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Here Today Gone Tomorrow Chords - Dada

Here Today Gone Tomorrow Chords
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From: "Jeff" 

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
by dada  From the album "Puzzle"

transcribed by Jeff Matson ([email protected])

Overall there are three main guitar parts in this song that overlap.  I've
basically included them all.  It's up to you to decide how you want to play

Riff 1

G -------------0------------------------------|
D ------0------------0------0-----------------|
A ----2------3-----2------3-------------------|
E --3------1-----3------1---------------------|

This riff is played almost throughout the song.  It's fun to improvise with
it a little, like the guys do in the actual song.

Riff 2

G --3h4--0--3h4--0--4/5--4--0---3h4--0--4/5--4--0---

Intro: Riff 1
Verse:  (Keep playing Riff 1)

I used to hide my camels in a paper bag
I only took them out when it was safe to drag
My first sixteen years in a catholic-boy suit
One father with a sixer and a steel-toe boot
See we're all...

Here today, gone tomorrow

(Now a second guitar comes in, repeating Riff 2, while the first
 guitar keeps chugging away on Riff 1).

One night in the mirror I saw a movie star (Riff 2)
So I flew to Hollywood in a neighbor's car (Riff 2)
A pack of No-Doz
I'm a bundle of nerves (Riff 2)
Laughing out loud as the highway curves (Riff 2)
'Cause you know we're all

(Repeating chords  G  F  come in here)
Here today, gone tomorrow

Bridge:  (These chords are improvised, but they sound sort of okay)

35x333  335533  G  F  G  F
35x333  335533  F  F  F  F  (or instead of F you can try 113213)

Solo: (I'm not going to bother to transcribe it.  Sorry.)

Play  G  F  repeatedly under the solo.

Verse: (Back to just Riff 1)

Twenty-two miles out of Pasadena
I picked up a hiker named Tina
Now we've only been here a couple of weeks
Soaking up the sun, the drugs and the freaks
We hit it off and moved in together
Got a cat named Ringo and it purred like leather
We robbed a bank in Santa Monica
Bought a Caddy and a gold harmonica
(Riff 2 comes in here)
We'd ride by day and play by night
             (chords come in here)
We're making love every night

Here today, gone tomorrow

So we went up to Hef's to meet some bunnies
I saw Hugh he was actin' funny
He handed me some grass and a vodka and gin
And that's about the time that Jack Webb walked in
He said "Son, I'm gonna tell you something and it ain't pretty
There's a thousand ways to die in this naked city"

Here today, gone tomorrow
You know we're
Here today, gone tomorrow

G  355433

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About the artist behind Here Today Gone Tomorrow Chords:

Dada or Dadaism is a cultural movement that began in neutral Zürich, Switzerland, during World War I and peaked from 1916 to 1920. The movement primarily involved visual arts, literature (poetry, art manifestoes, art theory), theatre, and graphic design, and concentrated its anti war politic through a rejection of the prevailing standards in art through anti-art cultural works. Dada activities included public gatherings, demonstrations, and publication of art/literary journals. Passionate coverage of art, politics, and culture filled their publications. The movement influenced later styles, Avant-garde and Downtown music movements, and groups including Surrealism, Nouveau Réalisme, Pop Art and Fluxus.

Dada is the groundwork to abstract art and sound poetry, a starting point for performance art, a prelude to postmodernism, an influence on pop art, a celebration of antiart to be later embraced for anarcho-political uses in the 1960s and the movement that lay the foundation for Surrealism. Marc Lowenthal, Translator's introduction to Francis Picabia's I Am a Beautiful Monster: Poetry, Prose, And Provocation (MIT Press 2007)

Cover of the first edition of the publication Dada. Edited by Tristan Tzara. Zürich, 1917.

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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