A Passing Feeling

intro
 D  Dm7  Bb  A   A7 F#m F/C  Bb  A   A7
-5---5---6---5---5---2---1---6---0---5
-7---6---6---5---5---2---1---6---2---5
-7---5---7---6---0---2---2---7---2---0
-0---7---8---7---7---4---3---8---2---7
-x---5---8---7---7---4---3---8---0---7
-x---x---x---x---x---x---x---x---x---x


Verse (standard open chords unless noted otherwise)
D                          F                      Bb    A A7 
Everything is gone but the echo of the burst of a shell

    F#m        F             Bb          A  A7*(play this chord like in the intro)
I'm stuck here waiting for a passing feeling

       D            F              Bb   A A7
in the city I built up and blew to hell

    F#m        F             Bb          A A7*
I'm stuck here waiting for a passing feeling

Am/C                 Am                    Am/F#
still I send all the time my request for relief

                 F/C                       C/G
down a dead powerline though I'm beyond belief

                Am                     Am/F#
in the help I require just to exist at all

                    F/C                   (start playing the intro)
took a long time to stand took an hour to fall

(sing over last half of intro)
I'm stuck here waiting for a passing feeling

D F Bb A A7

F#m        F             Bb          A A7*
stuck here waiting for a passing feeling

Am/C                 Am                    Am/F#
still I send all the time my request for relief

                 F/C                      C/G
down a dead powerline though I'm beyond belief

                 Am                    Am/F#
in the help I require just to exist at all

                    F/C 
took a long time to stand took an hour to fall

C/G Am Am/F# F/C (play this over and over and fade out)
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2 thoughts on “A Passing Feeling”

  1. Nice tab! Keep it up!

    Dean Devito, for the outro i usually just lift the middle finger once and then place it again on the Am and for the last F/C you can do the same (but lifting the bar + middle finger the same way. The sound for the rest of the riff comes from the actual chords.

    Cheers

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