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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.#
                   "Pandora's Golden Heebie Jeebies"
                            (Gary Alexander)

Jim Yester, in the liner notes to the Japanese _From The Original Master
Tapes_ CD (Warner/Pioneer WPCP-3536):

  A very flippant title for a very inspired song.  Influenced by Jules'
  involvement in Eastern Philosophy, this was one of the songs that
  prompted Timothy Leary to comment that the group was a major contributor
  to the spiritual awareness of the youth of the day.

Notes from AWR:

   a) I've transcribed this in D even though it sounds about 3/4 step sharp;

   b) the bass holds a D pedal through the entire song.


	[acoustic guitar (left channel) plays D5 throughout intro]

	Koto 1 [arr. for guitar]:

	 v   v   v   v     v   v   v   v

	 v   v   v   v     v   v   v   v     v

	Koto 2 [arr. for guitar]:

	 v   v   v   v     v   v   v   v
	-7r5-2---5b7-----|-7r5-2-----------|  [2X]

Verse 1:

	Dm7 [xx0565]                     G/D [xx0787]
	I have walked along the paths of dark and light
	   Dm7                               G/D
	And I have seen the sunrise and I've seen the night
	     Dm7                                G/D
	I've seen the calm before the storm and then the fight
	    Eb/D [xx0343]
	And now I see the sparrows as they begin to fly
	    Dm [xx0765]              Cm/D [xx0543]
	And all that's left for me to do
	Is cry

Verse 2:

	I've had my view of happiness and my view of despair
	I've cleaned out all the cobwebs and I've learned how to compare
	I've seen all of the circles and I've had my last affair
	And now I see the sparrows as they begin to fly
	And all that's left for me to do
	Is cry


	Bb/D [xx0010]                  Ab/D [xx0898]
	Thinking that I was lost  then finding the end to all beginnings
	Bb/D                Ab/D
	Gave to me the key  made of lead and golden
	Gb/D [xx0676]                    E/D [xx0454]
	Freeing locks, Pandora's boxes, devils are expended
	And I'm finally free

Verse 3:

	And when all the tears are finally cried
	And I am finally clean inside
	The gentle winds will come and they will dry my mind
	And I will see the sparrow that need no longer fly
	And all that will be left for me to do
	Is die

	[end cold on D(m)addE: xx0230]

-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers

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