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Love Under Will 1

Love Under Will 1 Guitar Tabs

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Once again it's another difficult-to-hear song.  Hmmm.  I think what I've done 
for  this sounds as close as I can get to the real thing (once again from  the 
"the Nephilim" album).  I play the clean sound with a bit of chorus, and I put 
some delay into the distortion as well.

For comments, corrections, etc. contact me through Mad Marcus B at

                               Love Under Will
                               ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                          By Fields of the Nephilim
                          ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

                             ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                         (Version datestamp 17.2.95)


Riff 1- Guitar 1, distortion.
~~~~~~~

e|---------------------------------------------------------
B|---------------------------------------------------------
G|---------------------------------------------------------
D|--------2----/7-5--2-------------------------------------
A|-0--2-3---2----------------------------------------------
E|---------------------------------------------------------

Riff 2- Guitar 2, clean.
~~~~~~~

e|-----0-----0--2----0----2--------------0---------0--------------------------
B|---0-----0------0----0----------3----3---3---3----------1-----1-3-----1---3-
G|-----------------0------------2----2-------2---2------0-----0-----0-----0---
D|-2----2---------------------0----0----------------------------------2-------
A|----------------------------------------------------3-----3-----------------
E|----------------------------------------------------------------------------

e|-----------------------0-----
B|-------------3---------------
G|-----4-----4---4---4---------
D|---4-----4-------4---4-------
A|-2-----2---------------------
E|-----------------------------

Riff 3- Guitar 1, distortion.
~~~~~~~

e|-----------------------------------------------
B|-----------------------------------------------
G|-----------------------------------------------
D|-7--------------------5--------------------10--
A|-7--------------------5--------------------10--
E|-5--------------------3--------------------8---

Riff 4- Guitar 2, clean.
~~~~~~~

e|-----0-----0--2----0----2--------------0---------0-------------
B|---0-----0------0----0----------3----3---3---3----------1-----1
G|-----------------0------------2----2-------2---2------0-----0-- no pause     
D|-2----2---------------------0----0----------------------------- between     
A|----------------------------------------------------3-----3---- this &
E|--------------------------------------------------------------- next bit

e|-7-----5-------------5-----7-----5------------------- stress the notes on
B|---5-----5---------5---5-----5-----5----------------- the e string
G|-----5-----5-------------5-----5-----5---------------
D|-----------------------------------------------------
A|-----------------------------------------------------
E|-----------------------------------------------------



                                    Notes
                                    ~~~~~
There  seems very little point in typing out the order in which you  play  the 
riffs. Riffs 3 and 4 take over from the others about halfway through the song, 
where Carl sings :"Hey, raise me... someone's gonna suffer".

The  last quarter of riff 4 (with all the 5's and 7's) alters  throughout  the 
last  two minutes or so of the song.  The only notes that change are those  on 
the top e string,  and they play orders like: 5 7 7; 5 7 8; and basically just 
rearrangements of those notes in different orders.  The one I have written  in 
riff  4 seems to be the one played most frequently (it is also the  first  one 
the play).

Riff 3 is in time with the chord changes,  and the last power chord holds  out 
for the duration of two chord changes of the other guitar :(if you see what  I 
mean :(sort of :(wibble:):):).

Incidentally,  if you prefer,  you can play it using barre chords, on the 7th, 
5th,  3rd  and 2nd frets using an A minor shape but without the note on the  G 
string  (no sad jokes please),   but in my opinon it doesn't sound  nearly  as 
good,  as you lose that "twangy" sound. Incidentally, I'm crap at chord names, 
as you may have guessed.

Swiftly moving on...

                    Lyrics (from John McDonagh's archive)
                                    ~~~~~~


        I need to be alone tonight
        Smother me or suffer
        Lay down I'll die tonight
        Smother me or suffer
        When I'm gone, wait here
        Discover all of life's surprises
        When I'm gone wait here
        I'll send my child my last good smile

        If you pass through my soul tonight
        Gather all his troubles
        Tomorrow's long eternal night
        Gather for tomorrow
        When I'm gone wait here
        Discovers all of earth's surprises
        When I'm gone wait here
        I'll send my child my last good smile

Chorus: Between the cracks and hollows -
         the earth is good,the earth is good
        Between the cracks and hollows -
         the earth is good,the earth is good

        Lay down, lay down, lay down for me
        Lay down, lay down, lay down with me

        When I'm gone wait here
        Discover all of lifes surprises
        When i'am gone wait here
        I'll send my child my last good bye

Chorus:

        Hey embrace me, someone's gonna suffer
        Lay lay lay it on lay lay lay it on me
         Someone
        Hey embrace me someone's gonna suffer           {Repeat to fade}

        Sweet dreams my Angel
        At last good bye

        Sweet Dreams

                                 ~~~~~~
Pope Bovophobe V is Arch Cyberpope, Ordo Templi Thermophilic Philopoles, C.P.P.
  "Skill without imagination is craftsmanship and gives us many useful objects
  such as wickerwork picnic baskets. Imagination without skill gives us modern
  art"
                            -Tom Stoppard, from "Artist Descending a Staircase"





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