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Happiness By The Kilowatt Tab

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One of the few Alexisonfire songs from their first two albums to be in standard tuning.

Intro, guitars 1 and 2

|-------------------------|
|-------------------------|
|-3/4-4-4-3-3-4/6-6-6-4-4-|
|-x/x-x-x-x-x-x/x-x-x-x-x-|
|-1/2-2-2-1-1-2/4-4-4-2-2-|
|-------------------------|

Then repeat the B octave, tempo changes, and then:

Guitar 1

G#5
|----------|
|----------|
|----------|
|-6~~~~~~~~|
|-6~~~~~~~~|
|-4~~~~~~~~| Let ring

E
|----------|
|----------|
|-1~~~~~~~~|
|-2~~~~~~~~|
|-2~~~~~~~~|
|-0~~~~~~~~| Let ring 
(This is the chord progression throughout the song)

G1 plays some lead parts in between the ringing chords, such as:
|------| |-----------|
|-0----| |-----------|
|--3---| |-8b^^^^^^^-|
|---4--| |-----------|
|----2-| |-----------|
|------| |-----------|

Repeat several times. 

Guitar 2 plays these lead parts:

|--------------------|
|-0--------0---------|
|--3--------3--------|
|---4/6~~~~--4/2~~~~~|
|--------------------|
|--------------------|

Verse starts, guitar 1 plays G#5 and E chord progression except clean, still letting them ring.

Guitar 2 plays this riff:
|------------------------------------------------|
|-4-4-0-5-5-0-4-4-0-5-5-0-4-4-0-5-5-0-4-4-0-5~~~~|
|------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------|

|-------------------------------------------|
|-4-0-7-0-5-0-444-0-7-0-5-0-444-7-0-5-0-444-|
|-------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|

Chorus

  G#5             E
|----------------------------------|
|----------------------------------|
|-----------------1111111111111111-|
|-66666666666666662222222222222222-|
|-66666666666666662222222222222222-|
|-44444444444444440000000000000000-|

Post chorus (George screaming part)

|-------------|    |-----------|
|-------------|    |-----------|
|-------------|    |-1-1-1-1-1-|
|-6-6-6-6-6-6-|    |-2-2-2-2-2-|
|-6-6-6-6-6-6-|    |-2-2-2-2-2-|
|-4-4-4-4-4-4-| x4 |-0-0-0-0-0-|
  * * * * *
Palm mute

Play that sequence 3 times, and then:

G1
|---|
|---|
|---|
|-6-|
|-6-|
|-4-| Repeat chord numerous times

Over that G2 plays this 4 times
|------|
|------|
|-4p3--|
|----4-|
|------|
|------|

Then guitar 1 plays the G#5 and E chords distorted, letting them ring.

Guitar 2, over them plays

|--------------------------------------------|
|--------0-----------0-----------------------|
|---------3-----------3----4h6p4-3-----------|
|---4~~~~--4/2~~~~~----4/6--------4~~~~2~~~~~|
|--------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------|

Then the same verse and chorus riffs as before except in second chorus G2 plays this riff repeatedly
|------|
|------|
|-4p3--|
|----4-|
|------|
|------|

Song ends on 

|---------|
|-0-------|
|--3------|
|---4-4h6-|
|---------|
|---------|
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xConverge wrote on April 14 2008, 08:29 am

its in D Flat, sorry...i remember seeing a dallas taylor interview somewhere on his myspace where he says *_*

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ErnestoSeaKing wrote on December 4 2008, 07:17 pm

who is Dallas Taylor?
it's Dallas Green.

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billysgottalent wrote on October 20 2009, 02:28 pm

A dallas Green interview by taylor guitars probably?

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