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The Hope Six Demolition Project (album)
Pj Harvey
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                                     PJ Harvey
                       THE HOPE SIX DEMOLITION PROJECT ALBUM
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Tabbed by: Pat Malavi
PJ Harvey's 9th studio album
Release date: April 15, 2016


-- Track listing -

1.  The Community of Hope
2.  The Ministry of Defence
3.  A Line in the Sand
4.  Chain of Keys
5.  River Anacostia
6.  Near the Memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln
7.  The Orange Monkey
8.  Medicinals
9.  The Ministry of Social Affairs
10. The Wheel
11. Dollar, Dollar


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                          Track 1 - THE COMMUNITY OF HOPE
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Verse          Chorus         Outro
----------     ----------     ----------
C   x3201x     C   x3201x     F   x3321x
D5  xx023x     Am  x0221x     Am  x0221x
F   x3321x     G   32003x     D5  xx023x
                              C   x3201x

Capo 4th fret


[Intro]

C  D5  F
C  D5  F


[Verse 1]

C                       D5               F         
  Here's the Hope Six Demolition Project, stretching down to Benning Road             
C              D5               F         
  A well-known pathway of death, at least that's what I'm told
C                    D5                  F                 
  And here's the one sit-down restaurant, in Ward Seven, nice
C          D5                     F         
  Okay now this is just drug town, just zombies but that's just life


[Chorus 1]

       C      Am    G   
In the community of hope
    C      Am    G    
The community of hope
    C      Am    G        
The community of hope
    C      Am    G
The community of hope, hope, hope, hope


[Verse 2]

C                       D5                    F  
  Here's the highway to death and destruction, South Capitol is its name
C                     D5                     F
  And the school just looks like a shit-hole, does that look like a nice place?
C                D5                 F
  Here's the old mental institution, now the Homeland Security Base
C                    D5               F
  And here's God's Deliverance Center, a deli called M.L.K


[Chorus 2]

       C      Am    G   
In the community of hope
    C      Am    G    
The community of hope
    C      Am    G        
The community of hope
    C      Am    G
The community of hope, hope, hope, hope


[Outro]

        F           Am      F  Am         F           Am      D5 C
They're gonna put a Walmart here, they're gonna put a Walmart here
        F           Am      F  Am         F           Am      D5 C
They're gonna put a Walmart here, they're gonna put a Walmart here
        F           Am      F  Am         F           Am      D5 C
They're gonna put a Walmart here, they're gonna put a Walmart here
        F           Am      F  Am         F           Am      D5 C
They're gonna put a Walmart here, they're gonna put a Walmart here


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                          Track 2 - THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
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B5    2244xx  (actually a B5/F#, shown as B5 for simplicity)
G5    355xxx
D5    5577xx  (actually a D5/A, shown as D5 for simplicity)
A5    577xxx
F#/A# 698xxx
E5    022xxx


[Intro]

B5  B5  B5  B5     B5
B5  B5  B5  B5     B5


[Verse 1]

B5                    B5
  This is the Ministry, Of Defence
B5                    B5
  Stairs and walls are, all that's left
B5                B5
  Mortar holes let, through the air
B5                      B5
  Kids do the same thing, everywhere


[Chorus 1]

G5                        D5
  They've sprayed graffiti, in Arabic
A5                   F#/A#
  And balanced sticks,    in human shit


[Verse 2]

B5                    B5
  This is the ministry, of remains
B5                  B5
  Fizzy drinks, cans, and magazines


[Chorus 2]

G5            D5
  Broken glass, a white jawbone
A5                F#/A#
  Syringes, razors,    a plastic spoon
G5          D5
  Human hair, a kitchen knife
A5                     F#/A#
  And a ghost of a girl,    who runs and hides
E5                        E5         B5  B5
  Scratched in the wall in, biro pen
E5               E5
  This is how the, world will end


[Sax Solo]

B5  B5  B5  B5     B5


[Verse 3]

B5                     B5
  There's the bus depot, to the right
B5               B5
  Leveled like a, a building site


[Chorus 3]

G5                        D5
  Those are the children's, cries from the dark
A5                   F#/A#
  These are the words,    writ under the arch
G5                     D5
  Scratched in the wall, in biro pen
A5               F#/A#               B5  B5
  This is how the,    world will end


