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UNDER THE MILKY WAY
The Church
Am Em7+ Fmaj7 G ( Em7+- 0 2 2 0 3 3)
Sometimes when this place gets kind of empty
Some of the breath fades with the light
I think about this loveless fascination
Under the milky way tonight
Lower the curtain down on Memphis
Lower the curtain down all right
I got no time for private consultation
Under the milky way tonight
CHORUS
[G]Wish I knew what you were [Fmaj7]looking for
G (Em7, Am7, Fmaj7)
Might've known what you would find
And it's something quite peculiar
Something shimmering and white
It leads you here despite your destination
Under the milky way tonight
CHORUS
repeat 3rd verse
CHORUS
CHORUS
Peace, love, and soul,
Paul Zimmerman
From: marc@owlnet.rice.edu (Marc Bennett Hirsh)
Subject: CRD: "Under The Milky Way" (The Church)
[Am]Sometimes when this [Am7sus4]place gets kind of [Fmaj7]empty[G]
[Am]The sound of the bre[Am7sus4]ath fades with the [Fmaj7]light[G]
[Am]I think [Am7sus4]about the [Fmaj7]loveless fasci[G]nation
[Am]Under the [Am7sus4]Milky Way [Fmaj7]tonight[G]
[Am]Lower the [Am7sus4]curtain down on [Fmaj7]Memphis[G]
[Am]Lower the [Am7sus4]curtain down all [Fmaj7]right[G]
[Am]I've got no [Am7sus4]time for [Fmaj7]private consul[G]tation
[Am]Under the [Am7sus4]Milky Way [Fmaj7]tonight[G]
[G]Wish I knew what you were [Fmaj7]looking for
[G]Might have known what you [Fmaj7]would find
[Am]And it's s[Am7sus4]omething quite pe[Fmaj7]culiar[G]
[Am]Something [Am7sus4]shimmering and wh[Fmaj7]ite[G]
[Am]That leads[Am7sus4] you here [Fmaj7]despite your desti[G]nation
[Am]Under the [Am7sus4]Milky Way tonight[Fmaj7] [G]
[G]Wish I knew what you were [Fmaj7]looking for
[G]Might have known what you [Fmaj7]would find
[G]Wish I knew what you were [Fmaj7]looking for
[G]Might have known what you [Fmaj7]would find
(bitchin' synth bagpipe solo)
[C]    [G]    [Am]   [C]    [G]    [Am]   [C]    [G]    [Am]   [C]    [G]    [Am]   [Am]And it's s[Am7sus4]omething quite pe[Fmaj7]culiar[G]
[Am]Something [Am7sus4]shimmering and wh[Fmaj7]ite[G]
[Am]That leads[Am7sus4] you here [Fmaj7]despite your desti[G]nation
[Am]Under the [Am7sus4]Milky Way tonight[Fmaj7] [G]
[G]Wish I knew what you were [Fmaj7]looking for
[G]Might have known what you [Fmaj7]would find
[G]Wish I knew what you were [Fmaj7]looking for
[G]Might have known what you [Fmaj7]would find
[Am]Under the [Am7sus4]Milky Way tonight[Fmaj7] (repeat)[G]
Now the chords. There are two guitars. One plays these chords in
open position, and the shapes are as such:
  [Am]    [Am7sus4]         [Fmaj7]        [G]      [C]                                                 
E-0-----3--------0-----3-----0--
B-1-----3--------1-----3-----1--
G-2-----2--------2-----0-----0--
D-2-----2--------3-----0-----2--
A-0-----0--------------2-----3--
E----------------------3--------

The other guitar is capoed up on the 5th fret, and the chord forms
are these (assuming that we treat the 5th fret as the nut):
  [Am]    [Am7sus4]         [Fmaj7]        [G]      [C]                                                 
E-0-----0--------0-----0-----3--
B-0-----3--------0-----3-----3--
G-0-----2--------0-----2-----0--
D-2-----0--------2-----0-----0--
A-2-----2--------3-----------2--
E-0-----0--------------------3--

