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Name: Mike M.

Tabs: Song:  The Wonderful Future
Artist:  Our Lady Peace
Album:  Spiritual Machines
Tab by:  Mike M.  Phishytoast@aol.com

Hey everyone.  Big OLP fan here.  While OLP playes like everything 
tuned down 1/2 step, i am way too lazy, let alone not nearly skilled enough 
to tune down properly.  Everytime i do it sounds pretty bad.  So this 
tab is written in STANDARD tuning (EADGBe).  

Now this song is syncopated, which means the notes are played on the 
off-beats.  So you'll have to listen to the song to pick up the rhythem.  
But it sounds great.INTRO:  (this is played all through the song at different times)


e---------9-8-9h-8p-9h/6--------9-8-9h-8-9h/6--
B--9-9-9-----------------9-9-9-----------------
G----------------------------------------------
D----------------------------------------------
A----------------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------


e---------9-8-9h-8p-9h/6-----------6----
B--9-9-9-----------------9-9-7-7----9---
G---------------------------------------
D--------------------------------------    2x
A---------------------------------------
E---------------------------------------

that weird thing on the 'e' string with the hammer pull off and slide 
is a quick trill.  you will have to play with it, but listen to the song 
and you will catch on quickly.

VERSE:

 F#                D#
She builds her own satellite
 C#               C#
From an old rusted chair . . . 


This chord progression repeats until the intro comes in again.  Then 
the chords are played along with the intro.

here are the chord forms:
   F#     D#     C#
e----------------------
B--11------8------6----
G--11------8------6----
D--9-------6------4----
A----------------------
E----------------------

This song basicaly uses that intro, and these chords.  This isn't 
everything obviously, they jam out quite a bit, but i believe they stay 
pretty close to that intro

h=hammer
p=pull  off
/=slideAgain, I wrote this in STANDARD tuning.  Enjoy!  Oh yeah, if you havn't 
yet, if you have this album, leave this song on for like 20 minutes and 
there is a hidden track. It's just that guy talking to a machine, but 
it's kinda freaky weird.  But hey, i was bored.  Enjoy the tab, add to 
it if you want!  


Mike M.
phishytoast@aol.com

            
            
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Minzufbotdmelon 10 Jul 25, 2008 10:54 AM

the high note trills are excellently done, and the chords are right, but just on the wrong strings, or at least on my guitar. if you play the chords on the A, D, and G strings, they fit with the song perfectly. otherwise, an excellent tab for one of the best olp songs.

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