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                            Track 3 - A LINE IN THE SAND
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Intro + Verse     Chorus + Outro
-------------     --------------
Em     022000     Bm   x2443x
G      320003     D    xx0232
Dsus2  xx0230     G    320003
                  F#m  24422x
                  A    x0222x
              
Capo 1st fret


[Intro]

Em  G  Em  Dsus2
Em  G  Em  Dsus2


[Verse 1]

Em              G             Em                 Dsus2
How to stop the murdering, by now we should have learned 
Em               G                 Em             Dsus2
If we don't then we're a sham, bad overwhelms the good
    Em             Dsus2
Bad overwhelms the good
Em          G             Em          Dsus2
Oh oh-oh oh oh, oh-oh-oh, oh oh oh oh oh


[Verse 2]

Em              G                    Em         Dsus2
What I've seen, yes it's changed how I see humankind 
  Em               G                  Em                  Dsus2
I used to think progress was made, we could get something right
   Em                  Dsus2
We could get something right


[Chorus 1]
Bm       D          G             F#m
  Enough is enough, a line in the sand
Bm      D                 G                F#m 
  Seven or eight thousand people killed by hand
Bm             D             G                 F#m
  They stepped off the edge, they did not step back
Bm      D                G            A       
  If we have not learned by now, then we're a
Em  G  Em  Dsus2
Sham
Em  G  Em  Dsus2


[Verse 3]

Em                G            Em                 Dsus2
When we first got to the camp, supplies were not enough
  Em              G             Em             Dsus2
I saw a displaced family eating a cold horse's hoof
   Em             Dsus2
Oh a cold horse's hoof
Em          G             Em          Dsus2
Oh oh-oh oh oh, oh-oh-oh, oh oh oh oh oh


[Verse 4]

   Em             G                 Em                Dsus2
We sent up tents, brought in water, air drops were dispersed
    Em           G               Em                Dsus2
But I saw people kill each other just to get there first
   Em                Dsus2 
Oh just to get there first


[Chorus 2]

Bm       D          G             F#m
  Enough is enough, a line in the sand
Bm      D                 G                F#m 
  Seven or eight thousand people killed by hand
Bm             D             G                 F#m
  They stepped off the edge, they did not step back
Bm      D                G            A       
  If we have not learned by now, then we're a
Bm  F#m  D  Bm
Sham
Bm  F#m  D  Bm


[Outro]

Bm           F#m            D           Bm
What we did, why we did it, I make no excuse 
   Bm                   F#m          D             Bm
We got things wrong but I believe we also did some good
Bm           F#m            D           Bm
What we did, why we did it, I make no excuse 
Bm           F#m           Em              
I believe we have a future to do something good

Em  G  Em  Dsus2
Em  G  Em  Dsus2

      Em        G         Em          Dsus2 
Oh oh oh, oh oh oh, oh oh oh-oh oh oh oh
      Em        G         Em
Oh oh oh, oh oh oh, oh oh oh


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                              Track 4 - CHAIN OF KEYS
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Intro + Verse     Chorus          Outro
-------------     -----------     ---------
F   133xxx        D    xx0232     A  x02220
Dm  xx023x        Em   022000     G  320033
C   x3201x        F#m  244222     D  xx0232
                  G    355433

[Intro]

F Dm    C
F Dm    C


[Verse 1]

F Dm        C  F       Dm                   C
Fifteen keys,  fifteen keys hang on a chain
    F Dm            C    F        Dm                      C
The chain is joined, the chain is joined and forms a ring
    F Dm       C    F       Dm                C       
The ring is in, the ring is in a woman's hand
      F Dm       C      F       Dm                  C     
She's walking on, she's walking on the dusty ground


[Chorus 1]

          D                   Em
The dusty ground's a dead-end track
              F#m             G
The neighbors won't be coming back
        D           Em
Fifteen gardens overgrown
        F#m            G
Fifteen houses falling down


[Verse 2]

F Dm    C
F Dm    C
    F Dm        C    F       Dm                       C
The woman's old, the woman's old and dressed in black
    F Dm            C    F         Dm                    C
She keeps her hands, she keeps her hands behind her back
    F Dm     C   F    Dm                      C
Imagine what, imagine what her eyes have seen
   F Dm        C   F       Dm                  C
We ask but she, we ask but she won't let us in


[Chorus 2]

         D             Em
A key so simple and so small
           F#m               G
How can it mean no chance at all?
         D             Em
A key, a promise, or a wish
           F#m               G
How can it mean such hopelessness?


