Tabbed by: Bert Timmermans <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|Album:||Paris 1919 (1973)|
|Key:||F Major (1 flat)|
It's the subtle change of the bass notes that does it in this one: chords are repeated, but with different bass notes, giving the song its clustered and subtly shifting feeling. Chord symbols are repeated if it's a whole bar, noted once if it's half a bar (so two beats per symbol). If half a bar contains two chords, there's a "-" between them. Just prior to the instrumental break you've got this sublime chord (C9-C11), which really lifts the whole thing up!
Intro : / Fma7 Fma7 / Bb6 Bb6 / Fma7 Fma7 / Bb6 Bb6 / Fma7 Fma7 The paranoid great movie queen Bb6 Bb6 Sits idly fully armed Fma7 Fma7 The powder and mascara there Bb6 Bb6 A warning light for charm Bb(ma7)6 F/A [the (ma7) is when you include the vocal line] We see her every movie night Gm F The strong against the weak Bb6 F/A The lines come out and struggle with Gm C The empty voice that speaks Gm Gm Fma7 Fma7 - that spea-ea---ea-ea-eaks / Bb6 Bb6 / Fma7 Fma7 Her heart is o so tired now Bb(ma7)6 Bb6 Of kindnesses gone by Fma7 Fma7 Like broken glasses in a drain Bb6 Bb6 Gone down but not well spent Bb(ma7)6 F/A [see above] The road from Barbary to here Gm F She sold then stole right back Bb6 F/A The vanity, insanity Gm C Her hungry heart forgave Bb/D F/C [bass line follows the vocal melody] The fading bride's dull beauty grows Bb(ma7) F/A [...and leaves it again: (ma7) with the vocal] Just begging to be seen Gm7 Gm Beneath the magic lights that reach C9 - C11 F [C in bass + Bb-D-G (C9); + Bb-D-F (C11)] From Barbary to here Instrumental: first half / C C / Dm-C F / C C / Dm-C F / second half / F F / Gm Gm / Bb Bb / C C / Bb/D F/C [see note above] Her schoolhouse mind has windows now Bb(ma7)6 F/A [see note above] Where handsome creatures come to watch Gm6 Gm6 The anaesthetic wearing off Gm6 Edim Edim Antarctica starts here