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Leave Before The Lights Come On Tab

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[Notes]
I tabbed this song by ear by listening to live tracks and the single but its essentially 
the only differences I can see are the number of times a note is played becuase that 
in the recordings i've heard.

[Update 12 August]
I have fixed some of the formatting, got rid of some non-sense.

NOTICE: though ive not seen this specific song played live, turner plays his
etc as barre chords arpeggiating them, this works here too so i assume he plays it with
barre chord:

E A D G B e
7 7 9 9 8 7

but modified to:

E A D G B    e
7 7 7 9 8-10 7
This means that on the B string you have a finger on both 8th and 10th frets so you also 
have to lift fingers rather than moving entirely for minimal movement while playing.

Standard tuning: EADGBe
No Capo
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------10-8---8---------8---------------8----------------------|
G|---9-9-9-9-9-9-9-9------9---9---------9-7-9-7---------9-7-9-7--7-----------|
D|------------------------------7-7-7-----------7-7-7------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
//note: I transcribed this with an acoustic but it should be right
| ( ) optional
===============================================================================

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bassist792 81 Aug 30, 2006 02:46 PM

bottom bits right :) but im too much of a dumbass to understand the bar chord thingy ma jiggy

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GLandolina 55 Sep 27, 2006 09:53 AM

hehe thanks, basically the chord bit means you hold a barre chord and just hit certain strings rather than moving about to pick it, the whole riff is just an arpeggiated barre chord... essentially.

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kierenwhittaker 10 Aug 19, 2009 02:41 PM

this sucks

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