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Junction Foil Ball (Night of the Shooting Stars version)
 
tabbed by Anthony Fragomeni
 
 
all chords are powerchords (root and 5th) unless otherwise notated
 
 
during a part of the verse pattern, the bass plays different notes while the 
guitar stays on Eminor.  I've included the bass notes in the transcription,  
i.e. Em/C#,   Em/F#
 
 
 
Intro (in B)
 
fast triplet picking over the following chords
 
                                            little run
e|--7------7----------7-------------7--|------------------|
B|--7------6----------5-------------4--|--4--5--/7--5---4-|
G|--4------6----------5-------------4--|--4--6--/8--6---4-|
D|-------------------------------------|------------------|
A|-------------------------------------|------------------|
E|-------------------------------------|------------------|
 
 
 
   "oh f*ck you, you naver wanted to"
e|--2-------------------------------1~!---|
B|--3-------------------------------2~!---|
G|--4-------------------------------------|
D|--4-------------------------------------|
A|--2-------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------|
 
 
"...once  too free  forever"
e|-------------2------------|
B|---4----------------------|
G|---------4---------4\3/4--|
D|--------------------------|
A|--------------------------|
E|--------------------------|
 
 
 
B                                 G
Fried...  no one here , gets out alive
 
 
G   F#    Em      Em/C#          Em/f#          B       [A B A B]
you were once foil fresh wrapped around your cigarettes
 
 
(low G# note)
    sixty-
 
  B                                         G     F#         Em
seven  you were born, march the eighth... eighth this inspiration
 
 
was passed through.
What was guilt has become you.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Chorus (these lines played simultaniously)
 
    9 times out of  10
(B|--3-4-----7---6--5-|)
 
 
Bass
|  E          A         B
|
|e|----------------------------------|
|B|----------------------------------|
|G|-------1-2---2-3-4---4-4-2-4-2-4--|
|D|---1-2-----4---------4-4-2-4-2-4--|
|A|-4-------------------2-2-0-2-0-2--|
|E|----------------------------------|
|
|e|------------------------|
|B|--------1-2---2-3-4-----|
|G|------------2-----------|
|D|--2-4-5-----------------|
|A|------------------------|
|E|------------------------|
 
 
 
 
9 times out of 10 the child re-sins.
 
9 times out of 10 or so they say.
 
 
 
 
 
(over verse progression)
e||---------------------------||
B||---------5-4---------7-4---||
G||.--4-4-6-------4-4-6------.||
D||.-------------------------.||
A||---------------------------||
E||---------------------------||
 
e|-------------------|
B|------3---------5--|
G|----4---------6----|
D|--5---------7------|
A|-------------------|
E|-------------------|
 
 
11 foot tall and a ton of tonnes.
Don't let go of so much fun.
It's a beautiful thing. Take it across the tracks.
Take it across the tracks and bomb the mall.
 
Nine times out of ten a child resins.
Nine times out of ten or so the experts say.
 
 
 
          B   C#  D    Em            C#       B
As we go in - to the slow acoustic tiling...
 
 
end on Em
 
Solo
 
|:B    B     G    A:|
 
 
B|-/12-12-12-12-10---12-12-12-12-10-10-12-11-10-12-11-10-12-11-10--| etc
 
 
B
Canadian Club and Solitaire.
 
              G                  A
Show me the drugs in your mom's room.
 
               B                       G    A
This was the thing when I was twelve...
 
 
repeat chorus
 
building part:  climb up from C#  to A
 
(C#  D#  E  F A)
 
stay on the A
 
then "into the slow...."  and end on Em
 
 
handy dandy chart!
 
     EADGBe
 
Bm   x24432
G5   355xxx
F#5  244xxx
E5   022xxx
Em   079987
A5   x022xx
C#5  x466xx
D#5  x688xx
E5   0799xx
 
 
 
and there you have it!  I know it's not as easy to follow as some of my 
other tabs, but hopefully it will set you on the right track.  there's one 
note in the harmony part of the chorus run that I believe to be incorrect 
(the c)  but I can't seem to find a better one.  if someone has a better 
way, as always, please feel free to email me at liquid_night@hotmail.com
 
peace and love,
Anthony