Steve Carson (firstname.lastname@example.org) Wed, 17 Jul 96 15:20 GMT> G D C D G > I can only sing it loud, always try to sing it clear: > D C D > What the hell are we all doing here? > G D C D G > Making too much of nothing or creating one unholy mess > D C D > an unfair study in survival I guess > > Em C G D > But it always comes down on what to do, when it's all around you > G G/F# D C > And this tightwire act, leaving us here for > G D C D G > Dead to News of the world, and liquor piles up ahead > D C > got your nose in words of power > D G G/F# Am > Forever on that breath when the quality of life gets tripped up > C > and strangled like death > D C Am G D > Seems it's getting harder out there, especially without time enough to see > > True to life, is another hangover > True to life is more than war and politics > True to life is always having to look over your shoulder > True to life is assembly line sickness > But it always comes down... > > (like first verse plus chorus)
I think that the C-chord in the verses should be played with the
additional D-note on the B-string (In the G-D-C-D bit). It
looked like that was how Jay played it too.