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Song - Shivers. Artist - Screaming Jets

This is a great song by a long lasting aussie band. Forget the three
chord standard, this song only has two.

Normal tuning.

---3---      ---3---
---3---      ---3---
---0---      ---0---
---0---      ---2---
---2---      ---3---
---3---      ---x---

Just work out the rythm from the album.
Easy.

Cheers Bill

            
            
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TheRolingStoner 211 Aug 04, 2006 01:41 AM

good work finally some screaming jets songs

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Trickstar 83 Dec 10, 2007 01:46 PM

Well done, for such a simple, yet awesome song!!

However, you'll have to forgive me for nit-picking so minute, but if
you want it to sound EXACTLY like on the recording, it's tuned down half a step. If you couldnt be bothered doing that
like i am, just play the bar chords F# and B respectiveley.

that is:

F# [2 4 4 3 2 2]
B [x 2 4 4 4 2]

Thanks
for the post mate.

Mick

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Trickstar 83 Dec 10, 2007 01:59 PM

Well done, for such a simple, yet awesome song!!

However, you'll have to forgive me for nit-picking so minute, but
if
you want it to sound EXACTLY like on the recording, it's tuned down half a step. If you couldnt be bothered doing
that
like i am, just play the bar chords F# and B respectiveley.

that is:

F# [2 4 4 3 2 2]
B [x 2 4 4 4
2]

Thanks
for the post mate.

Mick

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