e: Tue, 05 May 1998 16:59:31 -0400
From: Tim Krisher
Subject: g/green_day/time_of_your_life2.crd
Gmodal :320033
C9 :032033
Dsus4 :000233
Em7 :022033

Verse: (play each line twice, then go to chorus)
G C9 Dsus4
|-------3--------------3--------------3------------3------| /|
|----------3-------------3--------------3------------3----| / |
|-------------0------------0--------------0-----2------2--| |
|---0--------------0--------------2-----------0-----------| |
|------------------------------3--------------------------| |
|-3--------------3----------------------------------------| __|__
Then it repeats, so it almost sounds like it goes C9, Dsus4, Gmodal.
So, after the end of the Dsus4 bit, go straight to the G bass note.
Em Dsus4 C9 G __
|------3------------3-------------3------------3----------| / \
|--------3------------3-------------3------------3--------| | |
|----------0-----2------2-------------0------------0------| /
|---2----------0---------------2------------0-------------| /
|----------------------------3----------------------------| /
|-0---------------------------------------3---------------| /____
Okay, tab 1 at the top is played through twice, then
play tab 2 twice. That's the verse. Then, the next bit
is played once. That's the chorus. Not terribly complex,
but, hey this IS Green Day, after all.
Em G Em G ___
|------3------------3------------3-----------3------------| / \
|--------3------------3------------3-----------3----------| | |
|----------0------------0------------0-----------0--------| __/
|---2------------0------------2-----------0---------------| \
|---------------------------------------------------------| | |
|-0------------3------------0-----------3-----------------| \___/
Em Dsus4 ___
|------3---------3------| / \
|--------3---------3----| | |
|----------0---------2--| __/
|---2----------0--------| \
|-----------------------| | |
|-0---------------------| \___/
Okay, now, it's important that you go straight back into the
opening G of the verse, because the Dsus4 sort of leaves you
hanging there. Then play the first half of the verse once
through, then start it all over again.
Intro: G C9 Dsus4 G (start singing) (the fingerpicking here is
same as verse (see above))
Verse 1:
G C9 Dsus4 G
Another turning point a fork stuck in the road
G C9 Dsus4 G
Time grabs you by the wrist directs you where to go
Em Dsus4 C9 G
So make the best of these days and don't ask why
Em Dsus4 C9 G
It's not a question but a lesson learned in time
Em G Em G
It's something unpredictable in the end it's right
Em Dsus4 G (where verse riff cuts back in)
I hope you have the time of your life. (Start struming G C Dsus4)
Verse 2:
G C9 Dsus4 G
So take the photographs and stillframes in your mind
G C9 Dsus4 G
Hang it on a shelf; it could've been good times (couldn't get this line, fix it if you know it)
Em Dsus4 C9 G
Tatoos and memories and asking on trial
Em Dsus4 C9 G
For what it's worth it was worth all the while
Instrumental(Strum over Violins)
End with Tab 1 and then |---------|
|------0--| and end on a G
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