i got this from derek its not ver good but hey you'll get it Frank Black and the Catholics Song: Velvety Album: Devil's Workshop [INTRO] B* E B B* A B (2x) B E B Out on the Eisenhower, well, I lost my speed Ab F# E Just a little bit south of a town called Weed B E B I heard her voice and I had to stop Ab F# E She called me on to that mountain top B E B I'm a poor soul lost in the shady trees Ab F# E I was going to die I was going to freeze F# Abm When she touched me F# B E A D She was velvety F# B E A D She's a cat of a creature, don't care, she's Velvety F# B* E B B* A B She makes the strangest sounds B E B She was an island girl of the ancient line Ab F# E When the whole damn thing sank into the brine B E B Her true lover from her was torn Ab F# E She packed it up to Californ' F# Abm Then she met me F# B E A D She's Velvety F# B E A D She's a cat of a creature, don't care, she's Velvety F# B* E B B* A B She makes the strangest sounds [SOLO] F# Abm E B F# Abm B E B Out on the Eisenhower, well, I lost my speed Ab F# E Just a little bit south of a town called Weed F# Abm I met Velvety F# B E A D My Velvety F# B E A D I like that lemur I lick it that's Velvety F# She makes a pretty sound [OUTRO] B* E B B* A B (2x) *on this 'B' Frank does a sliding thing in from an A barre chord. and for the G#, it might be minor during the verses but it doesn't seem like it. it's almost as if it could swing both ways. a little insiders info... or not, maybe everyone already knows this... This was a pixies b-side (an instrumental) and Frank originally wrote this song when he was about 15. ?