Glycerine Chord Chart
by Bush

Welcome to my Glycerine chord chart by Bush. I’m a big fan of 90s rock and Bush was a great band with some pretty cool tunes. This song requires the knowledge of power chords and a little bit of syncopated rhythm. The use of palm muting is also helpful at times which is why this song is a little bit more intermediate in speed. I really don’t have an easy beginner version other than if you would like to play bass notes on the top string (F - 1st fret, Bb5 6th fret) and fifth string (C5 - 3rd fret, D5 - 5th fret).

The strumming pattern below is a very common accented 8th note rhythm that used a lot in rock guitar.

Strumming:
> > >

1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +
DD DD DD DD 

Glycerine Chord Chart
by Bush

Intro: F5  C 5  D5  Bb5

Verse 1:

F5                          C5                    D5  
    It must be your skin I'm sinking in
                    Bb5                        F5
must be for real ‘cuz now I can feel
                     C5                      D5
and I didn't mind it's not my kind
                    Bb5                  F5
It’s not my time to wonder why
                             C5                                D5
Everything gone white and everything's gray
                    Bb5                      F5
Now you're here now you're away
                    C5                       D5
I don't want this--remember that
                 Bb5                       F5
I'll never forget where you're at
                      C5        D5   Bb5
Don’t let the days go by

Chorus 1:
          F5  | C5 -   Bb5 - |
Glycerine
          F5  | C5 -   Bb5 - |
Glycerine

Verse 2:
F5                 C5                                D5
    I'm never alone I'm alone all the time
                 Bb5               F5
are you at one or do you lie
                     C5                              D5
we live in a wheel where everyone steals
                     Bb5                                F5
but when we rise it's like strawberry fields
                         C5                          D5
If I treated you bad you bruise my face
                             Bb5                                   F5
couldn't love you more you got a beautiful taste
C5                    D5      Bb5  F5                            C5         D5    
  Don’t let the days go by       could have been easier on you
                   Bb5                             F5                                     C5        D5        
I couldn't change though I wanted to     Should have been easier by three
                        Bb5                     F5   C5 (½)   Bb5 (½)    
our old friend fear and you and me

 Chorus 2:

          F5  | C5 -   Bb5 - |
Glycerine
          F5  C5
Glycerine
                      D5       Bb5            F5   C5
Don't let the days go by   Glycerine
                      D5       Bb5            F5   C5  D5 Bb5
Don't let the days go by

Bridge:

F5     C5       D5            Bb5
                Glycerine Glycerine
F5     C5       D5            Bb5
                Glycerine Glycerine
D5                 Bb5
     Bad moon white again
D5                  Bb5                            Bb5             Bb5
      Bad moon white again  As she falls around me

 Verse 3:
F5                     C5                                    D5

  I needed you more when we wanted us less

                  Bb5           F5                         C5
I could not kiss just regress It might just be
                            D5                    Bb5                                     F5

clear simple and plain That's just fine, that's just one of my names
C5                   D5        Bb5  F5                        C5         D5            Bb5   

   don't let the days go by         could've been easier on you, you, you

 Chorus 3:

          F5  | C5 -   Bb5 - |
Glycerine
          F5  | C5 -   Bb5 - |
Glycerine
          F5  | C5 -   Bb5 - |
Glycerine
          F5  | C5 -   Bb5 - |  F (hold)
Glycerine

 

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This file is the author's own work and represents his interpretation of this song. It's intended solely for private study, scholarship or research.
 

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