• Song:

    Divine Thing

  • Artist:

    Soup Dragons

  • Album:

    Divine Thing

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First, I'm gonna define what will be referred to below as "D-fill":
you play  D5 D5 D5 D5 D5 D5 D5 D5
It looks complicated if you're not familiar with the pattern, but in
reality it's pretty easy. You just either remove your middle finger fromm
the standard D chord or add your pinky on the 3rd fret of the high E.
If you're a beginner, practice it once or twice.  It really adds to the
song otherwise you'd just be droning along on the D for the chorus.     es.

"Divine Thing"
by the Soup Dragons

Intro: D5 D5 D5 D5
       D5 D5 D5 D5

You are the one supreme being
                E5           G5             D5     D-fill
Just dressed to kill and fulfill just any dream
And you are the one heart's desire
             E5            G5              D5    D-fill
All hips and lips made to trick just any fool.

    E5            G5                           D-fill
But I could have sworn that you were an angel
                E5             G5                  D5
'Cause you're a sweet, sweet, sweet divine thing.
    E5              G5                           D-fill
But I should have known that you were the devil
                E5             G5                  D5
Dressed like a sweet, sweet, sweet divine thing.

And you lack the one thing that is devotion
Not always there in your hair, in a daze.
Just too mixed up in your own emotions
Your vanity will always be your greatest thing.


(D-fills throughout outro)
Divine thing.
Divine thing.
Divine thing. (etc.)

Dat be all. 'Tis a rather simple song. I would assume it would get a bitit
more complicated if you were to play it true to the record, but why make it
hard on yourself?...
Good luck.
Paul D.
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