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Shout At The Devil Tab

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Shout At The Devil 
written by Motley Crue
as performed by Sum 41 at the mtv 20th birthday celebration.

tabbed by Roy Kirby

intro                       chorus
pm...        pm.            pm..    pm.    pm.

Sum 41 only played the intro and then played the chorus for a while.
Tommy Lee also played drums with the band during this song, No Sleep
Till Brookeland, and You Got another Thing Coming with Rob Halford on

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