Bm Bm Bm Bm Bm Bm BmBmBmBm G G G G G G GGGG (Repeat once and
then on third time an A chord for the last sixteenth note (G) of this
progression). Then: START SINGING!!!! AAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!!
(while you play the same chord progression)
Bm Bm Bm(4x) G G G G G G
Life ain't so sh*tty, there's a lot that you can be and
Bm Bm Bm(4x) G G G
AIN'T IT A PITY, but its' allrighhihight for you to
G G G
smile at me and if we both--->A chord variation
For the next part of the verse you go up to an A bar chord at the fifth
f**king fret and put your pinky down on the high e-string at the seventh
fret and pull it off twice as you sing with the googoodoll damn rhythm.
But then!!! (on "necessarily come in contact with"), you go down to a G
bar chord on the 3rd fret and do the same horny little thing with your
pinky (you can do it with your reddy and bluey too). Then, right before
Shannon says "hey you don't know where I'm coming from", you stop
after you play the G chord thingamagiggygaagaagookanybandalrakittlkelymphnodes.
Here are the lyrics to the second riff section:
A (do pinky thing) A (do bluey thing) G
-go there, then count on problems that we might not necessarily
(do greeny thing) stop
come in contact with, hey you don't know where I'm coming from.
(note: there is a Sonic Youth song called "Screaming Skull" where
the second part of the lyrics starts with "go there" and it is so very
Then after this, you solo on the Bm, G, and A chords, listen to the record
to get it down good.
Then you repeat the first and second lyrical parts with the same two
riffs and in the same fashion!, and that's just dandy,
Oh yes it is Wendy!!