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Date: 06 Feb 96 10:35:13 EST
From: cis 
Subject: Down in the Well.crd - Bevis Frond

Bevis Frond
(Nick Saloman)

G (320003@1)  B (x2444x@1)	CGeorge, (x32010@1)another pint of winter warmer,
G (320003@1) B (x2444x@1)	CSee (x32010@1)the bubbles rising, that's not right now,
G (320003@1)  B (x2444x@1)	 CCans (x32010@1)and bottles and the guilt of the disposer,
A (x02220@1)GI (320003@1)was never one for preaching,
A (x02220@1)   GYou (320003@1)never know who you're reaching,
A (x02220@1)   C (x32010@1)      D (xx0232@1) (E) G (320003@1) CBut (x32010@1)now I seem to do it most of the time,
B (x2444x@1)CDown (x32010@1)in the Well	(x2)
B (x2444x@1)C (x32010@1)GDown (320003@1)in the well I hold forth.

Do I stand beneath a falling building,
Like some 1920's window cleaner?
Just an architect created pancake.
I was never one for running,
Ther's always something coming,
Wherever you hide it always finds you asleep,
Down in the well I sweet dream.

Down in the well I remain.

Nick Saloman: Guitars, Bass, Vocals
Martin Crowley: Drums

The solo is dead simple... Just listen and play along in open G major
pentatonic. Then move up to the 12th (15th) fret for the high bit.
If anyone can recommend a good tabbing program, I'd transcribe it, but
it's difficult to get the timing right in Notepad - sorry.
Comments and suggestions welcome.

Keith Hill 100644,2542@Compuserve.com or is5034@dcs.napier.ac.uk

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