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Venus in Cancer  Amusement Parks on Fire

Tabbed by:Vincent Oude Lansink
Email:v_oude_lansink@hotmail.com
www.amusementparksonfire.com
Tuning:normal
I'm not sure about this beautiful song, It's just an attempt. Don't know if they use an
tuning.
Rhytym guitar
Intro/Verse
 
 e|--0------0-------0-------0-------------------------------------------------|
 B|--0------0-------0-------0-------------------------------------------------|
 G|--4------6-------2-------4-------------------------------------------------|
 D|--5------7-------4-------5-------------------------------------------------|
 A|--5------7-------4-------5-------------------------------------------------|
 E|--3------5-------2-------3-------------------------------------------------|

[G] [A] [F#m] [G]  
Chorus
 
 e|--0--------------0-------------0-------------0------------------------|
 B|--0--------------0-------------0-------------0------------------------|
 G|--6--------------7-------------1-------------2------------------------|
 D|--7--------------9-------------2-------------4------------------------|
 A|--7--------------9-------------2-------------4------------------------|
 E|--5--------------7-------------0-------------2------------------------|

In t[A]he Intro you pl[Bm]ay each chord [E]for one meassu[F#m]re, in the chorus you play it twice
Outro, (Play the chords for two meassures)
After the last verse play the chorus-chords once, and then play these chords three times
 
 e|--0---------------0------------0-------------0-----------------------|
 B|--0---------------0------------0-------------0-----------------------|
 G|--4---------------6------------7-------------2-----------------------|
 D|--5---------------7------------9-------------4-----------------------|
 A|--5---------------7------------9-------------4-----------------------|
 E|--3---------------5------------7-------------2-----------------------|

The [G]last chord is[A] [Bm] [F#m]
 
 G|----7--------------------------|
 D|----7--------------------------|
 A|----5--------------------------|
 E|----5--------------------------|

Play it with lots of gain and trebble to get the 'waving' sound. The strumming pattern
all the chords throughout the song is something like this:
 
 e|---------x---------x-------x----------------------------------------------|
 B|---------x---------x-------x----------------------------------------------|
 G|---------x---------x-------x----------------------------------------------|
 D|--x------x-----x---x---x---x----------------------------------------------|
 A|--x------------x-------x--------------------------------------------------|
 E|--x------------x-------x--------------------------------------------------|

Lead guitar
Intro/after the first chorus
 
 e|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
 B|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
 G|--/11-11--\9---\6~~--(7)---\4-----x2-----------------------------|
 D|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
 A|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
 E|-----------------------------------------------------------------|

Outro
 
 e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 G|--6--/7--\6--/11--\9-\7--\4-/6--/7--\6--\4--/6--/11--/12--\11--\9----------|
 D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Play the tones slowly and hold them for a long time with lots of vibrato, play the last
tones a lot of times.
If the rhytym guitar plays the last chord(5577xx) you slide from the last tone(9) to the
6th fret, and hold it on for a time, like this:
 
 G|---9\--6------------------------|

For the rest of the song, the lead guitar plays, with lots of feedback, the chords, but
only the tones from the D and G snare, so for the A-chord he plays for example:
 
 G|------6--------------------|
 D|------7--------------------|

But he does this with some effects and he varries a lot. It's hard to hear and to much work.
Ok, hope I helped you out. If you have comments/questions, or if you know the lyrics (I
find them) just mail me
Greetings

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