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Song:Milk
Artist:Kings of Leon
Album:A-Ha Shake Heartbreak
Tabber:Alexthebeatle
-------------------------------------------------------------------------

HERE IT IS:CALEB'S FAVOURITE SONG OF A-HA SHAKE HEARTBREAK:
NOTE:(I've put the basic chords even the kings don't play any guitar chord
      in this song)


This is played all trough the song:
       Bm      C#m    A
|-------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|
|----------9------11-----7------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|
|------7-------9------5-------------5-6-7---|


CHORUS:this is the powerful BASS line of the chorus:
  Bm          C#m         D
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|-7--7--7--7--9--9--9--9--10--10--10--10--10--10--10--10-|

  Bm          C#m         A   (let Ring the A note)
|-----------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------|
|-7--7--7--7--9--9--9--9--5---------------------|


Guitar doubles this and goes briefly while bass rings at the end:
|---------------------------|
|---------------------------|
|---------------------------|
|---------------------------|
|----10-9--------10-9-------|
|-7------------7------------|


Then this beautiful BASS line:
|----------------------------------------------|
|------------------------4--4------------------|
|---------5-----7--7-----------7--5------5-----|
|-5---7-----7-------------------------7--------|


Again, in a brief interval:
       Bm      C#m    A
|-------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|
|----------9------11-----7------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|
|------7-------9------5-------------5-6-7---|


Bass plays first riff again and in the first line Matthew gives us a little lick, fit it in where it goes:
|----------------------------|
|----------------------------|
|----------------------------|
|12--9--x12--x9--/////16-----|
|----------------------------|
|----------------------------|


Bass part repeated, play lick over bass:
  Bm          C#m         D
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------|
|-7--7--7--7--9--9--9--9--10--10--10--10--10--10--10--10-|

Play five times,then:


  Bm          C#m         A (Let Ring the A note)
|-----------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------|
|-7--7--7--7--9--9--9--9--5---------------------|


With the guitar bit at the end:
|---------------------------|
|---------------------------|
|---------------------------|
|---------------------------|
|----10-9--------10-9-------|
|-7------------7------------|


Then the great little riff at the end played over the bass:

Palm Mute strings
|---------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------|
|-12--9--x12--x9--///14-----12--9--x12--x916--------------|
|----------------------------------------------------- |--|

|---------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------- |--|
|--12--9--x12--x9--12----12--9--x12--x9--\\\7-------------|
|----------------------------------------------------- |--|


Play this about 4 times, then the outro is simply the intro twice:
|-------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|
|----------9------11-----7------------------|
|-------------------------------------------|
|------7-------9------5-------------5-6-7---|

------------------------------------------------------------------------
And that's all. In this song as well as in TRANI, you can hear the biggest Kings of 
Without playing chords, they've created the best
acoustic song ever.
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WellWellMrBond wrote on February 2 2006, 06:29 pm

The opening line is incorrect. It's not as simple as that and it doesn't sound right.

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SpidersofZen wrote on February 13 2006, 08:51 pm

he actually got this round the wrong way.
The first verse should go 9 fret on the e string and 7 fret on the d string, then 11 fret on the e string with 7 fret on D and then 7 fret on e string and 6th fret on D.
Another easier way to do this is to do it on the a string. This makes it 4th fret on A string and 2nd fret on g string, 1st fret on D string and 2nd fret on g string then 2nd fret on A sring 1 fret on G string.
When i saw them live i believe it was played the second way and the g string was a wound string not an open wire string to give it that heavy string sound.
Any comments email me at ET2421@hotmail.com

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SpidersofZen wrote on February 13 2006, 08:53 pm

Oh and the Chorus is rather simple.
it goes 2nd fret to 4th fret as a slide on A string - 2nd fret on D string back to 4th on the A String then 4th on D as a hit from 2nd fret, then slide twice from 4th fret on D to 6th fret on D string - then 4th on d to 2 on D string, back to 4th on A and then finish on 2nd fret on the D string - maybe i should write this up?

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