BIG EMPTY - BIG EMPTY by STONE TEMPLE PILOTS from PURPLE E...

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BIG EMPTY by STONE TEMPLE PILOTS from PURPLE E? 022130 C7 032310 Repeat these two chords for the intro, verses and slide guitar interlude. Chorus is all standard chords G A C Time to take her home her dizzy head is conscience laden Time...(etc..etc) Time... G A C Time to wait to long to wait to long to wait to long Then play this a few: (G5) F7 (F?)(F7) |---3---------1---1-------0---0--| |---3---------1---1-------0---0--| |---4---------2---2-------2---1--| |---5---------1---1-------0---0--| |---5---------3---3-------2---2--| |---3---------1---1-------0---0--| ..these conversations kill ...... That's pretty much it, with the exception of that small interlude. Try it and you'll know where it goes. The whole thing is based on a barred A chord on the second fret. No challenge here! :) |----------------------------------------| |--------2-3-2------2----2-3-5-3-2-------| |--------------2-------------------2-----| |-----2----------2----2---------------2--| |----------------------------------------| |----------------------------------------| This may not be 100% correct. With the amount of distortion on the chorus I have a hard time picking out whether or not there is any variance on the A & C chords. I will tab the slide solos at another time. They are very simple, and if you don't have a slide you can use pretty much anything smooth and rounded such as a bottle neck or even a Bic Lighter. I just don't have the time to tab right now.
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