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Artist: Chevelle
Song: Black Boys on Mopeds
Album: Wonder What's Next

*Before I get into the tab just note: This is a cover song originally written by Sinead 
Chevelle did not write this song...although they did an excellent cover*

Tuning
B F# B E G# C#

This is a very easy song to play and I love the tone Chevelle gives it by using this low 
There are only 3 main chords played the entire song, so I'll just tab them out with the 
of times they're played and the rhythm will be easy to pick up

INTRO/Verse/Corus
C#|--0-------0--------0-------------------------|
G#|--3-------10-------8-------------------------|
E |--2--(5x)-9--(5x)--7--(8x)-------------------|
B |--0-------7--------5-------0-----------------|
F#|--0-------7--------5-------0-(1x)------------|
B |--0-------7--------5-------0-----------------|

The last open B chord is just to transition back to the first chord, you can play it or 
leave it out. That's it, very easy song but it's an amazing cover and fun to play, enjoy!

            
            
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Godsmackkid1113 15 Apr 16, 2010 09:09 AM

This is my tab, forgot I wasn't signed in when I sent it in. If there's any questions feel free to ask.

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Godsmackkid1113 15 Apr 16, 2010 09:11 AM

And this song was originally by Sinead O'Connor...some of the text got cut off I guess.

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