Middle-Age Talk


Transposer


             The chords to the album-version of "Middle-Age Talk" (from Revolution) by Q65. This is my first tab so let
me know if you have comments. I tried to capture the lyrics exactly as they were sung (not always with result)




The intro is just a solo over the G minor pentatonic scale starting at the D-note on the high E-string
(10th fred) and walking down to the G-note on the low E-sting (3th fred)




[Intro]

  G

[Verse 1]

          C
I'm not afraid of your braggin'

                             G
Do you wanna leave me no you won't

          C
I'm not afraid of your braggin'

                             G
Do you wanna leave me no you won't

                   D                 C
'Cause you have no money of yourself

                                   G
That's why you ain't going no you don't



[Interlude]

 ~G~
I'll tell you what to do. If you want to get rid of me, you just have to knock me on the head,
the government breaks in a thousand pieces, for I'm gonna give you 'till the end, 'till the end of our story.
The story that's already have been told a million years ago, of a man and a woman who let their love slip away
a long time ago


[Solo]
        C     G
Oh yeah

        C     G

        D  C  G


[Verse 2]

        C
All my love, missy Lily

                             G
Don't you cry your (hu-run) tears

        C
All my love, missy Lily

                             G
Don't you cry your (hu-run) tears

                   D               C
'Cause I'm at the best of your exit

                           G
And I suddenly will feel no fear
            

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