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Over The Neptune Tabs (ver.1)

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Over The Neptune Tabs (ver.1)

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1st part: D C B A G F E A

          G Em Dm Am 2X (hold Am second time)

play this sequence twice, then repeat the G Em Dm Am sequence four times.

E.

after the solo, the song (obviously) changes....

2nd part: A                           Bb

          you must be willing just to ride along with me...

play this 4 times, then...

          C

          just pick me out from your cosmos

          A

          and drop me in for your troops

          C

          set me up for the knockdown

          A

          you can watch (you can watch)

          C

          but I'll be back when it's over

then a sequence of G C four times...

then....

        G     C            G                                    C

          oh, mesh gear fox, pull out another bag of tricks from your

                 Em*                  C                           D

scientific box      Time's wasting and you're not gonna live forever...

G    C        G                  C         Em*                  C

And if you do, i'll come back and marry you, no use changing now, you

                D

couldn't anyhow never

Em           C          G                            D

it's not the way that i feel that i fear....it's the way you act, it's

    C                        G

the way you look when you're near me.....

and repeat the end sequence (Em C G D C G)...

the star after the two Em chords refers to a little riff that is played t

o get from the Em to the C:

5A:             0 3

6E: 0    0 2 3



that's all for that one....i believe it is correct, but any corrections w

ould be welcome.....hopefully it will come out right on the mailing list.

E..btw, over the neptune/mesh gear fox is by far the best thing the ban

d's ever done, in my humble opinion...
            
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