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Lazarus chords

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Porcupine Tree - Lazarus
Tab Authors: kampfkuscher & schmusepunkbärli


 A - AM7/G# - D


A                  AM7/G#              D
As the cheerless towns pass my window
A                       AM7/G#               D
I can see a washed out moon through the fog
A                           AM7/G#               D         Esus
And then a voice inside my head breaks the analogue and says


A           E                  D
Follow me down to the valley below
You know
A              E                         D
Moonlight is bleeding from out of your soul

The other verses and refrains work the same way.


C#m        D 
My David don't you worry
 A                  E              
This cold world is not for you
C#m           D
So rest your head upon me
A                    E
I have strength to carry you

A          E                   D
Follow me down to the valley below

You know
A               E                       D
Moonlight is bleeding from out of your soul
F             D
Come to us Lazarus
       E             A 
It's time for you to go

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ivolinssen 10 May 04, 2005 08:00 PM

Fine tabbing for a great song!
Two suggestions:

(1) You might want to play a Dadd9 (x00230) instead of the normal D-chord in some places.
(2) And: in the bridge the Dadd9 played like (x57755) certainly sounds nice! After that chord jump to A (x02220) and continue...

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ivolinssen 10 May 05, 2005 08:00 PM

Two other suggestions:

(1) No Porcupine Tree song without the famous Fmaj7 chord (x33210) or the F/C-chord (x03210). Try one of these chords instead of the F-chord in the outro.
I'm still searching for the right chord after this F/C. The Dm as suggested doesn't sound quite like the recording. Anybody???
(2) You might want to play the E-chord as a transition-chord during the "you know" in the chorus. It sounds OK.

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ferenc59 50 Oct 19, 2005 06:53 AM

I have always played an Amaj7 after the A in the verse and chorus instead of an E, sounds more delicate and adds to the emotion of the song. I think it's what Steve plays too!

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