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D F#m G (x2) Em Bm7 G A G
D G A (x2)

Into My Hands



Here's one that's simple enough for even the most novice of guitarists (Hi


Eve!:))





Gsus is played as 330003





Into My Hands





G             Gsus  G      G               Gsus  G


I take love into my hands, journey back to winterland


G              Gsus    G     G               Gsus    G


Cut my losses, grow my hair, see some man to take me there


      C          G                C             G


As it gets so uncertain, when the girl gets too near


     C             G                C        G


It's never as good as I hoped or as bad as I feared








G                   Gsus       G       G                  Gsus     G


Some seek sleek and slithering charms, out of reach their grasping arms


    G                   Gsus      G           G            Gsus  G


Our skin like milk, our breath of words, like happy, awful and absurd


      C          G                C             G


As it gets so uncertain, when the girl gets too near





It's never as good as I hoped or as bad as I feared





F  C  G  F  C  G  F  C  G  F  C  G


G  Gsus  G  Gsus  G Gsus  G  Gsus





              G               Gsus  G      G            Gsus       G


You know it's always out here in my head, stupid bloody things get said


     G             Gsus   G      G              Gsus     G


Then drifting on a summer pond I notice that my love has gone


      C          G                C             G


As it gets so uncertain, when the girl gets too near





It's never as good as I hoped or as bad as I feared





F  C  G  F  C  G  F  C  G  F  C  G





G             Gsus  G      G               Gsus  G


I take love into my hands, journey back to winterland





G  Gsus  G  Gsus





G             Gsus  G      G               Gsus  G


I take love into my hands, journey back to winterland








G  Gsus  G  Gsus





G             Gsus  G      G               Gsus  G


I take love into my hands, journey back to winterland








G  Gsus  G  Gsus





For the more proficient :), there are several picking parts, notably the


intro/ending, where there are two guitars:





|------------------|------------------|


|------------------|------------------|


|---0---0---0---0--|---0---0---0---0--|


|--0---0-0-0---0-0-|--0---0-0-0---0-0-|


|-----2---3---2----|-----2---3--------|


|-3----------------|-3-----------3----|





and





|-----0-------3----|-----0------------|


|-013--310-13------|-013--310-13------|


|------------------|-------------0----|


|------------------|------------------|


|------------------|------------------|


|------------------|------------------|








Then the bridge part, (chords F C G) which has a slidey part ( an equals


sign here means slide to the second note...Frets are numbered in


hexadecimal, so A=10, B=11 etc)





|-3=A-9=A-9=A-3-|-3=5-3=5--------|


|---------------|---------5=8----|


|---------------|----------------|


|---------------|----------------|


|---------------|----------------|


|---------------|----------------|





Then back to the G, Gsus pattern for a frightening lead part (done on


12-string, so this is only approximate)





|----------03-7----|-CA8A87-ZZZ-3=F---|


|-------013---8----|----------------h-|


|-----02------9----|----------------h-|


|---02-------------|------------------|


|-23---------------|------------------|


|------------------|------------------|





ZZZ is a trill played on the 10th, 8th and 7th frets somehow, possibly with


the 2nd and 3rd strings in there too. The slide goes up from the 3rd to the


15th fret, and is followed by 5th fret harmonics on the 2nd and 3rd


strings. OK, I admit it MWP is a bloody good 12-string player! Good luck!!!





James Dignan, Department of Psychology, University of Otago.





Ya zhivu v' 50 Norfolk St., St. Clair, Dunedin, New Zealand


pixelphone james.dignan@stonebow.otago.ac.nz / steam megaphone NZ 03-455-7807



A Month Of Sundays



Someone was asking for the chords of "A Month of Sundays". Once you work


out that one of them is Am7+6 (played x02012), they're quite simple...





If you've a friend who wants to play along with you, get them to play.....


D CHORD						Am7+6 CHORD


-10-						-0-


-10-						-10-


-11-						-11-


-0-						-10-


-0-						-0-


-0-						-0-





D Am7+6 D Am7+6





D


Badman's woman with that look in her eye


Am7+6


You stop to wonder as she passes by


D


Something inside you is never the same


Am7+6


Something outside you is always to blame


D


Follow her home where she lives with some friends


Am7+6


They have some good things to add to the blend


D


The games expanded, invaded the place


Am7+6


You're the only one who's forgotten his face





              Em7   G         D        G


You're saying no no no I must be on my way


       Em7        G                D    A7


But it really has been a pleasant night


        Em7   G                 D         G


And you go so slow hope they'll ask you to stay


    Em7          G            D


And indifference gives you a fright





The same pattern continues for the other verses:





Walking outside you come to a door


You go inside and you wonder what for


At least it's good to be out of the wind


You turn around and the clocks all begin





Just like the winter your memory thaws


Just like the ocean your memory pours


So many pieces to match or to find


So many doubts to have in one mind





It's hard to see how the tables have turned


It's hard to see how the people have learned


It's hard to watch the past drizzling past


It's hard to watch them picking the cast





And it stacks up badly that it never makes sense


You sense that sensation is who's paying the rent


And she beckons to you with her fingers and lies


She says: can't you slice the price of your paradise





The sliding lead break in the second and third verses is:





|-----------------|


|-3=>5------------|


|------2=>4-------|  repeated


|-----------4-2-0-|


|-----------------|


|-----------------|





J.





James Dignan, Department of Psychology, University of Otago.





Ya zhivu v' 50 Norfolk St., St. Clair, Dunedin, New Zealand


pixelphone james.dignan@stonebow.otago.ac.nz / steam megaphone NZ 03-455-7807