
A promise of pain... we're back to the start

(there's also some kind of riff that goes, I think:

C#           A               E                 H
The reason that I still persist it's obvious I care
F#          A                  E     G#
Been waiting by your door with no one there
 C#                 A             E           H
It seems that you are locked inside my key don't fit no more
F#              A           H   A
And you're walking on the landmines you laid down before

Promised a change...

Note: This is not perfect, OK sue me.

From: LGMaster www.loriangree.de

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Don Guitar 60 Jul 02, 2009 10:11 AM

great job!

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atmydrive-in 31 Jan 25, 2010 04:34 PM

You did a really great job on this. It may not be exactly perfect but it's damn close and anyone who's actually listened to the song a bunch themselves should be able to figure it out. I suggest playing it with mostly barred chords throwing in an open A now and again for good measure. I also suggest playing the E on the seventh fret as I believe that is how Joey plays it.

THANKS again!! =)

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