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Moral Kiosk Tabs (ver.1)

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Moral Kiosk Tabs (ver.1)

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Intro:  Esus4


D2                   A/C#             E
Scratch the scandals in the twilight
D2              A/C#         E
Trying to shock but instead
D2             A/C#           E
Idle hands all orient to her
D2           A/C#               E
Pass a magic pillow under head

F#m         G#m             E   B
Its so much more attractive
F#m        G#m         E   B
Inside the moral kiosk
Esus4
Inside, cold, dark, fire, twilight
Esus4
Inside, cold, dark, fire, twilight

D2                        A/C#             E
They scratch the scandals in the twilight
D2               A/C#          E
She was laughing like a Horae
D2            A/C#               E
Put that knee in dour landslide
D2                A/C#                E
Take this step to dash a roveing eye

F#m         G#m             E   B
Its so much more attractive
F#m        G#m         E   B
Inside the moral kiosk
Esus4
Inside, cold, dark, fire, twilight
Esus4
Inside, cold, dark, fire, twilight


{Bridge:}   Dsus2   A/C#  B   (x 2)


D2                   A/C#             E
Scratch the scandals in the twilight
D2              A/C#         E
Trying to shock but instead
D2             A/C#           E
Idle hands all orient to her
D2           A/C#               E
Pass a magic pillow under head

F#m         G#m             E   B
Its so much more attractive
F#m        G#m         E   B
Inside the moral kiosk
Esus4
Inside, cold, dark, fire, twilight
Esus4
Inside, cold, dark, fire, twilight


(The interlude is a play on the G chord)


Esus4
Inside, cold, dark, fire, twilight
Esus4
Inside, cold, dark, fire, twilight


{The riff played over the E chord after every line in the verse is:

E ---------
B ---------
G -3h4p3---
D -------6-
A ---------
E ---------     }
            
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