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Give Em Hell Kid Chords

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"Give Em Hell Kid"
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                   Give 'Em Hell Kid - My Chemical Romance
Tabbed by: Flurgon
Email: Flurgon@yahoo.co.uk
Tuning: Standard

Intro: D# A# B G# 
       D# A# B D
       D# A# B G# 
       D# A# B D

Oh baby here comes the sound!
                    A#      B         
I took a train outta New Orleans
    G#   D#      A#      B   D
And they shot me full of ephedrine
        D#               A#           B      G#
This is how they like to do it on the murder scene
       D#     A#     B   D
Can we settle up the score

   F#       F
If you were here
    D#           D
I'd never have a fear
           F#       F
so go and live your life
       D#           D
cos I miss you more than I did yesterday
D# A# B G#
     D# A#  B  D
You're beautiful

I hope you like that, I updated it and i think its alot better than the original
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TheGhostOfYou wrote on October 29 2005, 02:23 pm

Just by looking at it I can tell its very wrong. Oh, and after the chorus he yells "your beutiful!" not "your so far away" .

Try looking at some of the other tabs to get the idea...I know they have a good one around here somewhere....

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mcr_01_fan wrote on October 29 2005, 07:30 pm

Actually he says "Your so far away" during the second chorus....

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TheGhostOfYou wrote on November 11 2005, 07:22 am

Oh ok I thought he was put that as the part after the chorus where it like starts the intro again and Gerard yells "Your Beutiful", which he forgot to add.

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