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In a Future Age  Wilco

I like to play this one with a little arpeggio around the g, b and high e strings. It's
like the CD, but it sounds nice on an acoustic and pays homage to the piano on the
Just keep the riff for each chord going on the D and G chords. The E is only strummed
so it doesn't get arpeggioed. The E is followed by a single strum of A and then a little
the e and g strings. The pattern for a single bar for each chord looks like this:
[D] [G] [A]  
 
 e|----2---0--|------3---3--|--0--0---0--|
 B|-----------|-------------|--2---------|
 G|------2----|--------0----|--2----2----|
 D|-0---------|-------------|--2---------|
 A|-----------|-------------|--0---------|
 E|-----------|-3-----------|------------|

If none of this makes sense you can just strum the chords:
Intro
[D] [G] [D] [E] [A] [D]  
[D]Genuine
[D]Day will come
[D]When the wind
[D]Decides to run
[D]And shakes the stairs
[G]That stab the wall
[D]And turns a page
In [E]the future [A]age
[D]Some tress will bend
[D]and some will dall
[D]But then again
[D]So will us all
[D]Let's turn our prayers
[G]To outrageous dares
[D]And our page
In [E]a future [A]age
[D]High above
[G]The sea of cars
[D]And barking dogs
[Em]In fenced in yards
Play the verse chords for the outro and end on D.

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