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-<​code>​ 
-Taboo VI: The Homecoming - Going To Alaska 
- 
-D A G D A  D G D A  D A D 
- 
-D                G 
-The jacaranda are wet with color, 
-        D                            A 
-and the heat is a great paint brush, lending color to our lives, 
-     ​D ​                               G 
-to the air, and to out faces; but I'm going to Alaska 
-              D                         A 
-where there'​s snow to suck the sound out from the air. 
- 
-Dsus D 
- 
-D       G 
-Up, yes, in the branches, 
-D                       A 
-the purple blossoms, go pale at the edges; 
-         ​D ​                             G 
-there is moaning in the shifting of the sap, and I see in them traces 
-D                           A 
-of last year, but then they hadn't grown so strong, 
-D                                    G 
-and their limbs were more like wires. Now they are cables. 
-D                           ​A ​                   D 
-thick and alive with alien electricity,​ and I am going to Alaska, 
-     ​G ​                        D 
-where you can go blind just by looking at the ground, 
-A 
-where fat is eaten by itself 
-Dsus                         D 
-just to keep your body warm. 
- 
-D                         G 
-Because from where we are now, it seems, really, 
-    D                           A 
-that everything is growing in a thousand different ways; 
-D                                        G 
-that the soil is soaked through with old blood and with relatives 
-D                                           A 
-who were buried here, or close to here, and they are giving rise 
-D                                G 
-to what is happening. Or can you tell me otherwise? 
-     ​D ​                         A 
-I am going to Alaska, where the animals can kill you, 
-        D                     G 
-but they do so in silence, as though if no-one hears them, 
-        D                         A 
-then it really won't matter. I am going to Alaska. 
-Dsus                                D 
-They tell me that it's perfect for my purposes. 
- 
-D G D A 
- 
-D G D A... D... D down D up! 
-</​code>​ 
- 
 <​code>​ <​code>​
 edited by Mike/​carnac44@gmail.com edited by Mike/​carnac44@gmail.com
  
 Taboo VI: The Homecoming - Going To Alaska Taboo VI: The Homecoming - Going To Alaska
- 
-this is the album version. the above version is tabbed from the WFMU set.  
  
 For live versions, in standard tuning either go with above or: For live versions, in standard tuning either go with above or:
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 G                       D G                       D
 the purple blossoms, go pale at the edges; the purple blossoms, go pale at the edges;
-         G                              C +        ​G                              C 
-there is moaning ​in the shifting of the sap, and I see in them traces+there is meaning ​in the shifting of the sap, and I see in them traces
 G                           D G                           D
 of last year, but then they hadn't grown so strong, of last year, but then they hadn't grown so strong,
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
 +
 +<​code>​
 +Taboo VI: The Homecoming - Going To Alaska
 +
 +This version is tabbed from the WFMU set. 
 +
 +D A G D A  D G D A  D A D
 +
 +D                G
 +The jacaranda are wet with color,
 +        D                            A
 +and the heat is a great paint brush, lending color to our lives,
 +     ​D ​                               G
 +to the air, and to out faces; but I'm going to Alaska
 +              D                         A
 +where there'​s snow to suck the sound out from the air.
 +
 +Dsus D
 +
 +D       G
 +Up, yes, in the branches,
 +D                       A
 +the purple blossoms, go pale at the edges;
 +         ​D ​                             G
 +there is moaning in the shifting of the sap, and I see in them traces
 +D                           A
 +of last year, but then they hadn't grown so strong,
 +D                                    G
 +and their limbs were more like wires. Now they are cables.
 +D                           ​A ​                   D
 +thick and alive with alien electricity,​ and I am going to Alaska,
 +     ​G ​                        D
 +where you can go blind just by looking at the ground,
 +A
 +where fat is eaten by itself
 +Dsus                         D
 +just to keep your body warm.
 +
 +D                         G
 +Because from where we are now, it seems, really,
 +    D                           A
 +that everything is growing in a thousand different ways;
 +D                                        G
 +that the soil is soaked through with old blood and with relatives
 +D                                           A
 +who were buried here, or close to here, and they are giving rise
 +D                                G
 +to what is happening. Or can you tell me otherwise?
 +     ​D ​                         A
 +I am going to Alaska, where the animals can kill you,
 +        D                     G
 +but they do so in silence, as though if no-one hears them,
 +        D                         A
 +then it really won't matter. I am going to Alaska.
 +Dsus                                D
 +They tell me that it's perfect for my purposes.
 +
 +D G D A
 +
 +D G D A... D... D down D up!
 +</​code>​
 +
 +
 +
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