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Satellite Tabs

(Version #1)

 Hi, there. Hans Steissberger requested some Hooters tunes a while ago, and I
thought I might send this one in. Get yourself hooked up with a keyboard player
to play this one, 'cause it's the keyboards that really makes this song. And as
always: keep in mind that I do not claim to have perfect pitch. This is how I
play this song, and if you can do it better, great! Let me know, OK!:)

                                           Chord Voicings:
|-Play this part 4 times-----------|
 < >=natural harmonics                   G5    C(sus2)  D5     G/B
|------------------|---------------|   3x0033  x3x033 xx023x x20033
|------------------|-slight vib. w-|
|-<12>---------<7>-|--~~~~~~~ bar.-|

Two guitars here(at least). It's quite hard to discern what git2 really is
doing since it is quite low in the mix. It should be quite similar to what the
bass is doing though, so strum the indicated chords in a rhythm that works with
the bassline.

Git2 G5             D5             G5              D|
     |              |               |
Git1              s                              s

C(sus2)  G/B   G5   D5
  |       |     |   |                             Before chorus, play 
                  s               Git 1&2         fill 1.
                                                      slight p.m
 Chorus.                                        fill1   |-----|
 Well, the guitars are even harder to hear in   |-3---3333-3-3-|
 the chorus than in the verse. The chords should|-3---3333-3-3-|               
 be right, so just strum them in a way that     |-0---0000-0-0-|            
 sounds rhythmically right.                     |-0---0000-0-0-|
                                                              first time     
 Git 1&2       Git1                            Git 1&2       |-------------|
              |Git2                           |             |-second time--||
              |-------------------------------|             |-3-------------| 
              |-~~~------------~~~------------|             |-3-------------|
              |-2--2-4-2-0-----2--2-4-2-0-----|             |-0-------------|
              |------------4-0------------4-0-|             |-0-------------|
              |-------------------------------|             |---------------|
              |-------------------------------|             |-3-------------|

Then there is another verse, another chorus and the accordion solo. During
the solo, play the verse rhythm. After that it breaks down into an interlude,
during which the same thing as in the intro is played. Then, right before the
chorus, this is played:

|-----------------|-3---------|   Then the chorus is played a coupple of times
|-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-|-3---------|   before the intro figure is played again.

The last thing played is this:


There. I hope that makes some sense, at least. If something is unclear, if you
like the TAB, if you hate the TAB, or if you have anything at all you would 
like me to know, then mail me.

Verse 1 

Hush little baby don't cry like that
God's gonna buy you a cadillac
He's chosen you to do his will
You can spread the word in your coupe de ville


So jump in the river and learn to swim
God's gonna wash away all your sins
and if you still can't see the light
God's gonna buy you a satellite

Verse 2
Look to the heavens and see it shine
heals the sick and leads the blind
tune it in and hear it say
it's counting down to judgement day


Verse 3
Hey satellite man your time has come
your word recieved by everyone
and should you fall well that's ok
you love the ones that you betray

So jump in the river and learn to swim
God's gonna wash away all your sins
and when at last you see tha light
gods gonna buy you a satellite

There. You might want to attach that to the TAB...? Anyway, youre doing a great
thing with that archive, so keep it up, and thanks for writing!
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