(The Church) Transcribed by John Hicks Lyrics taken from Mike Fulmer's lyrics page * E, Dm,E * E, Dm,E * Am,G,F,E * Eb, Db, Dm, G, Bb, F, Bb, F, Dm Additional remarks by Jens Berke: If you play the D and the second E-chord in the verse with the following position, I find the song even more interesting to play: D(2) xx0230 E(2) 7x9900 I remember going out yeah Everything is spinning round Remember feeling like I'd drowned Behind the veil is a sea yeah Only entered into chemically Anaesthesia down so deep Anaesthesia's numbing Anaesthesia's coming to you I don't know why Seems like I'm flying On the ground, in the air Slow-mo don't know I can't stop or go Where's the show, where I got a feeling about someone I do not know where So many things need fixing everywhere Anaesthesia tells me "slow down a little more" She says "why not sleep a little more" And tiptoe softly to the door Anaesthesia's numbing Anaesthesia's coming to you I don't know why Seems like I'm flying On the ground, in the air Anaesthesia's soothing Anaesthesia's moving with you I don't know how It seems like now It seems like never to me I remember going out yeah Everything was spinning round Remember feeling like I'd drowned Anaesthesia's numbing Anaesthesia's coming to you I don't know why Seems like I'm flying On the ground, in the air Anaesthesia's soothing Anaesthesia's moving with me I don't know how It seems like now It seems like never to me Anaesthesia's soothing Anaesthesia's moving
(The Church) Transcribed by Fred [C]Empty [Fmaj7]birdcage in her [Am]room [C]Curtains [Fmaj7]pulled against the [Am]moon [C]Follow her down to Lou[Fmaj7]isiana [Am]Hotel room with the bedside manner [C]God I've [Fmaj7]got to get back [Am]soon [Bb]She wriggles like a fish in a [C]net [Bb]Details you can never for[C]get [Bb]One thing or another [C]Never anybody [Bb]considering the re[C]gret [Bb] [F] [C] That's my story [Bb] [F] [C] Cost a fortune [Bb] [F] [C] Louisiana Dm / / / G / / / Dm / / / G F Em Dm C Black rain falling in the night Strangers meet in the lamp light Once in her life Louisiana Standing alone out on the veranda Christ I must have been a sight She struggles like a leaf in the wind Waiting for the music to begin One thing or another Always missed another lover What a state I'm in That's my story Nothing special Louisiana Billy moved to Abilene Lou is searching for morphine Next stop is Louisiana No one there with a welcome banner I don't suppose that they're too keen She juggled her gentlemen friends And suddenly the war ends Coming home finding other men in hiding Biding her lonely weekends What a story Cast of thousands Louisiana Empty birdcage in her room Shadows shrunk against the moon Follow her down to Louisiana Hotel room with the bedside manner God I've got to get back soon God I've got to get back soon God I've got to get back soon Jason Roberts added a capo'd version that compliments the tabs above: Capo'd on 5th: G Cmaj7 Em x4 F G x5 F C G x3 Am D Am D C Bm Am G "Also sounds rather lovely on the mandolin!"
(The Church) Transcribed by Jens Berke Fmaj7/C [x33210] G5 [3X0033] Dsus4/F [2x0233] D [xx0232] Dsus2 [xx0230] Em  Em7  C9 [X32033] C [X32010] Am [X02210] Intro G5 Em7 Dsus4/F# C9 (X 2) Verse G5 Em7 Dsus4/F# C9 Chorus Am G5 Days of sickly summer packed up and gone, Em Dsus2 C nothing helps when nothing is wrong. Am D She's got the where with all, she's got the knowledge, C (No Chord) it's wonderful, we should get going. Fmaj7/C C Sleeping the winter Am G5 down in Buffalo.