[Outro]

A   G   D
   A         G            D
"A circle is broken", she says
   A         G            D
"A circle is broken", she says
F Dm    C
F Dm    C


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                             Track 5 - RIVER ANACOSTIA
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Verse 1 + 2        Chorus 1          Verse 3          Chorus 2
-----------      ------------      -----------      ------------
C/G  33201x      D#5   xx134x      D    xx023x      F     133211
G    32003x      Em    xx2000      A    x0222x      F#m   244222
Am   x0221x      F     xx3211      Bm   x2443x      G     355433
Dm   xx023x      Dm    xx023x      Em   x2200x      Em    x22000
                 C     x3201x                       D     xx023x
                 G     32003x

[Verse 1]

C/G   G  Am C/G  G
Oh my Anaco----stia
C/G    G     Am    C/G  G
Do not sigh, do not   weep
  Dm        C/G Am G
Beneath the overpass
     Dm       C/G     Am     C/G
Your savior's waiting patiently


[Verse 2]

C/G     G      Am C/G G
Walking on the wa----ter
C/G     G        Am C/G G
Flowing with the poi--sons
Dm       C/G   Am G
From the naval yards
     Dm      C/G    Am       C/G
He's talking to the broken reeds


[Chorus 1]

        D#5                 Em F Em 
Saying, what will become of us?
D#5                 Em F Em Dm
What will become of us?     Oh
C                  G 
Wade in the water, God's gonna trouble the water


[Verse 3]

  D         A        Bm     D A
A small red sunblish wait for night
D       A        Bm   D A
Trails away like a tail light
        Em    D      Bm  A       
Is that Jesus on the water?
Em      D      Bm        D
Talking to the fallen trees?


[Chorus 2]

        F                   F#m G F#m
Saying, what will become of us?
F                   F#m G F#m Em
What will become of us?       Oh
D                  
Wade in the water, God's gonna trouble the water


[Outro - no chords)

Wade in the water, God's gonna trouble the water
Wade in the water, God's gonna trouble the water
Wade in the water, God's gonna trouble the water
Wade in the water, God's gonna trouble the water
Wade in the water, God's gonna trouble the water
Wade in the water, God's gonna trouble the water
Wade in the water, God's gonna trouble the water


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                 Track 6 - NEAR THE MEMORIALS TO VIETNAM AND LINCOLN
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Chorus        Verse
---------     --------------------
D  x5777x     C#m  x4665x
G  35543x     C    x3555x
F  13321x     D    x5777x
A  57765x     G    x-10-12-12-12-x


[Chorus 1]

D            G            F           A
All near the memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln
D            G            F           A
All near the memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln
D            G            F           A
All near the memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln
D            G            F           A
All near the memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln


[Verse 1]

C#m  C
C#m  C

C#m                          C
    At the refreshment stand
C#m                            C
    A boy throws out his hands
C#m                             C
    As if to feed the starlings
C#m                              C
    But really he throws nothing
D                                G
    It's just to watch them jump
D                         G
    See the people coming
C#m                               C
    They're moving over the grass
C#m                                C
    To squeeze into plastic chairs


[Chorus 2]

D            G            F           A
All near the memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln
D            G            F           A
All near the memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln
D            G            F           A
All near the memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln
D            G            F           A
All near the memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln


[Verse 2]

C#m  C
C#m  C

C#m                           C
    Three notes, a bugle call
C#m                         C
    A black man in overalls
C#m                            C
    Arrives to empty the trash
C#m                           C
    Hauls it to a metal hatch
D                      G
    A doorway opens up
D                     G
    To the underworld
C#m                            C
    The boy throws empty hands
C#m                        C
    And the starlings jump


[Chorus 3]

D            G            F           A
All near the memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln
D            G            F           A
All near the memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln
D            G            F           A
All near the memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln
D            G            F           A
All near the memorials to Vietnam and Lincoln


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                            Track 7 - THE ORANGE MONKEY
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[Verse 1]

