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Run Like an Antelope  Phish

Introduction:
These are the chord shapes -- listen to a recording for
timing and strumming information.
H-O H-O[D] [D] [A] [D]
 
 E------------------------------------|
 B-------------------10---7---5-------|
 G---------------7---7----7---6---7---|
 D----------7-9------7----7---7---7---|
 A-----7-9------------------------9---|
 E--10--------------------------------|

Repeat as necessary for intro.
Then
A D (x4) Then repeat Introductory sequence...
Back to A D, until this part (again, listen to a recording
for timing information and when it comes:
 
 E-----------------------|
 B--10--9--10--9--10--9--|
 G---7--7---7--7---7--7--|
 D---7--7---7--7---7--7--|
 A-----------------------|
 E-----------------------| then noodle on D...
 E------------------------|
 B--10--9--10--11--10--9--|
 G---7--7---7--12---7--7--|
 D---7--7---7--13---7--7--|
 A------------------------|
 E------------------------|

Repeat twice...
Then back to the main lick, then A > D, the last time ending with
a D chord on the second fret (basic D chord).
Then comes the distortion, and the progression changes to a
D C D C G > F one (See below)... listen to the recording for timing.
This is the solo Trey does on Lawn Boy.. every time I think he
noodles around with it a little.
~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~
 
 E---------------------------5-4-3-----------------------|
 B------------------------(3)------3---3-5-3-5^(7)-------|
 G----------------------(2)----------4-------------------|
 D-------------------------------------------------------|
 A---5------3-------5------------------------------------|
 E-------------------------------------------------------|

Palm muting...
 
 E-------------------------------------------------------|
 B--5^(7)-5-3-------------------------------5^(7)-5-3----|
 G-------------2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2---------------------|
 D-----------------------------------4-------------------|
 A-------------------------------------------------------|
 E-------------------------------------------------------|
 E----------------5^(7)----------------------------------|
 B-----------------------------------5^(7)-5-3-----------|
 G--2-2-2-2-2-2-2-------2-2-2-2-...2------------2--------|
 D-------------------------------------------------------|
 A-------------------------------------------------------|
 E-------------------------------------------------------|
 E--------------------------5^(7)----5^(7)-5-2-----------|
 B---------3-5-5-5-3---3-----------------------5-3--3----|
 G----2-4------------4----------------------------4------|
 D--4----------------------------------------------------|
 A-------------------------------------------------------|
 E-------------------------------------------------------|
 E---------------|
 B-15^(17)-15----|
 G------------14-|
 D---------------|
 A---------------|
 E---------------|

Then:
Rake Fast!!! ....................
 
 E---15---15--------15--14--13--12--7--6--5--4--3---0------|
 B--13-------13---15--14--13--12--7--6--5--4--3--2--0------|
 G-14-----------------------------------------------0------|
 D--------------------------------------------------2------|
 A--------------------------------------------------2------|
 E--------------------------------------------------0------|

..Into the JAM!!
Em > D
Here's a little lick that Trey did at Shoreline in 1995 at the start:
(Thanks to Mike Flouton)
 
 E--------------------------------------------------------|
 B-12h13-11h12------10------------------------------------|
 G-------------9h11----12-11-10-9-8-7-----7-9-------------|
 D------------------------------------8h9-----9p8p7-------|
 A--------------------------------------------------9p8p7-|
 E--------------------------------------------------------|

After the Climax of the jam, it cools down but maintains the same
Em > D progression. Trey might noodle over it a little, then goes
into the words :
Rai rai Rocko (?)
Marco Esquandolas (?)
Been you to have any spice/spike mon? (?)
A heavy C chord makes for the transition to the next part:
D C D C G > F (loud!)
I like to play the G > F chords as such:
[G] [F]  
 
 E--------------|
 B-----8-----6--|
 G-----7-----5--|
 D-----9-----7--|
 A----10-----8--|
 E--------------|

Though I'm sure most people will stick with the barre chord shapes.
For this part, I can't decide which one sounds better / works better - the
C chord or the Am or the Am7 chord. They're all very closely related, Am
being the sixth of C. Play it however you like, I suppose
Run Run Ru[D]n Run Run Run Run Run[/]/Run Run Run[Am7] Run Run Run Run Run
Run Run Ru[D]n Run Run Run Run Run[/]/Run Run Run[Am7] Run Run Run Run Run
(with "Run run run" chant over)
"Set the gearshift for the high gear of your soul . . .
you've got to run like an antelope . . . out of control..."
Eventually they slow this chord progression down, ending on the D chord.
Trey will sometimes bend the fifth fret on the B string up a whole step
and hold it while the band does their grand finale, and he sometimes does his
"Thanks a lot, we'll be back in fifteen minutes" routine (yeah, right).
 
 E---------|

B--5^(7)--|
 
 G---------|
 D---------|
 A---------|
 E---------|


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