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Pot Kettle Black chords

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Band: Wilco
Song: Pot Kettle Black
Album: Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Tabber: oddmenout4@yahoo.com

Tuning: Dropped D

Use a capo on 2, but leave the low D open (this gives the C that really bassy sound)

Chords Used: (bottom 5 strings relative to capo)

C:     032010
Fmaj7: 533010 or 533011
Dm:    200xxx
F5:   (5)x35xx
Eb:    311xxx
Em:    422000
Fm:    5x3111
G:     7x7655

*= palm-mute chord


Intro: C, Fmaj7 (x4)

Verse 1:
            C        Fmaj7
Crazy rides rockets
              C     Fmaj7
Waves a magic wand
               C      Fmaj7
Empty out your pockets
                C    Fmaj7
Words without a song

Dm*                  F5*           C      Fmaj7
I myself have found a real rival in myself
Dm*               F5*              C      Fmaj7
I am hoping for a re-arrival of my health

C  Fmaj7

Verse 2: (palm-mute all chords)
Sleeping eye sockets
Baby suck your thumb
I'll keep you in my locket
A string I never strum

Electric/Slide Riff 1: (no capo)
e-----------5\3--|
B-----5\3-3------|
G----------------|
D--0-------------|

It's become so obvious 
You are so oblivious to yourself

Eb Dm

Chorus:
              C    Em
I'm tied in a knot
        Fmaj7     
But I'm not 
          Dm
Gonna get caught
          C          Em
Calling a pot kettle black
Dm             Fmaj7
Every song's a comeback
Dm               Fmaj7
Every moment's a little bit later

C  Fmaj7  (x2)

Verse 3: (no guitar plays)
Lazy locomotives
wherever you may roll
I think you have no motive
I know you have no home

It's become so obvious       C   Fmaj7 (Riff 1)
You are so oblivious to yourself

Eb Dm

Chorus x1

C  Em   Dm              Fmaj7
       Every moment's a little bit later 
C  Em   Dm              Fmaj7
       Every moment's a little bit later
Dm    Fm                G
       Every moment's a little bit later     

 Lead: (no capo)
e-----------------5-\3-----|
B-----5/7-5/7\5------------|
G---------------7----------|
D--0-----------------------|
   C              Fmaj7

e-----------------7-\5-----|
B-----5/7-5/7\5------------|
G---------------7----------|
D--0-----------------------|
   C              Fmaj7

Eb Dm

e-------------5\3-2\0---5\3-2\0---5\3-2\0--| (repeat over every chord)
              C         Em        Fmaj7
I'm tied in a knot
   C         Em        Fmaj7
        C             Em               Fmaj7      C
But I'm not gonna get caught calling a pot kettle black
    Em            Fma7             C          Em
I'm not gonna get caught calling a pot kettle black


(fade to end)



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thevintagesoul 20 Jun 28, 2008 02:53 PM

so the low d tab isnt relative to the capo?
meaning on the Fmaj7, all 6 strings relative ot capo, its 333010 ?
its an awkward position to have your hand like that on hte Dm if its a 2 on the low d.
i just wanna know if im reading it wrong.

well i still give it 5 stars, its a wonderful song and tab :]

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marysghosts 203 Jul 15, 2010 06:33 PM

To anyone confused about the tuning and capo and chords relative to the guitar: 1. Tune guitar to Dropped D (DADGBe). 2. Put capo on second fret but turn capo upside-down and allow it to only over the second fret of strings A, D, G, B, and e. It works!! Great tab!

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