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Artist: My Chemical Romance
Song: Interlude
Album: Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge

Tabbed by: FaithlesSMuSE
Email: kiwibird82000@yahoo.com - email with comments, changes, slander, etc.

My first tab, and I'm pretty new to the guitar, so I might be wrong but I'm giving it a shot.

Tuning: e B Gb D A E
        Down 1/2 step

[Intro/Verse 1]

e |-----------2----------------2----------------2----------------2------|\\
B |-------2-------2--------2-------2--------2-------2--------2-------2--| \\
Gb|-----0---0---0--------0---0---0--------0---0---0--------0---0---0----| ||
D |-------------------------------------0----------------0--------------| ||
A |---------------------------------------------------------------------| ||
E |---2----------------2------------------------------------------------| ||
e |-----------2----------------2----------------2----------------2------| ||
B |-------2-------2--------2-------2--------2-------2--------2-------2--| ||
Gb|-----0---0---0--------0---0---0--------0---0---0--------0---0---0----| ||
D |---------------------------------------------------------------------| ||
A |---4----------------4----------------0-------------------------------| //
E |------------------------------------------------------4--------------|//

[Verse 2]

e |---------------------------------------------------------------------|\\
B |-----------2----------------2----------------0----------------0------| \\
Gb|-------3-----3----------3-----3----------2-------2--------2-------2--| ||
D |-----2---2-----2------2---2-----2------2---2---2--------2---2---2----| ||
A |---0----------------0------------------------------------------------| ||
E |-------------------------------------0----------------0--------------| ||
e |---------------------------------------------------------------------| ||
B |-----------2----------------2----------------2----------------2------| ||
Gb|-------3-----3----------3-----3----------5-----5----------5-----5----| ||
D |-----4---4-----4------4---4-----4------3---3-----3------3---3-----3--| ||
A |-------------------------------------4----------------4--------------| //
E |---2----------------2------------------------------------------------|//


e |---0~---2~---| Broken chord,
B |---2~--------| starting from
Gb|---5~--------| A-string.
D |---3~--------|
A |---4~--------|
E |-------------|

There are some note and pattern variations on the repeats of each verse.
Ex: The first (4) of the A-string on the second line of the first verse becomes (0h4) in its repeat.


| b  Bend
| ~  Vibrato

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somewhat_here 182 Oct 12, 2004 08:00 PM

good tab but instead of tuning down a half step on the third string, you can just play the fourth fret of the fourth string and adjust it to the other notes you play, like when you need to play the open fourth string, just play the fifth fret on the fifth string

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blink182fan9491 106 Dec 20, 2004 07:00 PM

you could do that but his way i find better

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lprobfreak1 10 Feb 23, 2005 07:00 PM

actually i find somewhat_here's way better. i don't like different tunings. so yeah, but either way works. Good Tab... great song... AWESOME band!

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