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                  Something Borrowed Something Blue - BEN LEE
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Tabbed by: Anthony C (rhcp_guitarist@ Ultmate Guitar)

Key: b = bend   rb = reverse bend
Tuning:Standard (high to low - ebgdae)
Main Riff (repeat many times)
e|---------------------------------------|
B|---3------3b4rb3-3-------1---------1---|
G|---------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------|
A|-3----3---------------1----0-----------|
E|------------------------------1--------|

then when he is about to end a verse, you play:
e|-------------|
B|---1------1--|
G|-------------|
D|-------------|
A|-1---0-------|
E|-------1-----|

Chorus (heavy fuzz distortion)
   C5        Bb5  F5
e|----------------------------|
B|----------------------------|
G|-55555555--3333-------------|
D|-55555555--3333-3333--------| 3 times
A|-33333333--1111-3333--------|
E|----------------1111--------|
(I get the feeling i could leave you on the interstate)

then on the "Something Borrowed Something Blue" bit, play:
   Bb5   F5
e|-------------------|
B|-------------------|
G|-3333--------------|
D|-3333-3333---------|
A|-1111-3333---------|
E|------1111---------|

repeat verses and chorus again, only this time
on the "something Borrowed Something Blue" bit, play this
over the Bb5 and F5 powerchords a few times. 
B|-3b4-rb3----|

there is no guitar in the interlude

play the main riff a few more times, 
then the chorus a few times (with the b string bends
from the d to the d#)
End by playing the main riff over a C5 power chord. 
Thats it....pretty easy. Enjoy! -Anthony

            
            
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rhcp_guitarist 248 Dec 26, 2004 07:00 PM, edited on November 9 2014, 09:41 pm

Revised Tab!

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TheFat1 10 May 15, 2006 07:33 PM

Main riff should also be Hammer-ons! Not just bending the string!

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tyler_j 1,519 Jun 27, 2007 12:29 AM

fantastic tab!

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