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There were alot of inaccurate tabs here, so I decided to put up a short tab for how 
I found it the best to play. Not complete song, but if you know a little guitar, you'll 
figure it out.
Note: I'm putting out the "rhytm"-guitar's part. Two guitars are used, where the other 
one just fills in with some high notes.

Capo on 1st fret.

For the intro and the chorus:

Chords in order: G D Em C & G D G-Em-C

--------------------      ------------------|
-0------3------0----     -0-----3--0--------|
-0----2----0h2----0-     -0---2----0-0------|
-0----0----2------2-     -0---0------2-2----|
-----------2------3-      -------------3----|
--------------------      ------------------|


 Chords in order: G G D D Em Em C C

This part is not what you'll be hearing in the song, because the other guitar is playing 
higher tones, but it is correct.

Am Am Em Em G G D D

Am Am Em Em G G C C

It'll both sound better, and be more fun if you try to vary around the chords. That's 
why I wrote which chords were used.
Excuse me for being a little messy. I hope you understand, and enjoy the song!
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Januxii wrote on December 21 2013, 05:42 pm

Sounds great! But could you maybe add the tabs for the other guitar too? ;)

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