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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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: Van Vekris <3EV1@QUCDN.QUEENSU.CA>

Cool Your Boots, by RIDE   -  From the album "Going Blank Again"
========================

-  This is one of my favorite songs off the CD.  To get a sound close to that
on the CD, switch to a humbucking pickup (if you are playing a stratocaster,
 between the middle and bridge pickups) and use moderate distortion:

Chord  Progression:     Fsus  Am  C  A#
===================
 Here is how I play these chords:

|------8-----------------8---------6-------------------------------------------|
|------8---------8-------8---------7-------------------------------------------|
|-----10---------9-------8---------8-------------------------------------------|
|-----10--------10------10---------8-------------------------------------------|
|------8---------0------10---------6-------------------------------------------|
|------8-----------------8---------6-------------------------------------------|


   "Across 50 states of mind, I didn't feel inclined..."
        Fsus               Am      C             A#


 - There is a bridge-type thing which follows this pattern:   Dm  C  Am  G

    Dm:  xx0231  or  x57765

 - A lead guitar arpeggiates the Fsus, Am, C and A# chords in the following
    pattern:
 |---------1--------1------------0----------------------0---------0------1----1-|
 |------1----1---------------1------1---------------1------1-----------3---3----|
 |---2----------2--------2-------------2--------0-------------0------3-------3--|
 |------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 |------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 |------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

   And that is really the whole song.

  Van Vekris (3ev1@qucdn.QueensU.ca)

            
            
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OasisJB 15 Apr 01, 2008 01:30 PM

The third chord (c) should be played 8
8
9
10
10
8

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OasisJB 15 Apr 01, 2008 01:32 PM

8
8
9
10
10
8

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gouetmatthieu 10 Feb 22, 2014 04:20 AM

Yeah the third chord is definitely a C Major.

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