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Down by law - Get Out

Tabbed by: Andy M. (andy.mailbox@gmx.net)
Chords:
         E         e
D:       x x 0 3 2 3
A:       x 0 2 2 2 x
E:       0 2 2 1 0 0 


The Intro starts with the following riff:
                                                                                          let ring  let ring
Intro Riff:            e -------- 0-0-0-2-4-4-4-4-4-2-0-0-2-0---------2-2-2----2-2-2-4-0-0-2-4-0-2-
                       b-----0--------------------------------------2-0-0---------0-------------------------
                       g--
                       D-- 
                       A--
                       E--
                                                                                          let ring   let ring
                       e-----4-5-7-7-7-5-4-4-5-4-2-0-0-2-0----------2-2-2-----2-2-2-4-0-0-2-4-2-0
                       b-----0-------------------------------------2-0-0----------0------------------------
                       g--
                       D-- 
                       A--
                       E--

after a short break, both guitars play:
DAEEEEEEEEE     (4  times)

then:
rythm guitar plays     ADEEEEEEEEE     (2 times)

lead guitar (starts when rythm guitar hits 1st E chord)
                    e --------0---------0-------5-4-2-0-0      
                    b-----0-------0-0------00--------------
                    g--
                    D--
                    A--
                    E--

Bridge w/ E chunk    (hit the E-Chord 4-5 times, but play chunk notes only = mute with left hand)

Now the Verse starts, all other verses follow the same progression so I'll just write 'Verse-Prog' later:

Verse-Prog:
A(9 times)                                        E    E       D     D 
with a rumble of boots and a soldier's suit they march through irish land -
A( 9 times)                                      E     E    D   D     A (about 4 times)
fresh faced boys turned to grim young men with a union jack in hand
E (9 times)                          A    A     D   D 
look to the roof for trouble boy and don't trust anyone-
E (9 times)                                   A   A     D   D     E(4 times) AADDEEEE
your're a foreigner in a foreign land and you don't belong my son-------

Pre Chorus w/  E chunk

Chorus.Prog:  
EAEAA (played over the vocals during whole chorus) then DAEEEEEEEEE  4 times

Verse2 w/ Verse-Prog  (see above)

Bridge w/ E chunk 

Chorus w/ Chrous-Prog 

Now a comes a new sequence, the rythm guitar plays the listed chords, the lead guitar plays the riff:

      E                                  DD        AA        

e---4-5-4-5-4- (continue...) -----------------------5-4-2-0-0

Don't think this is a catholic (...)  I sing a different song


      E                                                         rythm guitar out

e---4-5-4-5-4- (continue...) ------------------------------     lead guitar out

     No excuse to split a country(...) you know best   England I love you in so many ways


      E             DD    AA             D D  A A

e--------------------5-4-2-0-0----------5-4-2-0-0

But let's put this crap to rest


Bridge w/ E chunk

Chorus:   EAEAA like before but then at the end you play ADEEEEEEEEE ( 3 times)

That's it, hope you enjoy the song!

            
            
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