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Elevate Me Later

   by S. Malkmus, Pavement
 
CHORDS USED IN THIS SONG

Dsus4

G

?

C

D

Am

"Elevate Me Later" by S. Malkmus, Pavement

Riff:

The first beat is Dsus4, hammer-on to make G.

     G (keep strumming)     ? (keep strumming)
     |                      |
A|-0-2h-------------------2-3---------------------
E|-3-3--------------------3-3---------------------
C|-2-2--------------------2-0---------------------
G|-0-0--------------------0-0---------------------

   G ? (keep strumming)   D   D (slide) F
   | |                    |   |-------->|
A|-2-3--------------------5-5-5---------8--8-8--8-8-----
E|-3-3--------------------2-2-2---------5--5-5--5-5-----
C|-2-0--------------------2-2-2---------5--5-5--5-5-----
G|-0-0--------------------2-2-2---------5--5-5--5-5-----

Verse:

[Dsus4][G]Well you [?]greet the tokens and [C]stamps
Under[D]neath the fake-oil burnin' [G]lamps
In the [Am]city we forgot to [C]name
The [D]concourse is four-wheeled [C]shame
And the [D]courthouse's double-[G]breast
I'd [Am]like to check out your [C]public protests
So [D]why you complaining? Ta![Riff][Riff]

[Dsus4][G]'Cause you [?]sleep with electric [C]guitars
Range [D]rovin' with the cinema [G]stars
And I [Am]wouldn't want to shake their [C]hands
'Cause they're [D]in such a high-protein [C]land
Because there's [D]40 different shades of [G]black
So many [Am]fortresses and ways to [C]attack
So [D]why you complaining? Ta! [Riff][Riff]

(This leads to a noisy apparent end-of-song breakdown on G...which goes right back into the riff again twice. At the very end, follow your last F with C.)


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