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Relient K - Pressing On

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Relient K
Anatomy of the Tongue In Cheek
Pressing On
(c)2001 GoTee Records
Thomas(eastcoastpunk66@poppunk.com)

 [-----------------------------]
 [-----------------------------]
 [-----------------------------]
 [---3h4-----3-1---3h4-----3-1-]
 [-4---------------------------]
 [-------4-4-----6-----2-2-----]
   C#    G#      A#    F#

Verse:
(C#  C#/C  A#  F#) x4

Riff1
 [------------------------------]
 [------------------------------]
 [-6-8-8--6-8-8--8-1111--8-1111-]
 [-6-8-8--6-8-8--8-1111--8-1111-]
 [-4/6-6--4/6-6--6/9-9---6/9-9--]
 [------------------------------]

C#  G#  [Riff1]
C#  G#  F#  G#  C#

Chorus:
(C#  G#  A#  F#) x4
 G#  C#
 (Repeat)

 C#  G#  A#  F# (2x)

 (Intro 4x)
 (Goto the last 2 lines of the prechorus)
 (Chorus)

Ending:
(During this part he's softly picking notes in the C# Scale...mainly g string)
  F#  G#  C#

Comments about this tab

longears - 2004-03-18

if you want you can put the capo on the first fret and play C G Am F


drumboi21 - 2004-05-30

at the end of the chorus, instead of the G# and C#, i play F# and G#


hockeyfreaks77 - 2004-06-07

i'm pretty new at guitar and i'm teachin myself. i was wondering if instead of playing E on the 6th fret, could you play a on the 1st fret. are those two the same? great song and tab.


SwitchfootRulz! - 2004-06-27

hockey, yes u can. sounds good either way. just a personal preference really.


wes_c - 2004-06-29

GREAT TAB


ChurchPunk247 - 2004-07-31

Very good. I just have one comment. At the end of the "riff1" I play this:

[--------------]
[--------------]
[----10--11----]
[----10--11----]
[----8-/-9-----]
[--------------]

It's a little bit easier, but they both work fine.


rock on!!! - 2004-08-02

hey longears
you can play pressing on using C G Am and F
it's just in a different key


relientkboy - 2005-03-22

Hey good tab C#minor start AWESOME!!!


thechadisgreat - 2005-04-20

Goood, but i believe the root notes in the intro (C# G# A# F#) are played as power chords.


sharrkmaster - 2005-07-27

Yeah, playing it with Capo 1 is much easier.. but thats just a preference. And im pretty sure he plays power chords in the beginning.


simmonds - 2005-11-27

Rad man

GOD BLESS!!


strumforjesus - 2006-10-15

In the intro, I like to play the chord as the first note on each... instead of the 4th fret just play a C# chord, and on the second part an A# chord


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