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Hey Rosetta - Yes! Yes! Yes!
www.heyrosetta.com

Local Band From St.Johns Newfounland and seeing I can never find tabs from bands around 
I thought I would help out others who want to learn this catchy song

1. Starts with Bass but its same as guitar

Guitar One:
     Bm      D      E  A  E  A
E\------------------0-5-5-0-5-5----------------\
A\---2-2-----5-4----7-7-7-7-7-7----------------\
D\---4-4-----7-6----7-7-7-7-7-7----------------\
G\---4-4-----7-6-------------------------------\
B\---------------------------------------------\
e\---------------------------------------------\

2.Second Guitar Cuts in With little picking part:

     D      D       D        D             D
E\--------------------------------------------\
A\--------------------------------------------\
D\----------0--------0-------0----------------\
G\---2--------2--2-----2--2-----2--2--0----2--\
B\---3-------------------------------------3--\
e\---2----------2--2-----2--0-----2--------2--\
Note:Listen to the song for sounding right, I beleieve
The Guitatist is using HumBucker for the picking
Guitar switch to the bottom of guitar)

Back To main riff part 1

3.Now it gets into some regular chords
      Bm               E
E\--------------------------------------------\
A\----2222------------7777--------------------\
D\----4444------------9999--------------------\
G\----4444------------9999--------------------\
B\--------------------------------------------\
e\--------------------------------------------\
        oh no not again...
        Put you head on my leg...

4. More regular chords

     Bm      A      F#m    G
E\-------------------2-----3-------------\
A\---2--------0------4-----5-------------\
D\---4--------2------4-----5-------------\
G\---4--------2--------------------------\
B\---------------------------------------\
e\---------------------------------------\
...you got this feeling in you live...only get what you give

4. The guitarist does top part first then
does same thing again but does E instead of F#m and G

    Bm       A      E
E\------------------0-------------------\
A\---2--------0-----2-------------------\
D\---4--------2-----2-------------------\
G\---4--------2-------------------------\
B\--------------------------------------\
e\--------------------------------------\

5. During the little bass lead just play Bm
      Bm
E\------------------------------------\
A\-----2------------------------------\
D\-----4------------------------------\  x 8
G\-----4------------------------------\
B\------------------------------------\
e\------------------------------------\

6.Main riff again in part one but this
time some of it is palm muted (just listen for it.)

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

7. Part 3 again
   Part 4 again


8. Just Acoustic for a verse then back to normal

    Bm      A      F#m     G
E\-------------------2-----3-------------\
A\---2--------0------4-----5-------------\
D\---4--------2------4-----5-------------\
G\---4--------2--------------------------\
B\---------------------------------------\
e\---------------------------------------\

8.Listen for this part
    Bm       A      E
E\------------------0-------------------\
A\---2--------0-----2-------------------\
D\---4--------2-----2-------------------\
G\---4--------2-------------------------\
B\--------------------------------------\
e\--------------------------------------\
  ...great high with your head high...

9. Main riff once again to end the song

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

note: the end riff is a tad different same
chords just listen for the pause between
them and then the song ends

By: Geoff.R.Edmunds
representing Spokesmen

This Song isn't hard and is very catchy I hope you enjoyed it.
Long live Local Rock.

            
            
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Shep D 10 Jan 31, 2007 10:06 AM

I think you have the tab upside down man

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Spokesmen 31 Feb 01, 2007 08:09 AM

I know i do just forgot thats all. but if you read it you can understand what it is exactly sorry for the misstake.

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joemama 10 Apr 01, 2007 12:12 PM

quite a few mistakes here...ok, first off, during the "riff" part, its all played with power chords on the low E string (i.e. B is at the 7th fret and not on the 2nd fret of the A string). this is because the riff uses slides from chord to chord (i.e. slide from G to A (not hammering on) and the same from A to B, etc. Next, the beginning of the verse is not a D chord that he picks, but a Bm chord. Next, the "oh no not again" part uses a regular E chord, not the barre chord and with the B chord, include your middle finger on the 3rd fret B string (i.e. Bm...you'll notice it in the song). Finally, the chorus and "acoustic" parts use D, A, C#m (barre the 4the fret and hammer on the rest of your fingers to finish the chord (you can also hear this in the song), F#M, D, A, E (again, all "barre" chords except for the E). thats about it.

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