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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. #
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Date: Thu, 11 Jan 1996 22:38:04 -0500 (EST)
From: Justin Kunz 
Subject: Good Intentions by Toad the Wet Sprocket


Good Intentions by Toad the Wet Sprocket
Taken from the album In Light Syrup or from the Soundtrack to "Friends"
Music by Glen Phillips and Toad
Lyrics by Toad
Tabbed out by Justin Kunz, e-mail: kunjust@lyco.lycoming.edu

THIS IS MY FAVORITE BAND!!! This is how I play it, and it may not mean
it's right. But it's a great song. Comments & suggestions, welcome.


INTRO:

chord is F C5, structured x0023x
the little riff played over it looks like this:

e ------------------------------------------------------------------|
B ------------------------------------------------------------------|
G ------------------------------------------------------------------|
D -0-0h2-0--7p5p4-----0-0h2-0-------0-----(REPEAT)------------------|
A -----------------------------0h2----------------------------------|
E ------------------------------------------------------------------|

NOTE: the '7s5s4' is one fluid motion
A=hammer
p=pick off

C5
It's hard to rely on my good intentions
When my head's full of things that I can't mention
F
It seems I usually get things right
But I can't understand what I did last night

(INTRO AGAIN)

C5
And it's hard to rely on my own good senses
When I miss so much that requires attention
F
I have to laugh at myself sometimes
And I can't see that I'm not blind

F

CHORUS:
               C5
There's little relief
Give us reprieve
Ho-oh
     F
For all the things I've left behind
                      F
I'm positive that I'm not blind

Here's the little riff played over the D5 chord in the chorus (it's only
one the B string)

B ---8-7-5-3------------------


BACK TO INTRO


C5
I'm not afraid that things won't get better
But it feels like this has gone on forever
F
You have to cry with your own good tears
You have to laugh with your own good cheers
C5
And it's hard to rely on my good intentions
When my heads full of things that I can't mention
F
It seems I usually get things right
But I can't understand what I did last night


CHORUS

only change is 3rd lyrics:

And imagine in the world outside
I'm positive that I'm not blind

F
I can't be hard on you
F
Cos I know I've been there too
F
A lot of things for you

Ho-oh


CHORUS

When everyone is cold outside
I clench my fists and close my eyes
Imagining the world outside
And I can't see that I'm not blind

INTRO TO END


Enjoy... Justin Kunz

            
            
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