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D And D Chords

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D and D
Stephen Lynch
Tabbed by CaptainCasualty

Real easy, only two Chords: E,G

Intro (same as verse) E G E G E G E x4

repeat throughout song

  E      G                         E        G
I got my twelve sided die, and I'm ready to roll
       E      G             E
with a wizard and my goblin crew
   E           G                 E          G
My friends are coming over to my mom's basement
         E       G                E
bringing funions and the mountain dew.
        E         G          E          G
I got a big broad sword made out of cardboard
        E          G          E
and the stereo's a-pumpin'Zepplin
          E           G              E            G
It's that time of the night, we turn on the black light
        E                G       E
let the dungeons and the dragons begin

Yipee eye oh kiyay, motherf**ker!

                  -Bruce Willis, Die Hard
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Duff_Man wrote on July 27 2004, 12:00 am

1. At the end of each line, he hits an A ('crew', 'dew', 'zepelin')chord and mutes the strings afterwards then, goes back to the E, G progression.

2. The part where he hit "Let the Dungeons and the Dragons begin" Should slide from an A Chord up to a B chord.

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thekrnjigga wrote on February 12 2006, 07:46 pm

also its not E its Em

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agent_y wrote on April 19 2006, 08:13 pm

This song is amazing I dont care if it isnt tabbed perfect ITS AMAZING!!!!!!! Go Stephen Lynch!

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