Deep Purple

Deep Purple
Living Wreck (Guitar chord)

FROM: Lukas Lechner, Woergl, Austria
E-MAIL: luggi69@web.de
DATE: 12 Aug 2001
ARTIST: Deep Purple
SONG: Living Wreck
ALBUM: In Rock, 1970




Living Wreck
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writtten by Blackmore/Gillan/Glover/Lord/Paice


used chords:

F#5 E5 B5 D5 F5 G#5 C#5
e----------------------------------------------
B----------------------------------------------
G---11---9---4---7----10----13-----6-----------
D---11---9---4---7----10----13-----6-----------
A---9----7---2---5----8-----11-----4-----------
E----------------------------------------------

Intro:

e--------------------------------------------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------------------------------------------
G--------------------------------------------------------------------------
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------
A---9-7--------7-----7-9-7-----------7-9-7-------7----7-9-7-----------7-9--
E-------9--7-9-----9-------9-7-9---9-------9-7-9----9-------9-7-9---9------


Verse: F#5 E5

You came along for a weekend
But you only stayed for one night
You pulled off your hair
You took out your teeth
Oh I almost died of fright
D5 E5 F#5 ---> play this F#5 on the 2nd fret
You'd better do something for your own sake
D5 E5
Yes it's a shame
C#5 B5 D5 F5 G#5
Ah you know you're a living wreck

e------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------
G------------------------------------------
D------------------------------------------
A----7-9-7-------7----7-9-7-----------7-9--
E--9-------9-7-9----9-------9-7-9---9------

Verse: F#5 E5

You said you were a virgin
Full of promise and mystery
But I know that you
Would bring me down
'Cos everyone calls you big G
D5 E5 F#5
You'd better do something for your own sake
D5 E5
Yes it's a shame
C#5 B5 D5 F5 G#5
Ah you know you're a living wreck


slow solo over bass riff:

G-------------------
D-------------------
A---7-9-----7-9----- several times
E---------9---------

then out of this with:

e------------
B------------
G------------
D------------
A-----7-9----
E---9--------

Verse: F#5 E5

You said you're gonna love me,
You said you're gonna set me free.
But I know that you would bring me down, yeah!
And caught me misery (?)
D5 E5 F#5
You'd better do something for your own sake
D5 E5
Yes it's a shame
C#5 B5 D5 F5 G#5
Ah you know you're a living wreck


great drum beating, bass picking and organ howling over outfading guitar part:


e---------------------------------------------------------------
B---------------------------------------------------------------
G---------------------------------------------------------------
D----7-9-7-----------7-9-7-------7----7-9-7-----------7-9------- and variations
A---9-------9-7-9---9-------9-7-9----9-------9-7-9---9----------
E---------------------------------------------------------------
etc.



Corrections, questions, comments and suggestions are always welcome, just mail me!
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|"Won't you tell me, where have all the good times gone?" |
| -Ray Davies, 1965 |
| |
|You can hardly listen to today's music, if you can call |
|it music at all. |

OptimusPrime

Toegevoegd door OptimusPrime op zo 01 dec, 2002 9:26 am

Auteur: Ian Gillan, Ian Paice, Jon Lord, Ritchie Blackmore, Roger Glover, Deep Purple
Componist: ?
Uitgever: EMI Records Ltd
Uitgegeven in: 1990
Taal: Engels

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