According to Scott Wieland:


The main focus of what we're about is a rock band. But what I think makes the band and the music
special is that we have within an album certain sweet beautiful songs that are real special to us,
and "Sour Girl" is one of those songs. The lyrics are about a chapter that ended in my life, the
divorce of my ex-marriage. The video tells a beautiful story, we worked with Sarah Michelle Geller
and she is really a wonderful warm person to work with. The director, David Slade, is a
genius. I think it is an absolutely amazing looking video.

According to OLGA:




Date: Fri, 19 May 2000 17:10:26 -0400
From: Michael Atha 
Subject: s/stone_temple_pilots/sour_girl.tab

				Sour Girl - Stone Temple Pilots

	"Sour Girl" by Stone Temple Pilots, as heard on their CD: No. 4.
	
	Tab by Michael Atha: matha1@altavista.com

I learned this song as I watched their recent concert: "Stone Temple Pilots: Re-
fueled and Burning" - I assume it is the same on their CD.
	
	Intro:

e-----------------------------------------------1-1/3-3------------------------e
b-----------------------------------------------1-1/3-3------------------------b
g-----------------------------------------------2-2/4-4------------------------g
d-----------------------------------------------3-3/5-5------------------------d
a--5-7-8-8-8-7-------6-6-6-5--------------------3-3/5-5------------------------a
e---------------8--8----------7--7-8-8-8-7--1-1-1-1/3-3------------------------e

	Repeat Intro one time.

	Verse:     (x = muted string)

	e--5--5----------5-----1--3--------------3---------------e
	b--3--6----------6-----1--3--------------3---------------b
	g--x--x----------x-----2--4--------------4---------------g
	d--4--0----------0-----3--5--------------5---------------d
	a--x--x----------x-----3--5--------------5---------------a
	e--5--6----------6-----1--3--------------3---------------e
	   
           D  Bb7              F  G
          
           Hey..looking at     she was a..I met her

	Chorus:

(F) What would you dooo (C) ooo what would you (G) do if I followed 

(Bb) you, what would you (F) do if I (G) followed?


         F is voiced as in the Intro and Verse.

         C and G are standard open voicing.

	 Bb is voicd as a standard barr chord as follows:

		e--1
		b--3
		g--3
		d--3
		a--1
		e---

        
 	Thanks,
		Michael Atha
			matha1@altavista.com          

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