Starfish


Under The Milky Way



Transcribed by Brian Smith





This is the most well-known Church song and (as luck would have it) one of


the easiest to play.





Am7sus4 is played as follows 


E 0


B 3


G 0


D 2


A 0


E X


	  


Verse: Am Am7sus4 Fmaj7 G


Chorus: G Fmaj7


Bridge/Solo: C G Am





Extra Credit:


If you have a friend with a capo, get them to put it on the fifth fret and play:


Verse: Em Em7sus4 Cmaj7 D


Chorus: D Cmaj7


Bridge/Solo: G D Em





That will really thicken the sound up.  Vary your respective rhythms for even


more effect.



North South East West



Here's the tab for the opening.


E--2-2-2--3----3--0-----


B--3-3-3--3----3--3-----


G--0-0-0--0----0--0-----


D--2-2-2--2----2--2-----


A------------3----3---0-


E0----------------------





That last "A" leaves you holding an Am7sus4 (or A7sus4, whatever you want to 


call it.) Play each note in a Church-y manner, then repeat once more.  Then


cue Marty going bonkers on his Rickenbacker playing a descending Em pentatonic





Verse: Em D C9


Chorus: Em9 C9 Am7sus4


Bridge: G Dm rpt.  On last pair, play G D



Hotel Womb



This is a great song to play solo





Opening strum: D Em7 C9 rpt


Verse: D Am7sus4 C9 (X4)


Chorus: Em C9 G


Bridge: My favourite part.  Make the shape of Fmaj7 (F chord with open high E)


Then move your hand up the neck so your index finger is on the fifth fret.  This


is an open A chord.  The chords you'll play are: A C/A D9/A Bbaug4/A.  But they're


all the same chord shape, with the index finger on these frets: 5, then 8


then 10 then 6.  Get it ?





The bridge section gets repeated a few times, so start softly, then build in 


volume and complexity so that by the last time your hand is a blur and the amp


is screeching !