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Submitted by: Faceless

Hi, I figured I might as well tab this song, since I mostly figured it out so 
my band can play it. I have a five-string, and the fifth string is used in 
this song, as it's tuned down half a step. I'll tab it in five. 
This is a very confusing song, but it's pretty easy to play once you get the 
rhythm down.



Intro/chorus
G-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
A-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
E--6--6---------------44--44--------------------------------------------------
B--------6--6-467--7----------------------------------------------------------

Verse
G-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
A-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
E--6-------------------4----4-------------------------------------------------
B--------6----467--7----------------------------------------------------------



Yeah, the verse and the chorus have the same notes, just different rhythms.
The verse sometimes deviates up to the 7th and 8th frets on the E string
instead of the usual 4. Then there's a short part where the guitar plays a 
bunch of C#5's and variations thereof. Just play the 4th fret on the E string 
with the same rhythm as the guitar.




Bridge (This is cool)
G-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------6----6-8----------------------------------
A-----------------------------6--8-----8--------------------------------------
E--6--6---6-9--9---9-8--8---8-------------------------------------------------
B-----------------------------------------------------------------------------



I'm not entirely sure of that part's accuracy, but it does sound pretty sweet.




The part about falling to pieces
G-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
A-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
E--6-6--6--6-------6-6--6--6--------------------------------------------------
B------------6--6------------6--6--8--8---------------------------------------



I think that's it.

Comments about this tab

scottmitzi - 2004-01-28

weird as it is - this was a lot of fun


flyingblind41 - 2004-06-16

the progression is actually a walk down on the open Am chord. Starts with an Am, and the bass notes walk down from G F# to F and then back to the Am.


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