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Baptist Blacktick Tabs (ver.2)

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Baptist Blacktick Tabs (ver.2)

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Baptist Blacktick
-Pavement  


Four bar riff for verse:
[C= power chord 3rd fret (or 8th)
 A= open chord (or 5th) ]

C C  C A   C    C C C    C   C#
| |  |_|   |    |_|_|    |   |   

C C  C C#  C    C C C    C   A
| |  |_|   |    |_|_|    |   |   


VERSE:

I'm Just waiting
waiting for the baptist
that sad suck-off left me in damascus
I'm Just waiting
waiting for the baptist
that sad suck-off, that sh*t  left me nowwwwwwww


Bridge:

BASS:C     A     C   A G  C   A   C        A G   C   A  C  A G    FFF....         
   

E|---3-----0-----3--------3---0-3----------------3---0--3---------3--------
B|-------------------------------------------------------------------------
G|--------------------------------5----------------------------------------
D|-------------------------------------------------------------------------
A|-------------------------------------------------------------------------
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------------


then cut to (this ascends towards C-chord of verse):

Ab     A       Bb    B
////   /////   ////  ///// 


[Solo over verse progression]


I'm just wasting,   wasting all the black ticks
Queens way's rockers, enough to make your ears twitch
I'm wasting, wasting all the Black tits
??? Some reddish sins, some grey - is it now ???

[repeat bridge riff]

I'm just waiting, waiting for a black jet
That f**ker...... Ahhhhhhh..


[out chorus]
That f**ker left me now
that suck left me now
that sun left me now ...
            
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