Burden Of Tomorrow
Tallest Man On Earth
Helping you out, Stobeatles I totally agree that this is the best song on the album. Maybe one day someone will post it with drop tuning, but this is standard tuning. (To make fingerwork easier: put capo on second fret to make it an F# chord but with an E fingering. Get it? In which case you'd be fingering E, A, E, A B, c#m, A, B... for the beginning of the verse) **Note: When playing the final chord of the chorus, I believe the artist's tuning creates a B chord with a Major 7th added, or Major B7 chord (not a dominant 7, which instead would add a minor 7th). At this moment, either a B, a Major B7, or an a# minor chord sound pretty good to me. (( Intro )) F#, B, F#, B, F#, B, C#, B F# B F# Oh I was sent to find the lonesome place B C# Where I was lost but left to trace Bbm B C# By carving riddles on the lonesome vine F# B F# Oh but rumor has it that I wasn't born B C# I just walked in one frosty morn Bbm B C# Into the vision of some vacant mind (( chorus )) B C# F# B **(optional: add 7, I think it's heard in Matsson's tuning.) Oh once I held a pony by its flagging mane B C# F# B And once I called the shadow in the turning game Bbm C# B C# But I will fight this stranger that you should fear Bbm C# B F# So I won't be a burden of tomorrow dear (( Interlude or something. )) F#, B, F#, B F# B F# Aww Xavier's on the border of the sun B C# Swings on the chambers of your guns Bbm B C# And tries to shoot the chord and light the path F# B F# Aww but hell I'm just a blind man on the plains B C# I drink my water when it rains Bbm B C# And live by chance among the lightning strikes (( chorus )) Oh once I held a glacier to an open flame And once I felt like wildcat in the fallen game But I will fight this stranger that you should fear So I won't be a burden of tomorrow dear F#, B, F#, B, F#, B, F# (( chorus )) Oh the singer's on the edge to feed the canyon's mouth They will go on forever til they sing you out of time But I will fight this stranger that you should fear So I won't be a burden of tomorrow dear WHAT A GREAT TAB IN PROGRESS!