[Intro]: *[C/E C Dm G/B F C C G F **F/E **F/D C] - (RVB version only) C G F F/E F/D C C G F F/E F/D C C G Immortal invisible F F/E F/D C God on - ly wise G F C Looks at the world with a capital I Ab Eb Bb F But I've been here since time began C G F C As sure as God is named by Man C G F C Oh, tell me what could be G F C Holier than absurdity? [Instr]: C G F C C G F C C G Any ol' rich man, poor man, F C Beggar man, thief G F C Seem to share the same belief Ab Eb Bb F Although they take my name in vain C G F C They call on me to ease their pain C G F C Oh, tell me what could be G F C Holier than absurdity? [Instr]: C G F C C G F C C G You can worship me F C Any way you choose G F C Sometimes you'll win, but sometimes you'll lose Ab Eb Bb F But either way, I'm by your side C G F C To share your moral suicide C G F C Oh, tell me what could be G F C Holier than absurdity? [Instr]: C G F C C G F C Ab Eb Bb F C G F C C G F C Now it's time to end this game G F C After all, what's in a name? Ab Eb Bb F Forgive me, Lo-ord, if I've been wicked C G F C But I'm only a season heretic yeah! C G F C Oh, tell me what could be G F C Holier than absurdity? C G F C Oh, tell me what could be G F C Holier than absurdity? [Outro]: C G F C C G F C [Repeat 3 times for RVB version] NB: *The first part of the intro only occurs in the Re-cycled Vinyl Blues version of the song. (Some slight differences in the positioning of the chords in relation to the lyrics with the IBoR version of this song occur, since the lyrics here were matched more to the chords for the Re-cycled Vinyl Blues version. The chords remain the same for both versions, however). **Chords written as F/E, for example, indicate the chord to be played, followed by the accompanying bass note (in this case, an F chord with an E bass note). If desired, the chord can be played on its own without the bass note. This F/E and F/D chord sequence indicated is used throughout the entire song wherever the F --> C chord sequence occurs (it has just been omitted throughout most of the song for ease of reading the lyrics with the chords).
Very cool Ollie Halsall guitar.