THE WONDER STUFF

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The Wonder Stuff
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Circlesquare, The wonder stuff

#----------------------------------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. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------## # Date: Sun, 14 Apr 96 22:11:22 -0500 ---------------- The Wonder Stuff Circlesquare ---------------- Sources: video/audio Accuracy: at least 97% Key: F#m Capo: 2nd fret (play as Em) Tabbed by: Andrew Tay (aka Ant) July 1995 aktay@zeus.uwaterloo.ca Hi. Here's some tab for the song "Cirlesquare", as written and performed by the now defunct Wonder Stuff. Circlesquare was a UK only single, but it's also on the B-side of some "Size of a Cow" CD singles. Get it-- it's one of the best songs they ever did, and my personal favourite. This tab is based on an acoustic version that Miles played on MuchMusic (Canada's MTV), and is essentially the same as the acoustic version in the "Welcome to the Cheap Seats" movie. Fortunately, I could see what he was doing so I'm pretty sure there aren't any mistakes in this. CHORDS ------ Here are all the chords you'll need. All are indicated relative to the capo, so Em is really F#m and so on. Some chords have numbers in <angled brackets>. These indicate variations which I'll explain later on. ___________________________________________________________________ | INTRO/VERSES | CHORUS/OUTRO | BRIDGE | | | | | | Em DM11 CM7 | Dsus2 DM11sus2 Em* GM6 | GM9 Dadd11 CM9 | e|-0----0-----3---|-0<2>---0<2>-----0-----0-----|-<10>--<10>---------| b|-0----3-----0---|-3------3--------0-----0-----|--10----10-----8----| g|-0----0-----0---|-2------0--------0-----0-----|---0-----0-----0----| d|-2----4<0>--2---|-0------2--------9-----9-----|---9-----0-----0----| a|-2----5-----3---|----------------10----10-----|--10-----9-----7----| e|-0--------------|-----------------0----10-----|--------10-----8----| - By the way, I think Miles adds a low A to the DM11 chord in the verse (554030). It's not very noticeable, so I don't bother with it. - The studio versions replace CM7 with Cadd9 (032030). - Many chords have either an open low E string, an open high E string, or both. Sometimes, it sounds better to omit these notes. RHYTHMIC PATTERN ---------------- This two-measure strumming pattern carries on through most of the song. He likes to vary it the 3rd and 4th times he plays the bridge, but you can figure that part out yourself. * / / / / / / / / / / / *optional 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . | 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . | ---------===================================--------- OPENING LICK ------------ e|--3-0--------------| b|------3-0----------| g|----------3-0-2-0--| all eighth notes d|-------------------| a|-------------------| e|-------------------| INTRO/VERSE 1 ------------- Em | DM11 | CM7 | CM7 each chord lasts one measure is that a smile that hangs beneath your nose or are your lips just stuck to your teeth and they're too fixed to close you don't have to ham it up for me or tell me how long you've waited just to be with me CHORUS ------ Dsus2 | DM11sus2 | Em* | GM6 each chord lasts two measures Make sure you play the Dsus2 to DM11sus2 progression by varying the high E string like this: ......... Dsus2 <-> D ........... | .... Dmaj11sus2 <-> Dmaj11 ..... | e|-0---2---2---0-0-|---2-2---2---0-0-|-0---2---2---0-0-|-2---2---2---0-0-| b|-3---3---3---3-3-|---3-3---3---3-3-|-3---3---3---3-3-|-3---3---3---3-3-| g|-2---2---2---2-2-|---2-2---2---2-2-|-0---0---0---0-0-|-0---0---0---2-2-| d|-0---0---0---0-0-|---0-0---0---0-0-|-2---2---2---2-2-|-2---2---2---0-0-| a|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| e|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . i've been a long term disappointment to myself but it hits like a hammer when I'm that to someone else and now the circle doesn't fit it's little square it bulges with opportunity ... bulges VERSE 2 ------- Same as Verse 1 is that a smile that hangs beneath your nose or are your eyes so wide they've pulled your mouth into a stupid pose you don't have to ham it up for me or tell me how long you've waited just to be with me REPEAT CHORUS BRIDGE ------ GM9 | Dadd11 | CM9 | CM9<->Dadd11 each lasts two measures Play this eight-measure progression four times. The second time, you can add those high D notes that I indicated in the chord list as <10>. When you come to the CM9<->Dadd11 part, play it like this: ................. Cmaj9 <-> Dadd11 ................ E|------------------------|--------------------------| B|-8-10-10-10-10--8--8-10-|-10-10-10--8--8----10-----| G|-0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0-|--0--0--0--0--0-----0-----| D|-0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0-|--0--0--0--0--0-----0-----| A|-7--9--9--9--9--7--7--9 |--9--9--9--7--7-----9-----| E|-8-10-10-10-10--8--8-10-|-10-10-10--8--8----10-----| 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . REPEAT CHORUS REPEAT CHORUS OUTRO ----- Dsus2 | DM11sus2 Just repeat this bit from the chorus a bunch of times, and end on DM11sus2. If you want to make the ending more melodic, you can slow down and finish like this: e|-3----------2-------------| b|-3----------3----------3--| g|-0----------0----------0--| d|-2----------2----------2--| a|--------------------------| e|--------------------------| ---------===================================--------- Okay... I originally wasn't going to do this, but you talked me into it. Here's my best guess at the electric part, which is also capoed at the 2nd fret. The verse is rreeaallly simple: just Em 022000 (really F#m) with palm muting and lots of effects. I'd guess that he's using overdrive, wah, and some sort of tremolo-like volume effect; but I don't own any effects, so I don't know that much. Also, he may be using only a partial form like 022xxx or something. The chorus is something like this: e|-------2---------|---------0-------|---------2-------|---------0-------| b|-----3-----------|---3-------------|-----3-----------|---3-------------| g|-----------------|-----2-----------|-0---------------|-----2-----------| d|-0-------------2-|-----------------|---------------2-|-----------------| a|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| e|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . e|-3---5---5---3-3-|---5-5---5---3-3-|-3---5---5---3-3-|---5-5---5---3---| b|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| g|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| d|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| a|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| e|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . Don't ask about the bridge!


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tablature circlesquare the wonder stuff

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