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Artist - Go Radio
Song   - House Of Hallways
Album  - Lucky Street



Capo: 3rd Fret (Standard Tuning)

[All notes are relative to the Capo]



Intro:

e|--------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------|
G|-7---7-----6---6------4----4-----4--2-------------------|
D|-------0---------0-----------0------0-------------------|
A|---5-----5---5-----5----2------2----0-------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------|

e|---------------------|----------------------------------|
B|-------------------0-|----------------------------------|
G|-7---7-----6----2--4-|-4-----4-----4--------------------|
D|-------0--------0--0-|---0-----0-----0------------------|
A|---5-----5------0--2-|-----2-----2-----2----------------|
E|---------------------|----------------------------------|
                        ^ This part is    ^
                        ^ played quietly  ^
                        ^ or not at all.  ^

Verse:

e|--------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------|
G|-7---7-----6---6------4----4-----4--2-------------------|
D|-------0---------0-----------0------0-------------------|
A|---5-----5---5-----5----2------2----0-------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------|
(Play this riff 4 times)


Pre-Chorus:

"Tell me your name..."
e|--------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------|
G|---4----4-------6----6--------11----11-----11----11-----|
D|-----0------------0--------------0-----------0----------|
A|-2-----2---2/4------4-----4/9------9----9------9--------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------|
(Play this riff three times)

"Have you hidden doors..."
e|--------------------------------------------------------|
B|-0------------------------------------------------------|
G|-4--4-----4-----4------2--2-----2-----2-----------------|
D|-0----0-----0-----0----0----0-----0-----0---------------|
A|-2------2-----2-----2--0------0-----0-----0-------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------|

Chorus:

"As these souls rock hard..."
e|--------------------------------------------------------|
B|-0------------------------------------------------------|
G|-4--4-----4-----4------2--2-----2-----2-----------------|
D|-0----0-----0-----0----0----0-----0-----0---------------|
A|-2------2-----2-----2--0------0-----0-----0-------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------|

The rest of the chorus just repeats parts of the intro and verse in varying orders. You 
can just play that by ear, thats what I do. It should be once you've got this to start from.

            
            
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r0ckth3d34n 386 Apr 08, 2011 03:51 PM

I think you're tone deaf.

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727Helena 66 Jun 19, 2011 05:07 PM

I think you are. This sounds exactly like the song, if you play it with capo on three and all notes relative to the capo.

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r0ckth3d34n 386 Jul 17, 2011 03:30 PM

It's definitely not octaves, it's chords. the octave notes are essentially the top of the chord. And the high E string is dropped to a D.

In a nut shell, this is what the beginning chords should look like, and you don't need a capo:

d-------------
B--6---5---3--
G----0---0---0
D-------------
A--5---3---1--
E-------------


That's not what the rhythm is, but that's how it should sound. I'm not tabbing out the rest of it because I hate tabbing things out, but that's a lot better. You could play what he has in this tab on top of it all, maybe. The D5/A (F5/C relative to capo) chord might not really work too well, it sounds too full to my ears.

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