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No World For Tomorrow Guitar Pro


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elysianhero wrote on February 9 2009, 08:17 pm

Hey! Great tab. Good thing too, since I don't have power tab or anything. Good job with it too. It sounds good! 5 stars!

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LessThanLuke wrote on April 30 2009, 09:05 am

Felkara, get off your high horse, the entire purpose of this site is the provision of tabs, not the right to hoard over ones own creation. All YOU did was take a track by an existing band and work out your means of playing it, you've absolutely no right to criticise someone for taking THAT work and improving upon it, or allowing it to reach a new audience.

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