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Jane Chords
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Subject: barenaked_ladies:jane.tab


Here is "Jane" from Maybe You Should Drive. It's not perfect, but I can
sing along with it and it sounds close. Listen along to the CD to determine
where the capo should go.

Ben McTernan
[email protected]

JANE
(capo on 2nd or 3rd fret??)


The main verse part goes as follows (fret numberings are with the capo on):

   C2         Em7   A7sus4  G/B         (I'm guessing on chord names)
E----------0------------3-------3----|
B--------3---3-----------------------|
G------0--------0--------------------|
D------------------------------------|
A---3--------2------0-------2--------|
E------------------------------------|

This is played over and over again through the verse


CHORUS

Am   D          G       G/F#    Em           Am
Jane    doesn't think a man can ever be faithful
    D       G      G/F# Em                Am
Jane  isn't giving me a chance to be shameful
     D  Am     D
Jane    Jane


BRIDGE:
Bm        Em
I wrote a letter
                C            D    Eb   Em
She should have got it yesterday
              Bm
Life could be better
           C
By being together
          Am        D       Csus2  Em7  A7sus4  G
Is what I cannot explain to Jane

 
 
Barenaked Ladies - Jane Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Jane tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Jane Chords:

Barenaked Ladies (often abbreviated BNL or occasionally BnL) is a Juno-winning and Grammy-nominated Canadian alternative rock band. The band is composed of Jim Creeggan, Kevin Hearn, Steven Page, Ed Robertson, Tyler Stewart, and formerly Andy Creeggan. They formed in 1988 in Scarborough, Ontario, at the time a suburb of Toronto.[1] They are best known for their hit singles, "One Week", "Pinch Me", "If I Had $1000000" and "Brian Wilson"[1] and for their light-hearted, comedic performance style. The band's trademark at live shows is humorous banter between songs, and improvised raps/songs, both of which are staples at virtually every concert.[2]

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