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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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From jkunz@smcvt.edu Sun May  4 09:49:36 1997
Date: Fri, 14 Mar 1997 23:02:54 -0500
From: jkunz@smcvt.edu
To: guitar@nevada.edu
Subject: TAB: "Underlying Depression" by Van Morrison

"Underlying Depression" by Van Morrison
Taken from the album "Days Like This"
Tabbed by Justin Kunz: jkunz@smcvt.edu

"I was flabbergasted by the headlines: 'People in Glass Houses Throwing
Stones.'"-- Van Morrison

Throw a capo on the first fret and play these chords, with respect to
the capo:

G#m	466444
A	x02220
B	x24442
E	022100

Or, since there isn't really a defined guitar sound on the album, play
bar chords to give it a light feel:

Am	577555
Bb	x13331
C	x35553
F	133211

On the A-E part below, it means make a quick change from the E to an A,
then back to E.

Here are the lyrics:

		G#m	          A	B	E  A-E
Underlying depression, have to crawl into my room
		G#m		     A		    B	         E	  A-E
Underlying depression, don't want to know about the moon in June
		 A		     B		       A		        E
Outside there's a cavalcade of clowns, but they're just bringing me down
			E   A-E
With underlying depression

		G#m	         A		    B	    E   A-E
Underlying depression and it's starting in my backyard
		G#m		 A	      B		E  A-E
Underlying depression, and these times ain't even so hard
	    A		B	        A			E
Lord I was born with the blues and my blue suede shoes
			E   A-E
And underlying depression

		G#m		 A	       B        E   A-E
Underlying depression and there's just nowhere to turn
		G#m		        A		  B	    E   A-E
Underlying depression and things just seem to turn in on one
		A		       B		A		E
Sometimes I'm stuck here in the corner, just like Little Jack Horner
			E   A-E
With underlying depression

		G#m	     A	       B          E  A-E
Underlying depression and I just can't get it right
		G#m		A	    B  	      E  A-E
Underlying depression I've got to fight it with all of my might
	      A		          B	  A		E
Right now I don't want to be alone, get my baby on the telephone
		      E   A-E
Underlying depression

			G#m		         A	     B	        E  A-E
Have to make some concessions when everything is working right
			G#m		A      B		  E   A-E
Have to count my blessings, helps me make it through the night
	A	     B		A		E
I've got love in my life, as well as trouble and strife, yeah
			E  A-E
And underlying depression


(E w/ A-E to end)
Underlying depression, underlying depression, underlying depression

Ain't nothing but the blues

Underlying depression ain't nothing but the blues

Underlying depression, ain't nothing but the blues

Underlying depression


Questions, comments: jkunz@smcvt.edu

            
            
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