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Diane by Husker Du.

The main riff is based on  Am chord diagramAmAm, F chord diagramFF and G chord diagramGG. I think it's played on the bass, but
you can play it on a guitar like this

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You just repeat that all the way through the song, while Bob Mould goes
mild in Am chord diagramAmAm on top of you. I don't know what Bob plays, but I doubt I'd
have the stamina to type it in even if I did. There is no tune. Just
shout the words in as evil a voice as you can manage and then split up
and form Sugar and Nova Mob instead. The words below may not match the
Husker Du version exactly, because I've been listening to Therapy's cover
version aswell and they change some of the words, add violins and sing in
tune. It just isn't rock n' roll is it kids?


			Diane - Husker Du

	(Probably composed by Grant Hart, I can't remember.)

Hey, little girl, do you need a ride?
There's room in my wagon, it's parked right outside
We can cruise down Roberts Street all night long
But I think I'll just rape you and kill you instead

Diane

I hear there's a party down at Lecove
It'll be so much easier if I drove
We could check it out, we could go and see
Come on take a ride with me

Diane

Lay down in the reeds for a while
I put all your clothes in a nice, neat, little pile
You're the cutest girl I've ever seen in my life
But it's all over now and with my knife

Diane

Transcribed 5th November 1995 by David Linley.
Please send your comments to dal23@hermes.cam.ac.uk

PS You can also sing the words to the rave song "Put your Lovin' arms
around me" to the same backing and impress your friends.

Jez - I don't think the line "there's a party at Lecove" is right, Do you
know what it should be?


From dal23@hermes.cam.ac.uk Sun Nov  5 23:42:24 1995
 paubert@math.unice.fr, guitar@nevada.edu,
        Jeremy Oates <JDGO2@hermes.cam.ac.uk>
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Diane by Husker Du.
Recently covered by Therapy.


The main riff is based on  Am chord diagramAmAm, F chord diagramFF and G chord diagramGG. I think it's played on the bass, but
you can play it on a guitar like this

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--7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7---3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3---5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5---5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-------|
--5-5-5-3-3-5-5-5---3-3-3-2-2-3-3-3---5-5-5-3-3-5-5-5---5-5-5-3-3-5-5-5-------|
--5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5---1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1---3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3---3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-------|

You just repeat that all the way through the song, while Bob Mould goes
mild in Am chord diagramAmAm on top of you. I don't know what Bob plays, but I doubt I'd
have the stamina to type it in even if I did. There is no tune. Just
shout the words in as evil a voice as you can manage and then split up
and form Sugar and Nova Mob instead. The words below may not match the
Husker Du version exactly, because I've been listening to Therapy's cover
version aswell and they change some of the words, add violins and sing in
tune. It just isn't rock n' roll is it kids?


	Diane - Husker Du

Hey, little girl, do you need a ride?
There's room in my wagon, it's parked right outside
We can cruise down Roberts Street all night long
But I think I'll just rape you and kill you instead

Diane

I hear there's a party down at Lecove
It'll be so much easier if I drove
We could check it out, we could go and see
Come on take a ride with me

Diane

Lay down in the reeds for a while
I put all your clothes in a nice, neat, little pile
You're the cutest girl I've ever seen in my life
But it's all over now and with my knife

Diane

Transcribed 5th November 1995 by David Linley.
Please send your comments to dal23@hermes.cam.ac.uk

PS You can also sing the words to the rave song "Put your Lovin' arms
around me" to the same backing and impress your friends.

Jez - I don't think the line "there's a party at Lecove" is right, Do you

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