  Am                G                  F                 G
A restlessness took hold my brain, and questions I could not hold back
   Am            G           F            G
An orange monkey on a chain, on a bleak uneven track
Am              G           F               G
Told me that to understand, you must travel back in time
  Am                G                 F                      G        C
I took a plane to a foreign land, and said, "I'll write down what I find"
   Am G      Am G
Ah-ah ah, ah-ah ah


[Verse 2]

  Am                 G               F                     G
Beneath a mountain's jagged shelves, cloaked with snow and shadows sheer
Am                G                   F             G
Plates tipped up upon themselves, the pain of fifty million years
    Am                   G               F           G
And mules and goats were running wild, a happy chaos carried on
    Am              G                      F                G         C
And old men and the young boys smiled, and worked until the day was gone
   Am G      Am G
Ah-ah ah, ah-ah ah


[Verse 3]

    Am             G                    F                        G
The packs of sandy-colored dogs, walked streets that looked like building sites
    Am                 G                    F               G
But piles of rocks and dust and smog, could not block out a different light
     Am           G                F              G
When I returned I ran to meet, the monkey but his face had changed
   Am              G                F               G     C
He stood before me on two feet, the track was now a motorway
   Am G      Am G
Ah-ah ah, ah-ah ah
   Am G      Am G
Ah-ah ah, ah-ah ah


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                              Track 8 - MEDICINALS
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Verse           Chorus         Outro
-----------     ----------     -----------
Em   022000     D   xx0232     Bm   x24432 
Am   x02210     Em  022000     Em   022000
G    320033     C   x32010     F#m  244222
C    x32010                    G    355433
                               F#   244322
                               D    xx0232
                               C    x32010

Capo 1st fret


[Verse 1]

      Em                  Am
I was walking through the National Mall
G                C                          Am
Thinking about medicinals, how they used to grow there
Em                  Am
When the ground was a marshland
G              C                              Am
Undisturbed by human hands, and I heard their voices


[Chorus 1]

    D                   Em
The sumac said, "We are always here"
    D                    Em
The witch hazel, "We are always here"
    D                  Em
The sassafras, "We are always here"
    D                C
The bluestem grasses always here


[Verse 2]

Em  Am  G  C  Am
Em  Am  G  C  Am

  Em                 Am
I looked about, what did I see?
  G           C                               Am
Medicinals growin' around me, rising from the gravel
Em            Am
Sumac and the witch hazel
G                  C                                   Am
Come to soothe our pain, our souls, come to soothe our troubles


[Chorus 2]

    D                   Em
The sumac said, "We are always here"
    D                    Em
The witch hazel, "We are always here"
    D                  Em
The sassafras, "We are always here"
    D                C
The bluestem grasses always here


[Outro]

           Bm         Em   F#m            G   
But do you see that woman, sitting in the wheelchair?
         Bm                  Em     F#m               G
With her Redskins cap on backwards, what's that she's singing?
         Bm                Em       F#m         G
As from inside a paper wrapper, she sips from a bottle
  F#         Em   D       C      D
A new painkiller, for the native people


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                     Track 9 - THE MINISTRY OF SOCIAL AFFAIRS
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        Part 1               Part 2                    Part 3

      F    G#             Dm  A#/D   A         D     A#   G#   F#   F
e|--------------------|----1----1----0----|------------------------------|
B|--------------------|----3----3----2----|------------------------------|
G|--------------------|----2----3----2----|------------------------------|
D|----3----6----10----|----0----0----2----|----12----8----6----4----3----|
A|----3----6----10----|-------------------|----12----8----6----4----3----|
E|----1----4----8-----|-------------------|----10----6----4----2----1----|


[Part 1]

F                      G#            C
  You see them sitting,  in the rain, as the sky is darkening
F                        G#                C
  Three lines of traffic,  are edging past, the ministry of social affairs
F               G#              C
  At a junction,  on the ground, an amputee and a pregnant hound
F                      G#                   C
  Sit by the young men,  with withered arms, as if death had already passed


[Part 2]

Dm                    A#/D                 A
  Through every alley,    way and clenched, a million beggar's silhouettes
Dm                     A#/D             A
  Near where the money,    changers sit, by their locked glass cabinets
Dm                  A#/D               A
  What has happened,    let go and ask, the ministry of social affairs
Dm                     A#/D             A
  Near where the money,    changers sit, by their locked glass cabinets


[Part 3]

