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Addicted Chords (ver.1)

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Addicted Chords (ver.1)

Neil Finn
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                ADDICTED
(Neil Finn)

NOTES:  Of course, only an approximation of a guitar arrangement for 
a piano song.  Capo on IV to match the recording.

TUNING:  Drop D (DADGBE)

* UNUSUAL CHORDS
A/E    2X2220
A/D    0X2220
A2/C#  X42420
A6     X02230
E7     XX243X
D/F#   XX423X
B/F#   22XXXX   (not really a chord, i know)

INTRO:  A    A/E*    A/D*    (x 2)

VERSE:
A                A/E           A/D        A
Hear the words a jumbled try this tongue-twister

A                       A/E        A/D       A
Kevin has a caterpillar squeezed between his fingers

A                      A/E       A/D      A
hear the mailman come let's see what he delivers



CHORUS:
        F#m*                       D
and you wait and it makes you feel strange

               A
as if you are afraid

        F#m                    D
and you lie with a look to the side

        A2/C#*
and you say I was addicted to the drug

                                  A
but now I know when I've had enough


VERSE:
A     A/E         A/D          A
Could curl up and sleep on the floor

                     A/E     A/D            A
but I'm riding the train a hundred miles an hour

A6*                               D           Bm    D    A   A/E    A/D
feels like this train might never stop  ooh

A         A/E     A/D      A       A/E
Watching static on the television

         A/D     A
when the morning comes


CHORUS:
and you wait and it makes you feel strange
as if you were deranged
and you lie with a look to the side
and you say I was addicted to the drug
but now I know when I've had enough

A     E7*    D/F#*

A    B*    A

(RIDE OUT:  B    A)
So far
we've come so far
we've come so far


[c] 1997 by Roundhead Music, administered by Wixen Music Publishing (BMI)
            
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