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Mad As Rabbits chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##

Artist: Panic At The Disco
Song: Mad As Rabbits
Tabbed by: Manthony
03.23.08

TUNING: (E A D G B E)


Chord Diagrams:

 
  G#  Bb  Ebsus2  Dsus2  C#sus2  Fm
|--4---6-----6------5------4------1-------------|
|--4---6-----6------5------4------1-------------|
|--5---7-----8------7------6------1-------------|
|--6---8-----8------7------6------3-------------|
|--6---8-----6------5------4------3-------------|
|--4---6-----x------x------x------1-------------|


G#                              Bb     
Come save me from walking off a windowsill
        C#sus2        G#
or I'll sleep in the rain.
G#                        Bb
Don't you remember when I was a bird
    C#sus2      G#
and you were a map?

(Ebsus2 / Dsus2 / C#sus2)

G#                         Bb
Now he drags down miles in America
C#sus2       G#
briefcase in hand.
G#                           Bb
The stove is creeping up his spine again,
      C#sus2     G#
can't get enough trash.



Bb / C#sus2


.......................................

   Ebsus2   C#sus2   G#
He took the days for pageant
  Ebsus2  C#sus2 G#
Became as mad as rabbits
     Ebsus2  C#sus2 Fm
With bushels of bad habits
Fm        G#      C#sus2
Who could ask for anymore?
Fm            G#   C#sus2
Yea who could have more.

......................................


G#


G#                              Bb
His arms were the branches of a Christmas tree
             C#sus2       G#
preached the devil in the belfry.
G#
He checked in
                     Bb                      C#sus2       G#
to learn his clothes had been thieved at the train station.
G#
Rope hung his other branch
    Bb               C#sus2     G#
and at the end was a dog called bambi
G#                     Bb
Who was chewing on his parliaments
        C#sus2   G#       Bb
when he tried to save the calendar business,
C#sus2   G#       Bb
tried to save the calendar business.


.......................................

   Ebsus2   C#sus2   G#
He took the days for pageant
  Ebsus2  C#sus2 G#
Became as mad as rabbits
     Ebsus2  C#sus2 Fm
With bushels of bad habits
Fm        G#      C#sus2
Who could ask for anymore?
Fm            G#   C#sus2
Yea who could have more.

......................................



G#



G#                       Bb
The poor son of a humble chimney sweep
C#sus2    G#
fell to a cheap crowd
G#                             Bb
So stay asleep and put on that cursive type
Bb          C#sus2    G#
you know we live in a toy.

(Ebsus2 / Dsus2 / C#sus2)
G#                          Bb               C#sus2    G#
Paul Cates bought himself a trumpet from the salvation army

G#                          Bb
But there ain't no sunshine in his song
        C#sus2   G#
We must reinvent love,
C#sus2   G#
reinvent love
C#sus2   Bb      C#sus2
reinvent love. 


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   Ebsus2   C#sus2   G#
He took the days for pageant
  Ebsus2  C#sus2 G#
Became as mad as rabbits
     Ebsus2  C#sus2 Fm
With bushels of bad habits
Fm        G#      C#sus2
Who could ask for anymore?
Fm            G#   C#sus2
Yea who could have more.

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
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shooshi123 133 Apr 01, 2008 07:24 AM

This tabs great :)

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Hic-Jacet 10 Apr 02, 2008 02:51 PM

awesome job bro

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BCarey2293 131 Jan 28, 2009 06:51 PM

I was just playing these Chords on bass, to get an Idea for the bass part, and I was thinking if you tuned your guitar in half step down it would be easier. I'm not saying this song is in half step down, but if it was it would just be simpler.

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