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Brain Stew Tab

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Artist: Green Day
Song: Brain Stew
Album: International Superhits
E-mail: Markusbrownus2@hotmail.com

e----------------------------------------------------------|
b----------------------------------------------------------|
g----------------------------------------------------------|
d-7-7---6-6---5-5---4-4-3-3--------------------------------|
a-7-7---6-6---5-5---4-4-3-3--------------------------------|
E-5-5---4-4---3-3---2-2-1-1--------------------------------|

This is the whole song, but when he says "on my own here I go" you still play these chords in order and speed but just palm mute the strings below like so

e---xxxx---xxxx---xxxx---xx---xx---------------------------|
b---xxxx---xxxx---xxxx---xx---xx---------------------------|
g---xxxx---xxxx---xxxx---xx---xx---------------------------|
d7-7xxxx6-6xxxx5-5xxxx4-4xx3-3xx---------------------------|
a7-7xxxx6-6xxxx5-5xxxx4-4xx3-3xx---------------------------|
E5-5xxxx4-4xxxx3-3xxxx2-2xx1-1xx---------------------------|

I haven't shown how many times you should palm mute but if you listen to the song you should figure it out!
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DAN2 0 wrote on January 22 2002, 12:00 am

PRETTY GOOD

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blink_182_llama 51 wrote on February 13 2002, 12:00 am

THIS IS WRONG !!!!!!!!!!!

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Quiksilver 24 wrote on February 21 2002, 12:00 am

This is perfect dont listen to blink_182_llama he just a fag

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