COMPUTER AGE - NEIL YOUNG
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from: TRANS


Submitted by: Niklas Aronsson (e96na@efd.lth.se)
Corrections by: Wolfgang Deimel

NOTES:
The main riff can be played with the familiar NY-trick using Bm shape and just
lifting your first fingers, like in Crime in the city/ Sixty to zero. But it
sounds "cleaner" and is "easier" in the 7th position.

INTRO:
G  Em  (4 times)
Bm G A (4 times)

RIFF:
Bm                       G            A
E---------------------------------------------
B------7--------------------------------------
G------------9--7-----------------------------
D---/9-------------9--------------------------
A---------------------------------------------
E---------------------0--2--3------0--3--5----

(w/ RIFF)
Bm               G        A            Bm           G  A
Cars and trucks      Fly by me on the corner
Bm           G      A                     Bm     G A
But im all right   Standin proud before the signal
Bm               G       A                       Bm      G  A
When I see the light    I feel like more than just a number
Bm                       G          A            G       F#
And I stand by you     Or else we just dont see the others

G        A      G          A        G          A
Computer Age    Computer   Age      Computer   Age

(like INTRO)

Bikes and vans    Fly by me on the corner
But Im alright    Standing out here in the hot sun
When I see the light   I feel like more than just a number
And I stand by you    Or else we just don't see the others
Computer Age Computer Age Computer Age

D                A      Bm             F#m
Precious metal lines   Molded into highways
G                D         G           A
Running through me so   microscopically
D            A      Bm                 F#m
Days and nights, weeks and months and seasons
G           D     G         A
rolling through me chronologicly

I need you to let me know that there's a heartbeat
let it pound and pound and you'll ber flying like a free bird
And you need me like ugly needs a mirror and day by day the
horizon's gettin clearer
Computer Age        Computer Age    Computer Age