Gravel

Gravel from Living In Clip by Ani DiFranco Verse 1: The bass plays on the drum beats. G-----------------------------------------------------------------| D-----------------------------------------------------------------| A--------------------2-----3--------------------------------------| E-------------5---------------------------------------------------| Chorus: G------------------------------------------------------------------| D------------------------------------------------------------------| A------------------------------------------------------------------| E-1--1-1--3-0-3-5--5-5--3--3-3-0----1-----1-1--3-0--3---5--5-5-----| G----------------------------2--2-2--------------------------------------| D---------2--3--3-3--5--2-5----------5-5-5--2-3--------------------------| A-3--3--5----------------------------------------------------------------| E-------------------------------------------------------------3----------| the second verse of the chorus is basically the same with a few variations that you can fool with yourself but the one worth noting is: G----------------------------| D-----------------3----------| A-----2----3--5--------------| E-5--------------------------| Now the part below comes directly after the first chorus and it is fast. the part where she says 'oh oh oh oh' etc: G-------------------------| D-------------------------| A--3--3---------3---------| E-5--5---0-3-5-5-5-3------| Verse 2 is like verse one with variations near the end and the second chorus is again, alike with very minor variations that you can even ignore BUT verse 3 goes: G----------------------------------------| D----------------------------------------| A-----2--3----------3--------------------| E--5---------0-3-5-5--5-3----------------| this continues till the very end. it is actually a combination of the verse figures and the 'oh oh' figure (for lack of a better name) note: i prefer playing 5's to 0's but you can just as well substitute if it makes your paying easier and still sound ok without too much ringing. transcribed by Aprile Whyte