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Bill Hicks was an American comedian who used actual intelligence to craft some very 
prominent pieces of satire that was very relevant to the early 90s and can still be viewed 
as relevant to this very day.
Apart from being a comedian, Bill Hicks excelled at playing guitar as well: in the bands 
MarbleHead Johnson and Lo-Fi Troubador.

This song is played at the end of the first track off of the Arizona Bay album.
The track is called "Goodbye You Lizard Scum" but I think it'd be better off being 
called "Arizona Bay"

Very short song with a certain chord progression being played in the background, this 
tab is just for the lead. If someone could figure out the chords being played that be epic.

Standard Tuning

|------------12-9---------------------11-12-9-----------------------------------|
|--5-7-5-7/9----------5h7p5-5-7-5-7/9-------------5h7p5-5-7-5-4-5-4-0-----5h7p5-|
|-----------------2h4-------------------------2h4---------------------2h4-------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Bill Hicks Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Hicks

If you are interested in my own blend of Psychedelic Rock (Tool meets 70s psychedelia) please check out
www.reverbnation.com/pleroma Thanks guys!

            
            
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