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Sunday Tabs (ver.1)

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Sunday Tabs (ver.1)

Sonic Youth
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                'Sunday' by Sonic Youth

In Standard Tuning (to save yr strings)
Just the main part for now... I'll do the noise/fills/solo
when I get time.

Intro riff:
e-----------------------------------
B-----------------------------------
G------5-----5-(5)-----5------------
D----3---3-4---------3---3-4-(4)----
A--3---------------3-------------3/-
E-----------------------------------

e-----------------------------------
B-----------------------------------
G------8-----8-(8)-----8------------
D----6---6-7---------6---6-7-(7)----
A-/6---------------6----------------
E-----------------------------------

Chords for the main part of the song...
play 'em nice'n choppy w/ a bit of fuzz
(sounds kinda good with a RAT with the filter turned right up)

Csus2: x335xx
Dsus2: x668xx
Esus2: x81010xx


Csus2
Sunday comes along again
a perfect day for a quiet friend
    Dsus2                Csus2
and you, you will set it free

Csus2
I see the mornin' round yr face
everybody says its another phase
    Dsus2                Csus2
and now, now it's come to me

Csus2
I see the magic in yr eyes
i see it comes as no surprise
    Dsus2                Csus2
and you, you turn yr eyes away
    Dsus2                Csus2
and you, you turn it all away

I guess its true its never too late
but still I don't know what to do today
oh why can't I set you free
will you do the same for me

Solo (noise based on C and D)

Bridge (Csus2, then slide to Dsus2 Esus2)

Sunday comes and sunday goes
sunday always seems to move so slow
to me, and here she comes again

A perfect ending to a perfect day
a perfect ending what can I say
to you, my lonely sunday friend
with you, my sunday never ends

(fade out)

Enjoy...
            
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