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Jah Didn't Kill Johnny  Sage Francis


Jah Didn't Kill Johnny - Sage Francis

Artist: Sage Francis
Title: Jah Didn't Kill Johnny
Album: A Healthy Distrust
Label: Epitaph Records
Date: 2006-05-29 01:45
Tabbed by Patrik Persson
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Tuning ½ step down (Eb)
Main riff played throughout the whole song (note that only the four middle strings are strummed):
[A] [-] [Bm] [-] [D]  
The picking part:
[A] [Bm] [D]  

A (chords) Bm D
jah didn't kill johnny
[(D)]he had a date with death
it was a [A]slow train [Bm]coming
and we've [D]all got a train to catch
but [A]lord, take your [Bm]filthy claws off[D] the rest of my friends.[A]
that is, of[Bm] course, i[D]f they ain't already dead.
A (pick) Bm D
i make no demands. i just made amends.
i made my [A]bed and i'mma lie [Bm]in it
but before i [D]die...please...don't take any more of my [A]friends[Bm] [D]
please don't take any more of my [A]friends.[Bm]
life is [D]easy.
A (chords) Bm D
the smoke didn't kill johnny. the drink didn't kill johnny.
[A]the junk didn't kill j[Bm]ohnny. and [D]the women didn't kill johnny.
was it the [A]road? i don't [Bm]know.
was it rock [D]and roll? i don't think so.
A Bm D A (pick) Bm D
but god. god. god...would never...kill...johnny cash.
he had a train to [A]catch[Bm] [D]
he had a date with [A]death[Bm] [D]
and we've all got a train to [A]catch[Bm]
D A... (Progress the chords and fade out)
life is easy. holler at ya boy. life is easy.
| / slide up
| \ slide down
| h hammer-on
| p pull-off
| ~ vibrato
| + harmonic
| x Mute note

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