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Fruitcake
Eraserheads
Fuitcake
Fruitcake (Studio Album that contains 21 songs)
1996 BMG Records
Submitted by: [email protected]

Tuning: 1/2 step down Eb-Ab-Db-Gb-Bb-eb to make the D chord sound as C#

Chords used:
D -     xx0232
A -     x02220
Bm -    x24432
G -     320033
F#m -   244222
Em -    022000
Asus4 - x02230
B -     x24442
C -     x32010
E -     022100
F -     133211
Bb -    x13331
BbAug - xx5443

Intro: A backmask of the song "Merry Christmas, Everybody Happy New Year Too" then it 
enter the song with a quite different lyrics below.

Verse 1:
          D             A    Bm  A           
            F#m  Em Asus4 A
There's a fruitcake for everybody, there's a fruitcake for everyone
          D          A      Bm  A        G  
      F#m       Em Asus4 A
There are b-sides to every story, if you decide to have some fun

Chorus 1:
       D   A       Bm    A           G      
        Bb   C
Take a bite, it's alright, there's a brandy and star margarine
   D            A
to make it right
       D   A        Bm   A          G       
                    A
Take a bite, it's alright, a little lovin' and some fruit to bake
                  D-C-G(x2)
life is a pice of cake

Verse 2:
          D         A     Bm   A         G  
      F#m      Em  Asus4 A
It's the season for being happy, but the reason is dead and gone
         D          A     Bm   A         G  
            F#m      Em  Asus4 A
When the reason for being happy, takes a backseat when a season's done

Chorus 2:
       D            A             Bm            A
Take a bite (take a bite), it's alright (it's alright)
          G                   Bb      C        D     
    A
Taste the taste that sent all mothers giggling in sheer delight
       D            A             Bm            A
Take a bite (take a bite), it's alright (it's alright)
         G                            A
A little lovin' and some fruit to bake, life is a piece of
E---D (x4)
cake

Bridge:
E
Everybody, everywhere people do you really care
D                               E    D
Christmas Time has once again arrived
(Repeat)
E
Some mistletoe and a little snow
    D                                 E      D
But we don't get it down at fruitcake heights
(Repeat)

Oh no!

Interlude: F--G--D----F--G--D--C(hold)

Bb                C                Bb               C
Stars are falling down from heaven, But it's nowhere near our town
             Bb                C                Bbaug         
  A(Drum rolls)
Miracles are falling down from heaven, But it's nowhere near our town

Verse 3: Just like Verse 1 but look at the last line, so different

D             A    Bm  A           
            F#m  Em Asus4 A
There's a fruitcake for everybody, there's a fruitcake for everyone
          D        A      Bm  A          G  
      F#m  Em Asus4 A
There's a bside to every story, and the story has just begun

(Repeat Chorus 2 except last word)

Cake
 
 
Eraserheads - Fruitcake :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Fruitcake tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Fruitcake:

The Eraserheads, Eraserheads, or E-Heads was a prominent Pinoy rock band of the 1990s, formed by Ely Buendia, Raimund Marasigan, Buddy Zabala and Marcus Adoro. The band is one of the most successful, critically-acclaimed, and significant bands in the history of Original Pinoy Music,[1] giving them the title "The Beatles of the Philippines."[1][2] The Eraserheads was also said to open the second wave of band invasion,[3] paving the way for other alternative rock bands[4] such as Rivermaya, The Youth, Teeth, Siakol, Grin Department, Parokya ni Edgar and Yano.

The band released more than several different singles, albums, and EPs that reached number one. This commercial success was most evident in the release of their third album Cutterpillow, which achieved platinum status several times. The Eraserheads are one the best-selling musical acts of all time in the Philippines, paving way for an international career that earned them the "Moon Man" in the MTV Video Music Awards.

Their diverse music worked both in the underground and mainstream scenes of the Philippine music industry. By fusing different musical styles such as alternative, pop, rock, reggae, and synthpop the Eraserheads helped change the sound of Pinoy rock.

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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