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Everywhere I Go Tab

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Difficulty
Tuning
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D G C F A D
Hollywood Undead- Everywhere I Go
Swan Songs - 2008

Tuning: Dropped D


[Intro] 

(main riff)

e|--15-15-15--13-------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------*15----16-16-16-16-13-*15----16-16-16--13-15-15-15----------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e|-------------------------|
B|--11--13-13-13---10-*8---|
G|-------------------------|
D|-------------------------|
A|-------------------------|
D|-------------------------|

Its sort of a chineese/ oriental sounding riff and in the song it sounds like theres a 
tremolo picking at the end of the * notes


[Verse/Chorus]

e|-------|
B|-------|
G|-------|
D|--5----|
A|--5----|
D|--5----|
    .

e|-----------------------|
B|-----------------------|
G|--------------5-7------|
D|--5~--7~--8~-----------|
A|-----------------------|
E|-----------------------|

************************************

| ~  Vibrato
| *  

************************************
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bokeson 13 wrote on February 7 2009, 08:26 am

this is a great tab. nicely done

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loki'scurse 70 wrote on March 14 2011, 11:31 am

excelente muy bueno! (excelent very good)

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arbleich 48 wrote on October 18 2011, 08:57 am

the 'chinese/oriental' sounding thing is called a mandolin.
just so you know.
Good tab.

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