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The Black Crowes
Song Title: Girl From A Pawnshop
TBC Original? Yes
Written By: Chris and Rich Robinson
Recording Session: Three Snakes and One Charm
Record: Three Snakes and One Charm, Live
Live Debut: 05/20/1993
Shows: 112 times played live
Notes: Originally titled "Girl From The Pawnshop", it was first recorded at Kingsway 
in New Orleans on 10/11/92. The original Kingsway take and live versions of this song from 
High As The Moon Tour have some different lyrics from the final version.

An interesting tidbit: if you watch the 1992 video Who Killed That Bird, there is a 
where Rich is just strumming his guitar and suddenly he breaks out into the bridge section 
the song, while Marc and Chris stand around him smoking a joint.

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The above information was taken from www.crowesbase.com

Tuning: EADGBE (Standard)

Intro/Verse:
E------------3--------------------------------------------|
B------1--------1-----3---3-------5---5---------8---6-----|
G--------0------------------------------------------------|
D--0h2------------2/3---3---3-3/5---5---5-5-5/8---7---7\--|
A----------3----------------------------------------------|
E---------------------------------------------------------|

E------------3--------------------3--|
B------1--------1-----3---3-------1--|
G--------0------------------------0--|
D--0h2------------2/3---3---3\2---2--|
A----------3--------------------3-3--|
E------------------------------------|

Fill:
E-----------------------------|
B-----------------------------|
G------0-2-2-2-2-0-0-0-0-2-0--|
D--0h2------------------------|
A-----------------------------|
E-----------------------------|

Before going into the chorus, play this fill in place of the last chord during the verse

Chorus/Solo rhythm:
G                    C
There's a passion in being alone
G               C
A grace in a loveless time
G                     C
There's no new cross, there's no new sign

E----3-----3---------------|
B------3-----3-------------|
G--------2-----2-----------|
D--------------------------|
A-----------------------2--|
E--2--------------3--5-----|

Only the sun and the changing tide

Em                  D
And out of respect, well really must confess
C
I never lost your number
G
I never lost your address
Em
And if we remain friends at best
D
Sometime later no, no not yet
C
We'll smile and remember it like this

E-----------|
B-----------|
G-----------|
D-----------|
A--------2--|
E--3--5-----|

Outro:
E-----------------2--2-----0-----0---0-2---3--|
B-----------------3----3-----3-----3-----3-3--|
G------0---0---0--2------2-----2--------------| x2
D-----------------0---------------------------|
A----0---2---3--------------------------------|
E--3------------------------------------------|

This is played twice, before the "P.S. all my love" chorus comes in, at which point just 
the following...

E-----------------2--|
B-----------------3--|
G------0---0---0--2--|
D-----------------0--|
A----0---2---3-------|
E--3-----------------|

Strumming the D chord.  Listen to the song for timing.

            
            
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Clemo103 80 May 02, 2009 06:20 AM

Excellent tab, five star.

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