Sick and Tired

SICK AND TIRED

sick, tired and homeless
with no one here to sing for
tired of being weightless
for all these looking good boys
you can always say my attic has its charm
you can always say you did no major harm
you can always say that summer had its charm
and that you did no major harm
oh, spare me if you please
sick, tired and sleepless
with no one else to shine for
sick of all my distress
but I won’t show I’m still poor
symptoms are so deep
something here’s so wrong
nothing is complete
nowhere to belong
symptoms are so deep
I think I’d better stay
here on my own
so spare me if you please
————————————————————————-
Guitar, Bass, Drum Chords Notes Tab Tabs

Capo 2nd Fret. Define chords 🙂
Dm A7 Bbmaj7 E Gm5 C Fmaj7 Dm* Dm*- : shape
xx0231 x02020 113231 022100 353333 x32010 xx3210 x57765 x55555
Em B7 Cmaj7 F# Am5 D Gmaj7 Em~ Em*- : key
Chords initialised to capo position, tab shown in actual fret position. !?!
Intro
~~~~~
Dm A7 Dm Bbmaj7 E A7
e|———————————————————————|
B|8–8-8–7——————————————————–7—|
G|———–9–8-9——————————8——–8–8–9——|
D|——————-9–7—————-8h9–9—–9–9—————| X 2
A|————————-10–10–9–9——————————–|
E|———————————————————————|
Fill :- Dm* / Dm*- Dm* Dm*- Dm*
Verse 1
~~~~~~~
Dm A7 Dm Bbmaj7
Sick and Tired and homeless.
E A7
With no-one here to sing for.
Dm A7 Dm Bbmaj7
Tired of being weightless.
E A7
For always looking good boys.
-F i l l-
Chorus
~~~~~~
Gm5 C Fmaj7 Dm* / Dm*- Dm*
You can always say my attic has its charm.
Gm5 C Fmaj7 Dm* / Dm*- Dm*
You can always say you did no major harm.
Gm5 C A7 Dm C
You can always say that Summer has its charm.
Fmaj7 Bbmaj7 Gm5
And that you did no major harm.
C Fmaj7 A7
Oh spare me if you please.
Verse 2
~~~~~~~
Sick and tired and sleepless,
With no-one else to shine for.
Sick of all my distress,
But I will show I’m still poor.
-F i l l-
-R e p e a t C h o r u s-
-R e p e a t I n t r o P a r t-
-F i l l-
Gm5 C Fmaj7 Dm~ / Dm~- Dm~
You can always say my attic has its charm.
Gm5 C Fmaj7 Dm* / Dm*- Dm*
You can always say you did no major harm.
Gm5 C A7 Dm C
You can always say that Summer has its charm.
Fmaj7 Bbmaj7 Gm5
And that you did no major harm.
C Gm5
You can always say that.
C Gm5
You can always say that.
C Fmaj7 A7
Oh spare me if you please.
-F i l l-
Gm5 C Fmaj7 Dm* / Dm*- Dm*
e|——————————————10–7–8——7———————–
B|———————8–7h8p7————-7———10—–8–10–7–7h8p7—–
G|—————7—————7—–7h9–7———————————7—
D|—–2h5–7/9—–9—————9———————————————
A|2h5—————————————————————————–
E|——————————————————————————–
Gm5 C Fmaj7 Dm* / Dm*- Dm*
e|——————————————————————————–
B|——————–8p7—–8p7—–8p7——————8p7—–8p7————
G|——7——-7———-7——-7————7——-7——-7————7—-
D|-7h9—–7/9—–9———————–7h9—–7/9——————7h9—–9-
A|——————————————————————————–
E|——————————————————————————–

Gm5 C
Symptoms are so deep.
Fmaj7 Dm* / Dm*- Dm*
Something here’s so wrong.
Gm5 C
Nothing is complete.
Fmaj7 Dm* / Dm*- Dm*
Nowhere to belong.
Gm5 C
Symptons are so deep,
Fmaj7 Dm* / Dm*- Dm*
I think I’d better stay here on my own.
Gm5 C Fmaj7 A7
Oh spare me if you please.
-End on F i l l-
–Fin

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Mon Nov 27 15:22:44 1995
Date: Sun, 26 Nov 1995 17:29:10 +0000 (GMT)
From: "DJ. Male"
To: moch@mech.kth.se
Subject: Tab for Sick and Tired
Dear Nicholas,
Here is what I tink is the tab for ‘Sick and Tired’. It sounds
alright to me but parts of it may be slightly wrong.
Chords.
——–
Em B B5 A5 G5 F# C D G D#m
-7—-7—X—-X—-X—-2—-3—5—3—6
-8—-7—X—-X—-X—-2—-5—7—3—7
-9—-8—X—-X—-X—-3—-5—7—4—8
-9—-9—9—-7—-5—-4—-5—7—5—8
-7—-9—9—-7—-5—-4—-5—5—5—6
-7—-7—7—-5—-3—-2—-3—5—3—6
Fill in.
———
–7–7–7-7–7-7–
–8–8–7-8–7-8–
–9–9–7-9–7-9–
–9–9–7-9–7-9–
–7–7–7-7–7-7–
–7–7–7-7–7-7–
Intro.
——-
Em B Em B5 A5 G5 G B
—————————————–
—————————————–
—————————————–
-5-5-4—————————–1-2-4-
——-7-6-7———–1-2-4-2-2-2——-
————-7-5-3-2-2——————-
X2
Verse.
——-
Em B Em C
Sick and tired and homeless,
G B
With no-one left to shine for (or whatever the lyrics are)
Em B Em C
Tired of being weightless,
G B
For all these looking good boys.
Fill In.
——–
Chorus.
——-
C D G Em
You can always say my attic has its charm,
C D G Em
You can always say you did no major harm,
C D D#m Em D
You can alwys say that summer had its charm,
G Em C
And that you did no major harm,
D G B
Oh spare me if you please.
Verse.
——
Fill in.
———
Chorus.
——–
Intro again.
————-
Fill in.
———
Chorus, but this time:
——-
You can always say my attic has its charm,
You can always say you did no major harm,
You can always say that summer had its charm,
C D
You can always say that,
C D
You can always say that,
Oh spare me if you please.
Then play the chorus chords during the solo:
——-
——————————-7/10-7-8-5-7-3-5-2-3-2-0—
————–10-7-8-7———————————-3-
———-7-4———-7-4-7-9—————————-
——-5-7————————————————
—5-7—————————————————-
-7——————————————————–
————-3-2—3-2—————3-2—3-2———
—–3—3——-3—–2—–3—3——-3—–2—–3-
-2-4—4—4————-2-4—4—4————-2-4—
——————————————————-
——————————————————-
——————————————————-
The chorus chords are then repeated through the outro.
——-
Finish with fill in.
———

I hope that this is right (and that you can follow it alright), but if it
isn’t feel free to correct it.

Cheers,
Danny Male (dm5751@bris.ac.uk)
__________________________________________________________________________
Sick and Tired – The secret to this song is working out where to put the capo`s.
I think guitar 1 is
is capo’d on the 2nd fret and guitar 2 on the 7th.
Guitar 1 – capo 2nd fret
Intro/Verses – Dm A7 Dm Bb E A7 A7sus A7
Chorus – Gm C Fmaj7 Dm Dm- Dm x2
Gm C A7 Dm C Fmaj7 Dm Dm- Dm- Gm C Fmaj7 A7 A7sus A7
Dm Dm- A7 A7sus Bb E
000231 000030 003030 003040 000331 022100
Gm C Fmaj7
005333 032010 00321

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