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About A Girl Chords

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Brilliant song and I'd hate to mess up the tabs but anyway!

The verse is very simply

Em, G

and the chorus is

C#, G#, F#, E, A, C

and the solo, well, there's loads of versions of it but this is the
simplist and it sounds exactly like the real song. Sounds great on acoustic and electric
so just pick up a guitar and try it!

It's something like this:

---------------------------------------------------------------|
---------------------------------------------------------------|
---------------------------------------------------------------|
----------------5---7---9--9--9---12---12----------------------|
--------5---7--------------------------------------------------|
----0----------------------------------------------------------|

play this 4 times and then go back in C#, G#, F#, do this twice
then go to E, A, C once and then back to the original Em, G pattern

The patterns easy to figure out from the song.

+~SHADYGURL~+
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skatersic666 wrote on April 7 2004, 12:00 am

The solo you tabbed out was partialy right but i play it like this:

|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------12--12--12----------|
|----------------5---7---9--9--9---12---12----------------------|
|--------5---7--------------------------------------------------|
|----0----------------------------------------------------------|

It sounds good either way but i like to play it my way.

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dark-cube2 wrote on August 19 2005, 12:00 am

no, it sounds better if u play the 12 on the D and G at the same time

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Richey wrote on January 10 2006, 07:20 am

yeah dark-cube2. i play it like that, too. sounds much better.
in some live acts kurt plays even the 9 on D and G. sounds great, too.

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