D                     A#        G#             F#  F
That's what they want,  oh yeah,  money honey
D                     A#        G#             F#  F
That's what they want,  oh yeah,  money honey
D                     A#        G#             F#  F
That's what they want,  oh yeah,  money honey
D                     A#        G#             F#  F
That's what they want,  oh yeah,  money honey
D                     A#        G#             F#  F
That's what they want,  oh yeah,  money honey
D                     A#        G#             F#  F
That's what they want,  oh yeah,  money honey


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                               Track 10 - THE WHEEL
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Intro + Outro     Verse         Chorus
-------------     ---------     ----------
E  x2210x         E  x22100     D   x5777x
A  x0222x         C  x3555x     Am  57755x
D  xx023x         G  35543x     Em  x22000
C  x3201x                       C   x3555x
                                G   35543x


Capo 1st fret


[Intro]

E  A  D  C  x8


[Verse 1]

    E                             C  G  C  G
A revolving wheel of metal chairs
E                                 C  G  C  G
Hung on chains, squealing
E                                 C  G  C  G
Four little children flying out
  E                               C  G  C  G
A blind man sings in Arabic


[Chorus 1]

D                         Am           Em                        C   G
Hey little children don't disappear (I heard it was twenty-eight thousand)
D             Am               Em                        C   G
Lost upon a revolving wheel (I heard it was twenty-eight thousand)


[Verse 2]

E                                 C  G  C  G
Now you see them, now you don't
E                                 C  G  C  G
Children vanish 'hind vehicle
E                                 C  G  C  G
Now you see them, now you don't
E                                 C  G  C  G
Faces, limbs, a bouncing skull


[Chorus 2]

D                         Am           Em                        C   G
Hey little children don't disappear (I heard it was twenty-eight thousand)
D               Am              Em                        C   G
All that's left after a year (I heard it was twenty-eight thousand)
  D               Am                 Em                        C   G
A faded face, the trace of an ear (I heard it was twenty-eight thousand)


[Verse 3]

E     C  G  C  G
E     C  G  C  G

  E                                     C  G  C  G
A tableau of the missing
E                                       C  G  C  G
Tied to the government building
      E                                 C  G  C  G
Eight-thousand sun-bleached photographs
E                                       C  G  C  G
Faded with the roses


[Chorus 3]

D                         Am           Em                        C   G
Hey little children don't disappear (I heard it was twenty-eight thousand)
D             Am               Em                        C   G
Lost upon a revolving wheel (I heard it was twenty-eight thousand)
D               Am              Em                        C   G
All that's left after a year (I heard it was twenty-eight thousand)
  D               Am                 Em                        C   G
A faded face, the trace of an ear (I heard it was twenty-eight thousand)


[Outro]

E  A  D  C 
               E                         A     D                  C
And watch them fade out, and watch them fade out, and watch them fade out
               E                         A     D                  C
And watch them fade out, and watch them fade out, and watch them fade out
               E                         A     D                  C
And watch them fade out, and watch them fade out, and watch them fade out
               E                         A     D                  C
And watch them fade out, and watch them fade out, and watch them fade out
               E                         A     D                  C
And watch them fade out, and watch them fade out, and watch them fade out
               E                         A     D                  C
And watch them fade out, and watch them fade out, and watch them fade out
               E                         A     D                  C
And watch them fade out, and watch them fade out, and watch them fade out
               E       
And watch them fade out


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                            Track 11 - DOLLAR, DOLLAR
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[Verse 1]

  G
A boy stares through the glass
     G
He's saying dollar, dollar
      D
Three lines of traffic passed
      C                   
We're trapped inside our car
    G
His voice says dollar, dollar


[Verse 2]

  G
I turn to you to ask (dollar, dollar)
    G                      
For something we could offer (dollar, dollar)
      D
Three lines of traffic passed (dollar, dollar)
   C
We pull away so fast (dollar, dollar)
G
All my words get swallowed (dollar, dollar, dollar, dollar)


[Verse 3]

G
In the mirror glass (dollar, dollar)
  Am7 
A face pock-marked and hollow (dollar, dollar)
     Am7
He's saying dollar, dollar (dollar, dollar)
  G
I can't look through or past (dollar, dollar)
  Am7
A face saying dollar, dollar (dollar, dollar)
  Am7
A face pock-marked and hollow (dollar, dollar)
G
Staring from the glass (dollar)

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