The Party Tab

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Artist: Matt Pond PA
 Album: The Nature Of Maps
  Song: The Party

Tabbed by: pepsidave14(at)gmail(dot)com



Pretty straight forward, listen to the song for the strumming pattern.
Lyrics are shaky at best.

Chords used:

      F       A#sus2   Gm
e: ---1-------1--------3-----
B: ---1-------1--------3-----
G: ---2-------3--------3-----
D: ---3-------3--------5-----
A: ---3-------1--------5-----
E: ---1-------x--------3-----


Intro: F

       F              F
If you wake up to the prize
       A#sus2            F
Of yourself and all your eyes
                 F             F
Then nothing will be just like this
              A#sus2      F
And nothing is about your will


Gm  A#sus2  F

F                             F
 The names are sitting on the phone
A#sus2                               F
  Inside where words are left behind
F                                   F
  It's hard to hear them coming out
A#sus2                             F
  When there's enough of everything

Gm                         A#sus2                          F
    This weekend there's a party! (it's good to have these goals)
Gm                            A#sus2
    We're finally getting somewhere!
Gm                            A#sus2       F
    These invitations, what a thrill!

F                               F
Sunday night is always bad, the school's not there but you still have
A#sus2                            F
The weekend that you left behind, it's inbetween the light and the line
F                                    F
It's time to quit from taking calls, and concentrate the evening falls
A#sus2                                   F
That's where it is you asked for worse, So cover up and cover off

(Repeat x 2)

Gm                         A#sus2                          F
    This weekend there's a party! (it's good to have these goals)
Gm                            A#sus2
    We're finally getting somewhere!
Gm                            A#sus2       F
    These invitations, what a thrill!

F

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