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The main melody, used for intro and verse.

  Am               G/B              F                Dm
E|----------------|----------------|----------------|----------------|
B|----------------|----------------|----------------|----------------|
G|----5-----5-----|----4-----4-----|----2-----2-----|----2-----2-----|
D|--7-----7-----7-|--5-----5-----5-|--3-----3-----3-|--3-----3-----3-|
A|7-----7-----7---|5-----5-----5---|3-----3-----3---|5-----5-----5---|
E|----------------|----------------|----------------|----------------|

The bass line can either be played in drop D to keep it closer to the original, or
played an octave higher if you don't want to tune down. I'm tabbing just the D string, your
call which D string you'll pick (a downtuned E string or the regular D string.) And yes, 
the timing is strange like that.

D|-7------------9-|------------5-3-|------------3-0-|--------------0-|

The chorus with the female vocals
Rhythm guitar:
[ Tab from: http://www.guitaretab.com/k/kavinsky/305031.html ]
  F             G                Em               F
E|1-------------3-|--------------7-|--------------1-|----------------|
B|1-------------3-|--------------8-|--------------1-|----------------|
G|2-------------4-|--------------9-|--------------2-|----------------|
D|3-------------5-|--------------9-|--------------3-|----------------|
A|3-------------5-|--------------7-|--------------3-|----------------|
E|1-------------3-|--------------0-|--------------1-|----------------|

Lead guitar:

  F                G                Em               F
E|----------------|----------------|----------------|----------------|
B|----1-----1-----|----3-----3-----|----------------|----1-----1-----|
G|--2-----2-----2-|--4-----4-----4-|----4-----4-----|--2-----2-----2-|
D|3-----3-----3---|5-----5-----5---|--5-----5-----5-|3-----3-----3---|
A|----------------|----------------|7-----7-----7---|----------------|
E|----------------|----------------|----------------|----------------|

You can also arpeggiate the Em based on the open chord. It's easier to play that way,
but, in my opinion, doesn't sound as good due to the open strings. This is how that would
look like:

  F                G                Em               F
E|----------------|----------------|----------------|----------------|
B|----1-----1-----|----3-----3-----|----0-----0-----|----1-----1-----|
G|--2-----2-----2-|--4-----4-----4-|--0-----0-----0-|--2-----2-----2-|
D|3-----3-----3---|5-----5-----5---|2-----2-----2---|3-----3-----3---|
A|----------------|----------------|----------------|----------------|
E|----------------|----------------|----------------|----------------|

2x intro \ 6x main melody
4x verse /
4x chorus
4x verse
10x chorus (it starts fading out after the 8th time it's played)        
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