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March In Day Light by Living Things
Tabbed by polo

standard tunning

1st guitar(with overdrive):

e---------------------------------------------------|
B---7-----7-----5---5-------7-----7-----5-----5-----|
G-6---6-7---7-4---4---4---6---6-7---7-4---4-4---4-4-|    x3
D---------------------------------------------------|
A---------------------------------------------------|
E---------------------------------------------------|

2nd guitar(with overdrive):

e--------------------------------|
B--------------------------------|
G-8--8-8-8p(9)p8-6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6-|
D-8--8-8-8p(9)p8-6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6-|
A-6--6-6-6p(7)p6-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-|
E--------------------------------|

b: pull off
(): note to reach


it's my first tab so it could be changed if someone doesn't agree with it.
(but I find it rather good ;-)


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burningaprilman 41 Aug 01, 2006 03:18 PM

i dont know what the chorus is but thats not it anyway its still a good song
and since youve heard of living things i give you props
anyway
its alright 4 stars

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burningaprilman 41 Aug 01, 2006 03:22 PM

i got it
its starts out f#m then you bend 7th fret on g string
then its b#m

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