John Mark Mcmillan
John Mark McMillan Chemicals From "Economy" Tabbed by thechadmiller (Twitter) To play the main riff on the acoustic, use your thumb to play the G so you can hammer on the B string. For the F, hammer off the B string. John Mark plays the Am7 and C by sliding up the G position, but it plays fine in standard. Capo 2 Intro G - F - Am7 - C Verse 1 G F Am7 C G A room sometimes is a body with the loneliest view G F and porch lights grow dim with every onsetting hour Am7 C G and the stars seem so finite to you Chorus 1 Am7 G but love it ain't like the chemicals, babe F Am7 G cuz the chemicals don't hang around Am7 G everybody's drilling for a fountain of youth F Am7 C G losing years on the way down F Am7 C G losing years on the way down Verse 2 A melody can be exhausted babe, short of friend and fame cuz the birds they don't sing in the winter short of spring and even then they only sing in the day Chorus 2 but love it ain't like a melody babe cuz the birds don't hang around everybody's drilling for a fountain of youth but sometimes in these fountains they drown sometimes in these fountains they drown Bridge C G But I wanna love you when the blood of my veins don't know how to C Am7 C G call out your name, yeah I wanna love you when the birds don't hang around Solo over verse chords Chorus 3 but love it ain't like the chemicals, babe cuz the chemicals don't hang around everybody's drilling for a fountain of youth C G/B Bb6 Asus4 G but sometimes in these fountains they drown For the Bb6, play the chord in the intro to "Over the Hills and Far Away". That may not be what John Mark is playing, but he's just progressing down from C back to G, and that's a cool sounding chord. If you have any input or corrections, check out my blog for more info and let me know if you have any songs you need help with. God bless!