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Stone Temple Pilots
Black Again
Standard tuning


Be aware that I did this all by ear, and it sounded good enough. But if you find something
to add, go on ahead.


Intro
A.                             B.
-----------------------------|-----------------------------|
-----------------------------|-----------------------------|
---7-6----4-5----3-2----3-5--|---7-6----5-4----3-2----3-5--|
-----------------------------|-----------------------------|
-----------------------------|-----------------------------|
-5------3------1------2------|-5------3------1------2------|

^Do it in this order: A A B A (listen to the song, its all in the same section)

Verse

-0--0-0--0-0---|-3-3-3-3-3---|
-1--1-1--1-1---|-3-3-3-3-3---|
-0--0-0--0-0---|-3-3-3-3-3---|
-2--2-2--2-2---|-5-5-5-5-5---|
-3--3-3--3-3---|-6-6-6-6-6---|
-0--0-0--0-0---|-3-3-3-3-3---|
              ...tired and lonely...
              ^listen for the chord switch, you'll hear a sliding noise.
               (and I'm not positive thats the chord, but it seems to work.)

Chorus-  (I did a lot of improv on this part, but it sounds cool anyway.)

--------------------------------------------|
-7--5-7--5-7--7---3----7--5-7--5-7--7---3---|
-0--0-0--0-0--0---0----0--0-0--0-0--0---0---|
--------------------------------------------|
--------------------------------------------|
--------------------------------------------|

^and on this, I'm not too sure if he's got the open G string, but it sounds decent
acousticly.

"She'll never really be alone..."

Just strum a G (320033) and that should work.


The solo...just hum along like Scott does if you're by yourself. If you've got a
second guitarist, go for it, it should be easy enough to figure out, I'm just too
lazy to do it myself.

            
            
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