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Needle Of Death chords

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Strumming
There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
i'm not sure that these are actually exactly what he plays (i'm thinking its maybe a
capo and another guitar or something, 
but i'm not sure...but the positions pretty much work) 


Needle of Death 
by: yo la tengo
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intro: D, Dsus2, Dsus2(II), G, G(II), Bm , A7/6, A7(II)

D      Dsus2-Dsus(II)   G   G(II)  
when sadness fills your heart 
Bm                              A   A7    A7(II)
and sorrow hides the longing to be free
D      Dsus2-(II)         G   G(II)
when things go wrong each day 

you fix your mind skip the misery 


refrain::

     Bm7 
your troubled young life 
     D 
that made you turn 
    G                  A7/6 A7 
to a needle of death .........

chord voicing
D: x00232
Dsus: x00230
Dsus(II): x00235
G: 320003
G(II):750007
Bm: 799777
A7/6: 575675
A7: 575685
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knighty123 72 Mar 17, 2014 09:20 AM

Alright, if you put a capo on 7th it plays much easier. (I would only have figured this out by working it out from your chords so props to you brah) Relative to the capo you play it as:
G C
when sadness fills your heart
Em D
and sorrow hides the longing to be free

The D variation becomes this little walk down the G chord like so:
D-----------0--
A-----0--2-----
E---3----------

And finally instead of the A variation at the end, you play something similar to this (haven't quite figured it out):
e----------------
B----------0---1-
G-----0h2--------
D--0-------------

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