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 Satisfaction de Rolling Stones

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Here's what I got: (I can't get no) Satisfaction - Rolling Stones ------------------------------ Riff: E--------------------------------- B--------------------------------- G--------------------------------- D--------------------------------- over and over during verses A-2--2~~---2-4-5~~----5-5^4-4^2--- ^ = pull off or slide E--------------------------------- chorus: E I can't get no A satisfaction E I can't get no A satisfaction E B7 And I try, and I try, E A and I try, and I try. (with riff) E A I cant get no E A I cant get no E A When Im driving in my car E A And that man comes on the radio E A And he's tellin' me more and more E A about some useless information E A Supposed to fire my imagination E A I can't get no tacet Oh no no no E A hey hey hey E A thats what I say chorus> When I'm watching my t.v. And a man comes on and tells me How white my shirts could be But he cant be a man cos he doesnt smoke The same cigarettes as me I cant get no, no no no. chorus> When I'm riding 'round the world And I'm doing this and I'm signing that And Im trying to meet some girl And tell me "Baby better come back maybe next week, Cos you see I'm on a losin' streak" I cant get no, no no no. hey hey hey I cant get no..... .. .. seeya eric Undercover - The Rolling Stones Mailing List ---------------------------------------------- Steve, The fingering I usually use is (in standard tuning) the low 'E' string open on the 2cd fret of the 'A' string. For the F#, the index finger plays low 'E' string, 2cd fret while the ring finger gets the 'A' string, 4th fret. For the G, just move both fingers up one fret: index 'E' string, third fret and ring finger 'A' string, 5th fret. Since I am primarily a rhythm player, I use a simple strum pattern on the chorus. I usually strike the strike the chord and let it ring for seven beats. Then I strum four sixteenth notes and move on to the next chord. I hope I'm clear on that...It's kind of hard to describe... The tab you sent over the list helped me greatly...especially on "Paint it Black". I seem to have alot f trouble copying minor-key songs.. Thanks for the 'G' tuning tip.