If you plan on playing this with only one guitar, I strongly
recommend using the second set of chords, as the high capoed notes
ring out very nicely and sound more like the whole song in general.
[--]Marc Hirsh (marc@owlnet.rice.edu)
\ /
^ --"It's easy to be nuts. Try being me."
V (_The_Fisher_King_)
From rec.music.makers.guitar.tablature Wed Feb 1 12:48:27 1995
From: marc@owlnet.rice.edu (Marc Bennett Hirsh)
Date: 31 Jan 1995 19:32:13 GMT
Newsgroups: rec.music.makers.guitar.tablature
Subject: CRD: "Under The Mily Way" (The Church)
[Am]Sometimes when this [Am7sus4]place gets kind of [Fmaj7]empty[G]
[Am]The sound of the bre[Am7sus4]ath fades with the [Fmaj7]light[G]
[Am]I think [Am7sus4]about the [Fmaj7]loveless fasci[G]nation
[Am]Under the [Am7sus4]Milky Way [Fmaj7]tonight[G]
[Am]Lower the [Am7sus4]curtain down on [Fmaj7]Memphis[G]
[Am]Lower the [Am7sus4]curtain down all [Fmaj7]right[G]
[Am]I've got no [Am7sus4]time for [Fmaj7]private consul[G]tation
[Am]Under the [Am7sus4]Milky Way [Fmaj7]tonight[G]
[G]Wish I knew what you were [Fmaj7]looking for
[G]Might have known what you [Fmaj7]would find
[Am]And it's s[Am7sus4]omething quite pe[Fmaj7]culiar[G]
[Am]Something [Am7sus4]shimmering and wh[Fmaj7]ite[G]
[Am]That leads[Am7sus4] you here [Fmaj7]despite your desti[G]nation
[Am]Under the [Am7sus4]Milky Way tonight[Fmaj7] [G]
[G]Wish I knew what you were [Fmaj7]looking for
[G]Might have known what you [Fmaj7]would find
[G]Wish I knew what you were [Fmaj7]looking for
[G]Might have known what you [Fmaj7]would find
(bitchin' synth bagpipe solo)
[C]    [G]    [Am]   [C]    [G]    [Am]   [C]    [G]    [Am]   [C]    [G]    [Am]   [Am]And it's s[Am7sus4]omething quite pe[Fmaj7]culiar[G]
[Am]Something [Am7sus4]shimmering and wh[Fmaj7]ite[G]
[Am]That leads[Am7sus4] you here [Fmaj7]despite your desti[G]nation
[Am]Under the [Am7sus4]Milky Way tonight[Fmaj7] [G]
[G]Wish I knew what you were [Fmaj7]looking for
[G]Might have known what you [Fmaj7]would find
[G]Wish I knew what you were [Fmaj7]looking for
[G]Might have known what you [Fmaj7]would find
[Am]Under the [Am7sus4]Milky Way tonight[Fmaj7] (repeat)[G]
Now the chords. There are two guitars. One plays these chords in
open position, and the shapes are as such:
  [Am]    [Am7sus4]         [Fmaj7]        [G]      [C]                                                 
E-0-----3--------0-----3-----0--
B-1-----3--------1-----3-----1--
G-2-----2--------2-----0-----0--
D-2-----2--------3-----0-----2--
A-0-----0--------------2-----3--
E----------------------3--------

The other guitar is capoed up on the 5th fret, and the chord forms
are these:
  [Am]    [Am7sus4]         [Fmaj7]        [G]      [C]                                                 
E-0-----0--------0-----0-----3--
B-0-----3--------0-----3-----3--
G-0-----2--------0-----2-----0--
D-2-----0--------2-----0-----0--
A-2-----2--------3-----------2--
E-0-----0--------------------3--

If you plan on playing this with only one guitar, I strongly
recommend using the second set of chords, as the high capoed notes
ring out very nicely and sound more like the whole song in general.
[--]Marc Hirsh (marc@owlnet.rice.edu)
\ /
^ --"It's easy to be nuts. Try being me."
V (_The_Fisher_King_)

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