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Nowhere Fast chords

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[Intro] G - A

[Verses] are just Bm and Em. (With G and F#m as additional chords.)

Bm
I'd like to drop my trousers to the world
       Em               G             F#m
I am a man of means (of slender means)
     Bm
Each household appliance
                         Em     G F#m
Is like a new science in my town
           Bm
And if the day came when I felt a
natural emotion
    Em                            G
I'd get such a shock I'd probably jump
            F#m
In the ocean

The 'And when a train goes by'-part is A-Bm-G (It's important you actually must play
string apart, that part)

A
And when a train goes by
            Bm
It's such a sad sound
G
No ...
A           Bm              G
It's such a sad thing

G - F#m   (You can also play this :

     | G- 4- -2-Bend |
     | D- 5- -4-Bend |
     | A- 5- -4-Bend |
     [             ] )

[Intro] (G - A)

Bm
I'd like to drop my trousers to the Queen
      Em                  G                 F#m
Every sensible child will know what this means
Bm
The poor and the needy
                          Em       G F#m
Are selfish and greedy on her terms
           Bm
And if the day came when I felt a
natural emotion
    Em                            G
I'd get such a shock I'd probably jump
            F#m
In the ocean

A
And when a train goes by
            Bm
It's such a sad sound
G
No ...
A           Bm              G
It's such a sad thing

[Instrumental bridge]
F#m               G
G - F#m (Bend)

[Intro] G - A

             Bm
And when I'm lying in my bed
  Em
I think about life
                  G    F#m
And I think about death
    Bm                        Em         G F#m
And neither one particularly appeals to me

           Bm
And if the day came when I felt a
natural emotion
    Em                            G F#m
I'd get such a shock I'd probably lie
       Em                       G  F#m
In the middle of the street and die
    Em  G F#m    Bm
I'd lie down and die ...
A   Em
Oh, oh

I saw this video on YouTube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FtKxmynpy4
You can see he plays a F#m through the Bm's in the verses.

But this tab is more like a guideline. Hope you enjoy it.

            
            
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mrasherp 10 Aug 06, 2014 06:05 AM

Great guideline tab, I was wondering if you could list how you prefer to position your fingers for each chord at the end of it? Thanks.

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