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Nirvana, On The Mountain Tabs (ver.2)

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On The Mountain Tabs (ver.2)

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                "On The Mountain"
Written By Kurt Cobain - Performed By Nirvana

On The Mountain Will Probably Never Have A Good Tab Until The Studio Version
Is Eventually Released By Geffen, But I Pointing Everyone In The Right
Direction.  The Chorus Part Is Very Questionable.  It Sounds Like He Does
Not Change Chords Through Out, Except For A Slight Pull Off, With The Key To
Playing It The Strum, But Who Knows, Probably Only Pat Smear.

It Has A Few Parts Which Repeat Through Out The Song.

Part One - The Main Riff - A Loose Interpretation - It Might Be The Bass Or
It Might Be A Guitar.  Who Knows!
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Part Two - The Precede Anticipation Riff - It Is The Riff Which Precedes The
Climax Or Is The Anticipation Of A Climax.
Chords - C#5 And Eb5
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Part Three - The Chorus Part - It Is The Chorus.  I Seriously Question The
Chorus, I Hear It As One Chord With A Slight Pull Off, But It Just Does Not
Sound Correct.  The Strum Is The Key.
Chords- F5 With The Pull Off Being The Five And Six Strings Open.
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The Words Are A Bit Of A Mystery.  They Are Not Even Close To The Hole Version.

The Solo Just Sounds Like A Improv.  The Chorus Chords Are Used During The Solo.

Best
Leo
Corrections Desperately Wanted!!
            

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