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Tabbed by: FBA Ac1d
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Tuning: Drop D

   Opening Progression
e|------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-2-0-2---0-2-0-2-5-0-0-------------2-0-2---0-0-7-7-5--------------|
A|-2-0-2---0-2-0-2-5-0-0--(x3)-then--2-0-2---0-0-7-7-5--------------|
D|-2-0-2---0-2-0-2-5-0-0-------------2-0-2---0-0-7-7-5--------------|
                                          p.m. *

  "It goes one for the money homie..."  Verse
e|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---0h2-222222--5p2-2-5p2-2-5h7--(x3) then--0h2-222222--5p0-0-0h222-----|
A|-------******------*-----*---------------------******----------***-----|
D|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
p.m.
*
 Prelude to Chorus "Checky check, microphone"
e|-----------------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------|
G|----------2222222p00-3333/2222222--|
D|-0-7-7-5---------------------------|
A|-0-7-7-5---------------------------|not-sure-the-exact-number-of-picks-here-but-do-it-your-own-way
D|-0-7-7-5---------------------------|
   *        not super fast double picking right here listen

    Chorus     "Lights out!"
  Just play the opening progression for the chorus except add some muted scrapes across 
first 3 strings in between throughout the riff and slight harmonics. If you know what im 
about...Listen when he does it. It sounds really cool with the feedback hum.

e!-------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------------------------------|
D|-x-----------------------------------------------------|
A!-x-in between and throughout the chorus---or-----------|
D|-x---------------------------------------------2+------|

Then back to the verse riff and the prelude and chorus then...

 Bridge
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--7h9~--9p7~--(x2)--7-9-(x10)-/17-1719-1719-1719-1719-1719-1719------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------|

e!--------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--191919191919191919------------------------------------------------|
D|---like-I-said-on-the-prelude-do-this-how-ever-many-times-you-want--|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
 slow double picking, he's not Kirk Hammet


  heavy riff in bridge
e|---------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--7-5\2--7-5\2-x-2--------7-5\2--0-0-7-7-5---------------------|
A|--7-5\2--7-5\2-x-2--(x3)--7-5\2--0-0-7-7-5---------------------|
D|--7-5\2--7-5\2-x-2--------7-5\2--0-0-7-7-5---------------------|
                                   * *
   Repeat the Chorus and end on...
e|----------------|
B|----------------|
G|----------------|
D|--0-7-7-5-------|
A|--0-7-7-5-------|
D|--0-7-7-5-------|
    *

  One of if not the best P.O.D. song. I absolutely love the main riff. Its simple but 
so much. This song might also be in Drop C as well but I play it this way anyways as a 
version. I think its in Drop D though. Thanks!


| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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365_days_gone 4,287 Jan 16, 2007 11:34 AM

It's actually played on a 7-string guitar.

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FBA Ac1d 83 Jan 16, 2007 11:57 AM

There are several versions. Just some are easier and more intersting than others. But aside the tuning. The Drop D version is accurate.

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