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    [C#]   [C#]   [B]  [C#]        [E]     [F#]            
Lyrics for verse:
Trapped in time, and I don't know what to do
[C#C#]These frie[B]nd[C#]s of mine, I ca[E]n see right throug[F#]h
You don't gotta tell me, I don't gotta move
cause I'm sittin' back here, sharin in the grooo, oove

These may not be totally correct, I had to guess. On the word groove Trey
slides down to an E chord. Now the Chorus:

[E]    [A]   [D]   [B]                           
Lyrics for the Chorus:
We don't want no nice guy
[E]We d[A]on't [D]want no nice gu[B]y
We don't want no nice guy
We don't want no nice guy...

on the last B, play C and then C#, which will send you right back into the
verse. Listen to the recording and it's a peice of cake. The next and
final set of lyrics for the verse are as follows:

I walk through the doorways, inside my mind
I chase the backbeat, hard and long
He stood in the doorway, blocking my way
he reached and grabbed me, this is what he say...

then the chorus again. After the chorus, again play the C and C# after
the B, but then instead of going back into the verse, play the higher E
power chord. After a second he goes into a little thingy where he goes
back and forth from E to D....listen to
it, it works. He then plays more on the E chord, does the E to D thing
again, but on the last D he goes right to the high F# power chord. Then
the whole band goes into a funky groove on the F# scale. And there you
have it, I hope this was clear enough. If you have any suggestions e-mail
me at JestrsReve@aol.com.

by Drew Best

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