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Tabbed it out by ear. Sounds pretty good to me. Have fun :D

Standard Tuning.


The '2/3' part at the end of the intro is the mandolin sound at the end before Nick 
singing. I don't know what the instrument is really called but yeah, sorry.

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AnnoyingXP 482 Jan 12, 2010 04:12 PM

the part where it says to hammer on to the second fret (D|--0h2--) on the 4th string is wrong

it should be a hammer on on the third string second fret to the fourth fret (G|--2h4--) that's how i play it

except for that everything else is good
nice tab

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Brent.R 30 Jun 29, 2010 11:15 AM

IMO it sounds better when the 2 on the top e string (right before the 2h4 as annoyingXP suggested, which is right as well) is changed to a 0 (open string).

I also have a hard time switching back to the Dsus2 chord right after that 2h4 part, so i just play 0-0-2-0 and it sounds fine

Other than that you hit this spot on, good job

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LuiisLabra 10 Sep 24, 2010 08:31 PM

great tab
actually it's all based on the D chord :)

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