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Beck-Where Its At Tabs

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OK, the version I saw posted of this song was horrible so I decided to 
save everyone from playing it wrong and post MY version, though I can't 
garantee its correct, but at least it sounds right.

"Where it's At" By Beck eighth track off album "Odelay" Produced by Dust 
Brothers.  Geffen Records Inc. 1996

Electric Piano for guitar:
e
B                            5 5
G    4    4   6              5 5 4 4 6 6
D    5    5   7   7 5 3          5 5 7 7  0 2
A 0        5            55                    0 0
E      5 

when you play the last four notes (only play thes once):
D 0 2
A     0 0
another guitar does this easy fill with dist:
D 0h2
E    0    
and the rest of the instruments join in

chorus--bass for guitar
w/ clapping
E 1 33   33 : 

"take me home with my elevator bones" (some weird effect)
D 3   3
A 3   3
E 1   1  
  ^
1/4 bend
here

solo (some of it is too hard to hear over the keyboard)
e
B             8
G 5-7 5 6 5-7     5-11                            7b       7b       7b
D                       3 5      5 7         7b
A                           3        5 7
E                                         5 
we're all a part of the total scene
then back to chorus

then theres another short solo:
"That's beatiful, dad"
e
B
G              7  7s                                5 5-3 
D          5h7       5 3           5 7          5h7       33 55 5x5 5
A  5 x 5 7               3 5 x 5 5      5 x 5 7
E

"got my microphone"
A 5h7

then thers some more organ, keyboard, a weird guitar part
some "Ooo Ooos" "Ohhhhhhhhh" "Thats Pretty good"
            
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