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Harper Ben – Glory And Consequence
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 1998 20:22:52 +1200
From: Jim and Sheryll Keane
Subject: TAB: h/harper_ben/glory_and_consequence.tab

Ben Barper's Glory and Consequence from The Will to Live

This song is tabbed out for a guiter tuned to E (EADGBE),
But Ben tunes his guitars down to D(DGCFAd) and then plays this
Tune a tone higher, i.e A, but you can still play along
As if the tune was in G.

Riff 1
Clean
   F           C     G
E---1----------------------3--------------------3--------------------3-|
B---1----------------------5--------------------3--------------------3-|
G---2-------0h2p0----------5--------0h2p0-------4--------0h2p0-------4-|
D---3--0--2-------3p2p0----5--0--2-------3p2p0--5--0--2-------3p2p0--5-|
A---3----------------------3--------------------5--------------------5-|
E---1-------------------------------------------3--------------------3-|

This is both the intro riff and the chorus riff, and the chord
Structure also does for the solo.

The verse riff goes like this
    C       F        G
E----3---------------1-------------------------------------|
B----5---------------1-------------------------------------|
G----5---------------2-------------------------------------|
D----5---------------3--------5----------------------------|
A----3---------------3--------5----------------------1--1--|
E--------------------1--------3--1--3--1--3--1--3--1-------|

There are two guitars playing at this point, with the acoustic playing
The above riff, and an electric just playing the chords.

Lyrics:
C       F       G     C     F         G
I'm more afraid of living than i am scared to die
C      F        G    C      F        G
Im more afraid of falling than i am of flying high

F     C       G   F        C        G
Every moral has a story and every story has an end
F     C          G    F      C     G
Every battle has its glory and its consequence

(repeat the above pattern)
Im more afraid of loving than i am of being scorned
But i will keep on trying though i have been forewarned

Every moral has a story and every story has an end
Every battle has its glory and its consequence

I would rather be lonely and you have someone to hold
Im not as scared of dying as i am of growing old

Every moral has a story and every story has an end
Every battle has its glory and its consequence

Maybe ill get around to tabbing the solo a bit later. till then
Martin, Auckland New Zealand
Keane@sinesurf.co.nz

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