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Head First Feet First
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Date: Thu, 1 Jan 1998 10:16:51 -0500 (EST)
From: [email protected]
Subject: CRD: head_first,_feet_first.crd by Telegraph

Song: Head First, Feet First
Band: Telegraph (formerly the Skolars)
Album: 10 Songs and more (1997)
Written by Telegraph
Transcribed by Luke Knox ([email protected])

This is another great song by ska-core aces Telegraph, known until
recently as the Skolars.  These are my version of the lyrics, and are
probably filled with mistakes, but I'm sure of the chords.

Intro: (* means played quickly)
                          *       *
E-------------------------------------|
B-------------------------------------|
G--10----5---10---5---7---5---3-------|
D--10----5---10---5---7---5---3---3---|
A---8----3----8---3---5---3---1---3---|
E---------------------------------1---|
   Hi F  C   Hi F C   D   C   Bb  F

Chorus:
Hi F     C         D              Bb
Just me, Just you. Scene status percieved separates us from
   Hi F       C         D         Bb            Hi F
you. Just me, just you. Not gonna be like you.  Just me,
C         D               Bb                            Hi F
just you. Scene status percieved separates us from you. Just
    C         D               Bb
me, just you. I'm gonna see it through.

Bb  C  D  C  Bb
Bb  C  D  C  Hi F

Verse is played ska-style, with this progression repeated
4 times.  Listen to the CD for the rhythym, you'll pick it up in a flash.
Progression: (4x)
    F   C   Dm  Bb
E---8---8---5---6---|
B--10---8---6---6---|
G--10---9---7---7---|
D--10--10---7---8---|
A-------------------|
E-------------------|
Verse:
Them and them and you could tell I was right where you were before you
reached the phone with no return. Well you're looking down at me and I'm
looking up at you and I'm thinking to myself were we just equals? Explain
to me, ha, and talk to me. Well all you do is point at me, it's such a
misery. Yeah, it's a principle the obstacles you lift but isn't it an
honor to take the next step?

Bridge(Play Bb-C(2x) with same chord formations as verse)
We'll put it in your face, but you can't hold up. You don't really care,
I'll keep it to myself then.

Verse:
Why you tellin people you don't think that I belong? All that's said
tears me apart, and tell it to my face, so tell me if you can just what
it is you do. Well I ain't done yet, so I could feel rest. Well I could
be less than the person that I am, the person I became, the person you
don't run around. Screw me and fight over something someone said, but
there's just no way, that I'm gonna go now!  Hey! Hey!

Then play chorus

followed by chorus chords over this:
I want feet first, you want head first (3x) yeah!
Then play chorus again, and that's it!

I hope this makes some sense to you. E-mail me with any suggestions,
comments, etc.
Luke
 
 
Telegraph - Head First Feet First :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
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Unity Tab, 12 Tab, She Cries Tab, Had Enough Tab, Shouldve Stayed At Home Tonight Tab, Rude Girl Tab

About the artist behind Head First Feet First:

Coconut Telegraph[1] is the 13th album by American popular music singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. It was released in February 1981 as MCA 5169 and was produced by Norbert Putnam.

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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