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Seven Deadly Sins – Traveling Wilburys

04/09/2010

Based on the classical 50’s chord progression. Ain’t nothin’ tricky about it except that the guitars are tuned 1/4 of a tune up (or are they? It depends on what part of the Atlantic you’re on). Oh, and by the way – have you noticed that Bob got the sins wrong?

         A     F#m    D
7 deadly sins
       E7              A     F#m    D
That's how the world begins
      E7                A     F#m    D
Watch out when you step in
    E7       A     F#m    D
For 7 deadly sins
E7       A     F#m    D
7 deadly sins
       E7             A     D
That's when the son begins
A7                   D
(7 deadly sins)
D                             E7
(sin number one) was when you left me
A                             A7
(sin number two) you said goodbye
D                               B7        E     B7sus4 E7
(sin number three) was when you told me a little white lie

D E D

7 deadly sins
Once it starts, it never ends
Watch out aroung the bend
A 7 deadly sins

(sin number four) was when you looked my way
(sin number five) was when you smiled
(sin number six) was when you let me stay
Sin number seven
Was when you touched me and told me why

7 deadly sins
So many rules to bend
Time and time again
7 deadly sins

SOLO

7 deadly sins
That’s how the world begins
Whatch out when you step in
A 7 deadly sins

A             D             A             D             A
Seven (seven) seven (seven) seven (seven) Seven (deadly sins)

Transcribed by Dawidsu & Janand (Dave & John)
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