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Submitted by: Krarwoodwatcher

Artist: Shaun Groves
Album: White Flag
Song: What's Wrong With This World
Released: July 2005

Intro:
Guitar 1: (the chords are better played as the following)
  A                B                D                E
e-5555555555555555-7777777777777777-5555555555555555-7777777777777777
B-5555555555555555-7777777777777777-7777777777777777-9999999999999999
G-6666666666666666-8888888888888888-7777777777777777-9999999999999999
D-7777777777777777-9999999999999999-7777777777777777-9999999999999999  x2
A-7777777777777777-9999999999999999-5555555555555555-7777777777777777
E-5555555555555555-7777777777777777-5555555555555555-7777777777777777

Focus on the lower 4 strings (E,A,D,G) for A and B, the middle 4 for D and E,
Alternatively, you can try hitting really hard with distortion and let it ring

Guitar 2:
e-------------------------------------------------------------------------
B-------9--10-----------9--10------------9--10----------------------------
G-9--6--------9-6-9--6---------9-6-9--6---------11-11--9--11--13(let ring)
D-------------------------------------------------------------------------x2
A-------------------------------------------------------------------------
E-------------------------------------------------------------------------

Treat -- as 1 count, - as 1/2 count, no rests for guitar 1, it should match up

Verse 1:
Guitar 1 (palm mute)
  A           D           F#m                 E
e---------------------------------------------------------
B---------------------------------------------------------
G-------------77777777----1111111111111111----99999999----
D-77777777----77777777----1111111111111111----99999999----x2
A-77777777-x2-55555555-x2-9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 -x2-77777777-x2-
E-55555555------------------------------------------------

Again, no breaks or rests in transition

Guitar 2  (play in the last 8 power chords of guitar 1)
e-(--------)-55-55-(--------)-55-55-(--------)-55-55-(--------)-9 9 -9 9 -
B-(--------)-55-55-(--------)-55-55-(--------)-55-55-(--------)-1111-1111-
G-(--------)-66-66-(--------)-66-66-(--------)-66-66-(--------)-1111-1111-
D-(--------)-77-77-(--------)-77-77-(--------)-77-77-(--------)-1111-1111-x2
A-(--------)-------(--------)-------(--------)-------(--------)-----------
E-(--------)-------(--------)-------(--------)-------(--------)-----------

Second time around, play the 9,11,11 only twice

Chorus:
Guitar 1&2
  A                B                D                E
e-5555555555555555-7777777777777777-5555555555555555-7777777777777777
B-5555555555555555-7777777777777777-7777777777777777-9999999999999999
G-6666666666666666-8888888888888888-7777777777777777-9999999999999999
D-7777777777777777-9999999999999999-7777777777777777-9999999999999999  x2
A-7777777777777777-9999999999999999-5555555555555555-7777777777777777
E-5555555555555555-7777777777777777-5555555555555555-7777777777777777

Second time around, cut the E short for the acapella part for first chorus.
Leave for the second chorus.

Verse 2:
Guitar 1 (palm mute)
  A           D           F#m                 E
e---------------------------------------------------------
B---------------------------------------------------------
G-------------77777777----1111111111111111----99999999----
D-77777777----77777777----1111111111111111----99999999----x2
A-77777777-x2-55555555-x2-9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 -x2-77777777-x2-
E-55555555------------------------------------------------

Guitar 2 (change distortion, use Clean JC120 wah or similar, "wah" to -ah)
         Start on the 4th chord of guitar 1
e----55-55-(55-55)---55-55-(55-55)---55-55-(55-55)---9 9 -9 9 -(9 9 -9 9 -)
B----55-55-(55-55)---55-55-(55-55)---55-55-(55-55)---1111-1111-(1111-1111-)
G----66-66-(66-66)---66-66-(66-66)---66-66-(66-66)---1111-1111-(1111-1111-)
D----77-77-(77-77)---77-77-(77-77)---77-77-(77-77)---1111-1111-(1111-1111-)x2
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Bridge:
Guitar 1:
  B       C#m      D        E
e------------------------------------
B------------------------------------
G------------------------------------
D-9-------11-------12-------14-------x2
A-9-------11-------12-------14-------
E-7-------9 -------10-------12-------

Let it ring...
Hold the E the second time around

Guitar 2 plays the root note on the upper octave(s?) with ringing distortion
(use the -ah, the upper wah)

Chorus ver.2:
e-5-------7-------5-------7-------------------
B-5-------7-------7-------9-------------------
G-6-------8-------7-------9-------10-10-10-10-
D-7-------9-------7-------9-------10-10-10-10-
A-7-------9-------5-------7-------8 -8 -8 -8 -
E-5-------7-------5-------7-------------------

Again, focus on the lower 4 strings, then the middle

Intro
Verse 1
Chorus
Intro
Verse 2
Chorus
Bridge
Chorus ver.2
Chorus (x2)
Intro (x1.5, play the set of chrods three times)
End on the A.

Heads up:  Guitar 2 throws in a few quirks, like playing the next octave up 
           chord in the chorus a few times.  Just listen for 'em, they're easy

Whew!  I hope this is right.  This is my first written tab...
Rock on, Jam your heart out, Win some girls', or guys' heart (jk)!
GOD BLESS!!!

Jonathan Lin

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