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e--------------------------------|---------------------------------|
B--------------------------------|---------------------------------|
G-5--7-5--4-7--5--4--------------|-----9--------5---------2--------|
D--------------------------------|---------------------------------|
A-3--5-3--2-5--3--2--------------|-----7--------3---------0--------|
E--------------------------------|---------------------------------|
Second Intro (pre verse)
e-1------------------------------|---1--------------3---3---3------|
B-1------------------------------|---1--------------3---3---3------|
G-2--9--9--9----9-----9----------|---2--9--9--9-----4---4---4------|
D-3------------------------------|---3--------------5---5---5------|
A-3--7--7--7----7-----7----------|---3--7--7--7-----5---5---5------|
E-1--0--0--0----0-----0----------|---1--0--0--0-----3---3---3------|

Verse-never thought this day would end

(N.B play these chords very messily as this is Omars technique)
(bar chords)

Cmaj-----------------------------|---Am-----------------------------

Chorus-so take your diamond bland shaped tears(bar chords)

-Cmaj---------------Gmaj---------|---Am---------------Fmaj------------|
-Cmaj---------------Gmaj---------|---Fmaaj----------------------------|

Repeat Second intro (as before)

Verse (as before)
N.B here the verse changes slightly:

e--------------------------------|----0-----------------------------|
B--------------------------------|----1-----------------------------|
G-5------------------------------|----2-----------------------------|
D--------------------------------|----2-----------------------------|
A-3------------------------------|----0-----------------------------|
E--------------------------------|----------------------------------|
Middle Eight
(bar Chords)
|-E----F-|-C----G-|-E----F-|-C----G-|-E----F-|-G------|-F-----|

here there is a small riff played by the guitar linking the middle eight and
the last chorus:
e-----------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------|
G-----------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------|
A-7-8---10---8-7-8------------------|
E-----------------------------------|

THIS STATION IS NON-OPERATIONAL

            
            
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Embroglio 369 Dec 03, 2007 03:32 PM

Although Omar does have a messy technique as you said in the tab, he actually played bass on this album, not guitar!
Haha, just a useless fact for anyone who reads this.

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