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Artist: Old 97's
Song: The One
Tuning: Standard
Transcribed By: Max Quinn.

I'd just like to note that I haven't touched Ken's little solo in the verse that's about 
It works of the C position Fmajor scale, and I've just been improvising off that.

Ken's Guitar part in the intro, however, is just an ostinato revolving around the F in 
6th fret of the B string. It's along the lines of...

e-------6-5-8-5-6-5----|
B---6-6----6-------8-6-|
G-/7---7---------------|
D----------------------|
A----------------------|
E----------------------|

The chords are
F/F/Gm/Bb x 4

F
I
Gm    Bb          F
Got a check for nothing
Gm          Bb    F
All made out to someone
Gm     Bb         F             Gm          Bb
I truly love myself

F
Murray says we’re gonna
Gm        Bb       F
take the money sometime
            Gm         Bb        F
Well it might as well be this time
            Gm       Bb           F          Gm       Bb
We’re gonna spend it all on ourselves

F
Ken
Gm             Bb         F
picked this bank at random
     Gm     Bb           F
I said, do we shoot them?
                      Gm    Bb         F            
    Bb
And he said, either way’s alright

F
Whistlin’ Boy,
          Gm   Bb       F
that’s Philip, he’s our drummer
            Gm         Bb       F
He does the theme from “Endless Summer”
              Gm         Bb     F         Gm       Bb
You know he’s waiting out in our ride

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These appear to be power chords, so G5, Bb5, F5 if you're going for accuracy
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Gm        Bb           F
Throw the money in the van
Gm            Bb               F
It all worked out just like we planned

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Think Old School Country for Ken's part here. Must be played fairly quickly. He seems to 
a lower sound than what I do, so it's conceivable he'in drop D, but I'm not sure on this.

e------------------------------------------|
B------------------------------------------|
G------------------------------------------|
D-5-5-5-----5-7-8-8-8----------------------|
A------5-5-5---------8-8-8-----8----8----8-|
E--------------------------8h10-8h10-8h10--|

e-------------------------------------------------------|
B-------------------------------------------------------|
G-------------------------------------------------------|
D----------------------5-5-5-----5-5-5-5-7-8-8-8------8-| Let's take the one
A-3-3-3-----3-3-3-----------5-5-5---------------8-8-8---|
E------3-3-3-----3-3-3----------------------------------|

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Gm                      Bb
Now the good times have begun
                                   F
That’s not a fire -- it’s just the sun
                       C
It’s like the old man said
                     Gm
Take the money and run
              Bb (stop)
What’s the rush?
                F           Gm          Bb
Let’s take The One

F/F/Gm/Bb x4

Love gets passed around so freely
They’re so touchy and so feely
I’m hanging on to mine

I like you California
Although I feel obliged to warn ya
We’re gonna rob you blind

What’s the point in cutting tracks
With all this money in the back?

Now the good times have begun
That’s not a fire -- it’s just the sun
It’s like the old man said
Take the money and run
What’s the rush?
Let’s take The One

            
            
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