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Born Alone chords

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by Wilco
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                          Born Alone - Wilco
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Tabbed by: Jeff (not Tweedy)
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Intro F Bb x2

(note: for that extra bit of dissonance on the Bb, play a b5th and resolve it up 
to the 5th--IE  Bb chord with an Fb note which is E then F

e|-0--1-------0--1--------------------------------------------------------|
B|-3--3-------1--1--------------------------------------------------------|
G|-3--3---or--3--3--------------------------------------------------------|
D|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

F                         Bb
I have heard the wall and worried of the gospel
F                        Bb
Ferry faust it crossed a void
F                     Bb
I have married broken spoke charging smoke wheels 
F                   Bb
Spit and swallowed opioids

C                      Eb
I am the driver at the wheel of the order
C                       Bb
Marching circles at the gate
   F         Eb
My eyes have seen the fury
C               Bb
So flattered by fate

F                            Bb
Tonight I'd rather count the warm fuse ?
F                       Bb
Subtract the silence of myself
F                       Bb
I would rather choose a million mind of mystery
F                        Bb
Be just the rigor for my health
C            Eb
I wonder why strange rhymes overpower me
C                        Bb
Toss the chimneys in the sea
     F         Eb
I believe I've seen the finger
   C    Bb
To hide extremity

F  Bb 
  
C   Bb  Ab   G

C   Bb  Ab   Gb (F#)  F__________Bb


Please come closer to the feather smooth lens fry
Sadness is my luxury
Will you wear torn the cold come before I die
More aware of it than me

Without the glowing stone
The kids are unabashed 
Loneliness postponed
My eyes deceiving glory
I was born to die alone

Alone

guitar melody

e|-8-8-8-8---10-8---------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----------------10-----------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------9-9-9-9-9--10-10------------------------------------|
D|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------------|


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| /   slide up
| \   slide down
| h   hammer-on
| p   pull-off
| ~   vibrato
| +   harmonic
| x   Mute note
| b   Bend
| pb  Pre-bend
| br  Bend release
| pbr Pre-bend release
| brb Bend release bend

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glassinthegrass 30 Sep 27, 2011 01:53 PM

Jeff Tweedy plays it with a capo on the 5th fret. The verse chords are right, however he spices it up and places an open F (C form) then lifts his index finger to make it a Fmaj7. Then after the open Bb, he lifts his middle finger to make a Bbsus2. Also, at the beginning he does a little slide from e to f on the G string between the two chord variations. Nels Cline plays the lead part with a slide. Anyway, great new song by an amazing band. hope this helps. If you want further help you can you tube them playing this on letterman.

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