anything anything Dramarama
Received: from animal-farm.nevada.edu by redrock.nevada.edu (5.65c/M1.4) with SMTP id ; Tue, 23 Feb 1993 02:33:48 -0800 Received: from naucse.cse.nau.edu by animal-farm.nevada.edu id ; Tue, 23 Feb 1993 02:33:46 -0800 Received: by naucse.cse.nau.edu (5.65c/1.5-nau) id AA01350; Tue, 23 Feb 1993 03:06:42 -0700 Date: Tue, 23 Feb 1993 03:06:42 -0700 Message-Id: To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Dramarama - Anything, Anything Anything, Anything -- Dramarama This is a really easy song. There are three different guitar going at any given time, so you should really just pick your favorite two and run with it. I'd recomment playing guitar parts one and two, and using guitar part three if you've got an extra guitarist around. Part One -- The beginning of the song This is the rhythm track. It's all power chords- two-note chords that are really easy to play. He plays E, G, C, D, and then back again. Power chords look like this.... (tab) E G C D D----------|----------|------5---|------7---| A------2---|------5---|---3------|---5------| E---0------|---3------|----------|----------| This is repeated throughout the entire song, except for the quiet bit in the middle. Part Two -- The really easy lead The lead riff, which is repeated over and over and over during the loud parts of the song, is really, really easy. It looks like this.. High E-------3--3--2--2--3--3--2--2--3--3--2--2--3--3--5--5------ Very, very easy. Just play it over and over. In the middle of the song, when things slow down, he plays a funky-sounding note.. it's just a slid down the low E, slide from about the 10th fret to the open note. Easy stuff. Part Three - The second rhythm bit The second rhythm bit, which really fattens out the song but isn't really necessary, is just the first rhythm bit played an octave higher. Still very easy Basically, this is an easy song. Very fun to play, very easy to play, very cool. The End When he starts playing the very last verse, the lead guitar starts just picking notes higher and higher on the high-E string. Still very easy. I didn't bother to transcribe it; just play whatever sounds good, progressing higher and higher on the high-E. Whee! We're rockin' now. The Words Oh, gee, what is it tonight? At least just tell me what the hell is wrong, Do you want to eat, do you want to sleep, do you want to drown? Just settle down, settle down, settle down... I'll give you give candy, give you diamonds, give you pills, Give you anything you want, hundred dollar bills, I'll even let you watch the shows you want to see, Just marry me, marry me, marry me... I'm so sick of you tonight, You never stay awake when I get home, Is something wrong with me, something wrong with you? I really wish I knew, wish I knew, wish I knew... I'll give you candy, give you diamonds, give you pills, Give you anything you want, hundred dollar bills, I even let you watch the shows you want to see, Because you married me, married me, married me... When I was young I learned a game, Where love and happiness were the same, Now I'm older and I don't play, I found out the hardest way, I got wasted, she got mad, called me names and she called her dad, He got crazy and I did too, wondered what I did to you. I'll give you candy, give you diamonds, give you pills, Give you anything you want, hundred dollar bills, I even let you hear the songs I want to sing, I'll give you anything, anything, anything... I'll give you anything, anything, anything... If you like this song and this actually helped you out, drop me a line so I know it wasn't a complete waste of time to type it in. Thanks! Jay (email@example.com) -- Any Dramarama fans, if you want to trade stuff, songs, etc, write me! --
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Really helpful. Thanks.