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Like many older game songs, adapting it to guitar involves a bit of interpretation. This version blends several of the instruments for play on a single guitar with whistling for the melody. Was this info helpful? Yes No
Note that the X in the strum pattern is a MUTE, not a dead note stroke

You can play the strum pattern a few ways, but I think it sounded best when I mimicked
 the bass by playing the lower strings lightly muted on beats 1 and 3, and then playing
 the whole chord or the higher strings on all the other strokes.

I just whistle the melody.


[ Main Verse ]

I like to alternate between G# and G#7 every other measure for this part because both
 fit quite nicely but you can just play one the whole time and it still sounds good.

3x:
 C#m              G#
  1       2       3       4
 C#m             G#7
  1       2       3       4


[ Solo ]

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

m = mute


[ Verse 2 ]

 F#m              A
  1       2       3       4
 F#m              A
  1       2       3       4
 F#m              A
  1       2       3       4
 F#m              A       G#
  1       2       3       4


[ Chorus ]

For this part I like to open up and play everything open except for the A7 and G#,
 which I mute afterward.

 C#m              B
  1       2       3       4
 F#m              A7      G#
  1       2       3       4


[ Ending ]

Stroke pattern is similar to the verse, but the last line is just straight chords
 muted after each beat.

 C#m              G#
  1       2       3       4
 C#m     G#7     C#m     C#m
  1       2       3       4

For the last beat if you want to be fancy instead of playing the same C#m you can
 slide up and play:

E|-9-|
B|-9-|
G|-9-|
D|---|
A|---|
E|---|

            
            
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