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"Reject"
by Green Day
off the album .nimrod

The amounts of strokes are not fully accurate, those you can easily tell for 
yourself.  They are merely meant to recognise timing for you, to tell 
whether or not it is held for a while or just quick decorations, which there 
aren't many of in this song for Green Day.

Mike Dirnt always plays with a pick, this song is no exception.  He also 
plays with a snappy, punchy sound if you care to change your tone to get 
that tight-strung Green Day/Less Than Jake type bass feel that sounds like a 
banjo in heat.

(three snare/bass beats, then the bass & guitar come in)

Verse (starts off "Who the hell are you to tell me...")

G: ----------------------------------------------
D: ----------------------------------------------
A: -2--2--2------------4--4--4----------------
E: -----------4--4--4--------------2--2--2----

Pre-chorus ("...so when the smoke clears here I am")

G: ----------------------------------------------
D: -----------------------------------4-2-4-----
A: ------------------------2--2-2-------------
E: --0-0-0----3--3--3-------------------------
  (last 3 note decoration on first time only!)


G: ----------------------------------------------
D: ----------------------------------------------
A: ----------2--2-2-2--------------------------
E: --0--0------------------0---0----4--4-4--4-

G: ----------------------------------------------
D: ----------------------------------------------
A: ----------------------------------------------
E: -------3--3--3-3-3---2--2--2-2------------

Chorus:  ("...you're not my type")
[strokes are exactly noted here for you]

G: ----------------------------------------------
D: -------------------2--------------------------
A: --2--2------2----------2--2--2--2---0------
E: ---------2------------------------------------

Bridge:  ("...so when the smoke clears here I am"
[strokes are exactly noted here for you]

G: ----------------------------------------------
D: ----------------------------------------------
A: --------2------2----2----------5-------5----
E: --0--0----0-0---0------3--3-----3--3-------

G: ----------------------------------------------
D: -------------------4---------4---4------4---
A: -------5---2--2------2--2----2----2-2-----
E: ---3------------------------------------------

G: ----------------------------------------------
D: ---------4------4----------------------------
A: --2--2------2--------------------------------
E: ----------------------------------------------

Ending:  ("...to hell and back and hell again I've gone")

G: ----------------------------------------------
D: ----------------------------------------------
A: ----------------------------------------------
E: ---4--4--4--4---2--2--2--2-(for awhile)-

Final riff:  ("...say they're too strong")
[strokes are exactly noted here for you]

G: ----------------------------------------------
D: ----------------------------------------------
A: ----------------2----2-2-2-2---------------
E: --0--0--3--0--------------------------------

Order:

Verse X 2
Pre-chorus X 2
"Sucking up" bit X 1
"To hell and back" bit X 1
Chorus X 2
Verse X 2
Pre-chorus X 2
"Sucking up" bit X 1
"To hell and back" bit X 1
Chorus X 4
Bridge X 3
Ending X 1
Plays last note for several bars
Final Riff X 1

If you think I was on cheap crack when I tabbed this/you realise I am the 
coolest person in the world/you want to send some poor sod porno spam, my 
e-mail is:

i_dUNNO16@Hotmail.com

Tabbed by Lord Whitey the Magnificent

            
            
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Jordo141 483 Sep 02, 2010 01:17 PM

Can't follow it at all :/

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