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Your dad did, John hiatt

#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------# #This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the # #song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------## From: Paul Hutchinson (u9343164@qub.ac.uk) YOUR DAD DID - John Hiatt ------------------------- |A |D/A | x4 A D/A Well the sun comes up and you stare your cup of coffee up A D/A Right through the kitchen floor A And you feel like hell, so you might as well D/A A D/A Get out and sell your smart ass door-to-door D D/C# D/B D/A A And the missus wears her robe slightly undone D D/C# D/B D/A A As your daughter dumps her oatmeal on your son E A And you keep it hid - just like your dad did So you go to work just to watch some jerk Pick up the perks you were in line to get And the guy that hired you just got fired Your job's expired - they just ain't told you yet So you go and buy a brand new set of wheels Just to show your family just how great you feel Acting like a kid - just like your dad did F#m E D A And you're a chip off the old block F#m E D A Why does it come as such a shock F#m E D A That every road up which you walk D E Your dad already did? Yeah you've seen the old man's ghost Come back as green chip beef on toast Now if you don't get your slice of the roast You're gonna flip your lid - just like your dad did Well the day was long, now supper's on And the thrill is gone, but something's taking place Yeah the food is cold and your wife feels old But all hands folded as your two year old says grace She says "Help the starving children to get well But let my brother's hamster burn in hell" You love your wife and kids - just like your dad did Just like your dad did. -------------- I had to stop myself from doing a full tab of this - I think Ry Cooder would find me and rip my arms and legs off just for missing the point if I did. Beyond the riff itself, this song is obviously completely improvised - the electric basically follows the chords at various places along the neck, sometimes scooping into the root note and playing with the whammy bar - always good for a bit of childish fun. Note that the electric is dropped-D tuned (low to high DADGBE) to get in some low Ds. I just love the attitude of this song - notice the way that between the verses the guitar will start playing the riff late, like he'd forgotten, but doesn't really care much! I'm really jarred off that I'm not old enough to play this song convincingly. Anyway, the riff goes something like + + + + + + + + |---------|---------| |---------|---------| |---------|---------| |-7-6-4-2-|-0-------| |---------|---4-2-0-| |---------|---------| In the introduction, this is built up each time by harmonising it - listen to the album, cause I'm not going to tab it. Mostly, the verses are built up by messing with these 2 (vaguely Free's All Right Now-ish) chords: A-x02225, D/A-x04235. Occasionally he fiddles about with chords way up the neck like: A/C#-x x 11 9 10 9, D-x x 12 11 10 10. The following is played at the end of each verse before '- just like your dad did'- (remember that the guitar is dropped-D tuned) + + + + + |-----------------|-----------| |-----------------|-----------| |-----------------|-----------| |-----------------|-----------| |-----------2-4---|-----------| |---2-4-2/6-------|-2---------| The riff after the 2nd verse is changed so it leads to the bridge like this: + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + |---------|---------|---------|---------|--- |---------|---------|---------|---------|--- |---------|---------|---------|---------|--- |---7-6-4-|-2-0-----|---7-6-4-|-2-------|--- |---------|-----4-2-|-0-------|---4-0---|--- |---------|---------|---------|-------2-|-4- The acoustic guitar is standard tuned and plays mostly first position chords: A-x02220, D-xx0232, E-022100, F#m-244222 On the live Budokan version, the acoustic guitar solo bit before the third verse is just him messing about with these chords: A-xx765x, E-xx645x, D-xx423x. Note also that on the Budokan version, the acoustic sort of copies the sitar riff after "Help the starving children to get well" with ---------4-5--- -3-2-3-5------- (loose timing) --------------- --------------- --------------- --------------- Finally, the wee bass fill after "Something's taking place" is: + + + + + --14-13----|-11----------11----| --------14-|-----11-14---------| -----------|-----------------12| -----------|-------------------|


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John Hiatt: The John Hiatt Collection

John Hiatt: The John Hiatt Collection
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