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OK so this is my first tab to please give me some slack on my writing abilities.

I've seen a lot of weird tuneings that people use to play this song but im lazy and do 
not like to tune.
 SO here is how you play 3 libras in standard. Listen to the song for how to put it together.

[Intro]

e ---------------------|
B -0--0-0--0-0--0-4--4-|
G ---------------------|
D --2----2----2----6---|
A -0-0--0-0--0-0--4-4--|
E ---------------------|

e ---------------------|
B -0--0-0--0-7--7-4--4-|
G ---------------------|
D --2----2----9----6---|
A -0-0--0-0--7-7--4-4--|
E ---------------------|

Play those two lines twice and then play this.

e -----
B -5--5
G -----
D --7--
A -5-5-
E -----  x4 and hold out the last one.

[Verse]

e ---------------------|
B -0--0-0--0-2--2-3--3-|
G ---------------------|
D --2----2----4----5---|
A -0-0--0-0--2-2--3-3--|
E ---------------------| x4

On the last one add

e ------|
B -4--4-|
G ------|
D --6---|
A -4-4--|
E ------|

Now after this it'll hit a little bit and maynard will be like, "here i am expecting
just a little bit...." this part is kinda weird

e -----------------------|
B -0--0-0--0-0--0-7--7---|
G -----------------------|
D --2----2----2----9-----|
A -0-0--0-0--0-0--7-7----|
E -----------------------|

e -------------------------|
B -4--4-4--4-5--5-5--5-----|
G -------------------------|
D --6----6----7----7-------|
A -4-4--4-4--5-5--5-5------|
E -------------------------|

Play through that twice and after the last one add

e ---
B -5-
G ---
D ---
A -5-
E ---

And hold it

Then start back at the first part of the verse and play all of this again. Then go to 
the chorus

[Chorus]

This one is kinda hard to explain. So your pretty much gonna play the same chords from
the first part of the verse. If you can hit the b string while struming these like a bar
chord almost it sorta works. But really the a and d string are all that matter here.

The sruming pattern i use is 1-2&3 or if your not great at counting music its
down-down-up-down then i rest on beat for. You know the pattarn you use for the verse 
and intro?
Its that pattern of play but instead of picking you strum if that makes sense.

e -------------------------------------|
B -0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0--2-2-2-2--3-3-3-3--|
G -------------------------------------|
D -2-2-2-2--2-2-2-2--4-4-4-4--5-5-5-5--|
A -0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0--2-2-2-2--3-3-3-3--|
E -------------------------------------| x4

[Bridge?]

This is the part where he is like "oh well" you literally play the intro all the way through.

e ---------------------|
B -0--0-0--0-0--0-4--4-|
G ---------------------|
D --2----2----2----6---|
A -0-0--0-0--0-0--4-4--|
E ---------------------|

e ---------------------|
B -0--0-0--0-7--7-4--4-|
G ---------------------|
D --2----2----9----6---|
A -0-0--0-0--7-7--4-4--|
E ---------------------|

Play those two lines twice and then play this.

e -----
B -5--5
G -----
D --7--
A -5-5-
E -----  x4 and hold out the last one.

[Outro]

Warning, i know for a fact this is different from the song but this is how i play it to sing.

Now the outro is played with the same strumming pattern as the chorus and i wrote it out
almost the same way. Instead of the chords from the verse tho, you use the intros chords.

e ----------------------------------|
B -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-4-4-4-4--|
G ----------------------------------|
D -2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-6-6-6-6--|
A -0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-4-4-4-4--|
E ----------------------------------| x8

            
            
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