DAVID BOWIE Conversation Piece (2) guitar tab

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Conversation Piece (2) by David Bowie DAVID BOWIE - Conversation Piece (2) guitar tab G D I took this walk to ease my mind Am To find out what's gnawing at me C G Wouldn't think, to look at me, Am that I've spent a lot of time in education C G It all seems so long ago Am I'm a thinker, not a talker C I've no-one to talk to, anyway G F I can't see the road C G for the rain in my eyes F C G Ahhh-huh, h...uh, huh G D I live above the grocers store, Am owned by an Austrian C G He often calls me down to eat Am And he jokes about his broken English, C G tries to be a friend to me Am But for all my years of reading conversation, C I stand without a word to say G F I can't see the bridge C G for the rain in my eyes F C G Ahhh-huh, h...uh, huh G A E And the world is full of life Bm Full of folk who don't know me D A And they walk in twos or threes or more Bm While the light that shines above the grocer's store D A investigates my face so rudely Bm And my essays lying scattered on the floor D A Fulfill their needs just by being there A G And my hands shake, my head hurts, D A my voice sticks inside my throat A G I'm invisible and dumb, D A no-one will recall me A G And I can't see the water D F G A through the tears in my ey-y-yes Zwolle, the Netherlands, 15-07-02 , 4:09 am (oops) I like this song very, partly because it shows what Bowie was feeling like at times when he was about 22-24. And partly, because you really hear what Bowie's voice really is: a bass, well, quite low, anyway... Done: - Found the chords for the greater part. All by just listening and playing along. - On accoustic guitar, almost all chords are open chords. If not possible, then as close to it anyway for a more "full" sound. The longer strings due to open chords give a more full sound. To do: - Haven't found out what chords exactly they play in the last. They're joking around with some chords until the ultimately have an A-chord at the end while Bowie sings the last line of the lyric :) Possible it's just : F-G-A


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