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Someone In London Tab

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Andrew Zara 3,569
Band- Godsmack
Song- Someone In London
Album- Godsmack
Tuning- Drop D

Intro/Verse:                          1st time                               
e|-----------------------------------|-------------|         
B|---------------5-------------------|-------------|          
G|------full--------7----------------|-------------|   
D|------6^---3-0------------------6^-|-----0----0--|          
A|----5-----------------------5------|-------------|          
D|--0---------------------0----------|--3-----2----|       

  2nd time          
e|-------------------|         
B|-------------------|          
G|-------------------|          
D|------0-----0---0--|                 
A|----3-----2--------|          
D|--3-----2----1-----|
          
          
end chord: Let Ring out          
e|---------|          
B|-----3~--|          
G|-----2~--|          
D|-----0~--|    THEN IT JUMPS INTO "GET UP, GET OUT"          
A|-----0~--|     If you are listening to the cd that is...
D|-----0~--|         
                                

ENJOY!!!
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squierjunkie526 16 wrote on July 26 2007, 07:34 pm

this is spot on man
great job

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Emo-Slayer 721 wrote on April 13 2008, 09:23 pm

like ten notes are off and thats most of the song

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