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Trey starts the song with:

  A   C   G   D              A   E   Em   D
                  H                       * - toggle your selector switch back
and forth :)
|----------------------------------------------|
|-10---8---8---7--------------5---5---5----3---|
|--9---9---7---7--------------6---4---4----2---|
|-11--10---9---7-----7---7----7---6---5----4---|
|----------------7-9---9-----------------------|
|----------------------------------------------|

This is done twice as an intro, then there's a drum break, and then this
same progression is used fo the verses.  it's played two more
times as a verse.

The chorus goes like this:

A D E D  played 4X

Then play the verse progression once (w. distortion), then 2 more times as
the second verse.  then there's another chorus.

The break is:

C   D   A   G   C   D   E  (let the E chord hang for a while)

During that hanging E, trey does a little fill like this:

   H P H P H P H P H P H
|--------------------------|
|-8-9-8-9-8-9-8-9-8-9-8-9--|
|-7-9-7-9-7-9-7-9-7-9-7-9--|
|--------------------------|
|--------------------------|
|--------------------------|

Then the chorus part is played two more times.   There's a solo over the verse
progression, and the song ends on a big A chord.

here's a good starting point for the solo... just a bunch of unison bends
you can play each of them twice or let it ring out.  once you get to the
final unison bend, just go nuts in F#m penatonic for a few measures until
the progression starts over again

e-12-------15------10------5------12---------------|
b-12b(14)--15b(17)-10b(12)-5b(7)--12b(14)----------|
g--------------------------------------------------|
d--------------------------------------------------|
a--------------------------------------------------|
e--------------------------------------------------|

or another way it shows up a lot live

e-15---------------------------------------|
b-18b(20)-20------15-------10------17------|
g---------19b(21)-14b(16)--9b(11)--16b(18--|
d------------------------------------------|
a------------------------------------------|
e------------------------------------------|

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DSOTM420 10 Feb 03, 2007 10:31 AM

Hey man, I watched livein brooklyn and this is exactly how he played it! Great tab man.

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larry jones 371 Aug 13, 2007 05:09 PM

The guitar solo is the best part of the song. Come on!

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