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Goodbye Horses intro tab

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Intro

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Q. Lazzarus - Goodbye Horses

INFO AT: www.psyche-hq.de/goodbye-horses

Tabbed by KornKid480.

This song was featured in the movie "Silence Of The Lambs" and played during
the scene when Buffalo Bill was dancing in front of the video camera.

Standard Tuning

(Use A Vibrato Effect or Fast Whammy Bar Bending)
                    (these are 13s, not 1s and 3s)
e|---99------99------1313------1313---
b|------------------------------------
g|------------------------------------
d|------------------------------------
a|------------------------------------
e|------------------------------------

e|---99------99------1313--1414--1313-1414-1313-1414---
b|-----------------------------------------------------
g|-----------------------------------------------------
d|-----------------------------------------------------
a|-----------------------------------------------------
e|-----------------------------------------------------

That's all that I wanted to try and figure out.
Someone else should do the rest of the song, cause I'm too lazy.

Enojoy!

            
            
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lyingfromyou118 210 May 20, 2005 08:00 PM

This was quite far off. Perhaps I'll do a version if I get a chance.

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rattlehead_01 207 Jul 01, 2010 11:27 AM

This is right...it's just a fret too high.

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