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One of my favorite songs from the new album. I don't think these chords actually
exist, but I think they sound just like them.



Guitar 1. Main Strumming Pattern. Reapet each chord as needed.

E|--------------------------|
B|-----------3--------3-----|
G|--9--------2--------4-----|
D|--0--------0--------0-----|
A|--x-----------------------|
E|--8-----------------3-----|


Vibe part

E|-------------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------2~----4~----2~----4~----|
D|-0~----2~----0~----0~----------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------|


Guitar 2 (4:27) Right before, "You hate it all in you, you hate it all in you"

E|------------------------|
B|-3/5~~------------------|
G|-----------2~~----0~~---|
D|------------------------|
A|------------------------|
E|------------------------|


Play that once, and from then on play

E|-5-7~~------------------|
B|-3/5~~-----5~~----------|
G|-----------2~~----4~~---|
D|------------------5~~---|
A|------------------------|
E|------------------------|

Thank you so much! I hope you love it.
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wehateyourhate 10 Dec 19, 2008 09:17 AM

actually, 2 of the 3 chords in the main strumming pattern do exist:
the second is D5, and the third is G (they're both variations of the original chords)
the first chord is really close to a C6 add9 (with no 5th), or a D9 (with no 3rd)... if the A string was played as an open string.

good job!

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