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                             Music When the Lights go out - The Libertines
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Tabbed by: matthawkins
Email: mattyhawkins@hotmail.com

Tuning: Standard

The main chord part goes something like this:

   C     C(?)      Am             Dm                    G
e|-0-00--0-0-00---0-00--0---0-----1-11--0h1p0h1p0---3-33--3-3-33-------------|
B|-1-11--0-0-00---1-11--1---1-----3-33--3---3-------0-00--0-0-00-------------|
G|-0-00--0-0-00---2-22--0h2p0h2p0-2-22--2---2-------0-00--0-0-00-------------|
D|-2-22--2-2-22---2-22--2---2-----0-00--0---0-------0-00--0-0-00-------------|
A|-3-33--3-3-33---0-00--0---0-----x-xx--x---x-------2-22--2-2-22-------------|
E|-x-xx--x-x-xx---x-xx--x---x-----x-xx--x---x-------3-33--3-3-33-------------|

A second guitar does something like this

e|---------------------|x3---------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------5--|x3--5--3-----1---------------------------------------|
G|---------------------|x3--------------4--2---------------------------------|
D|--2---3---4--/5------|x3---------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------|x3---------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------|x3---------------------------------------------------|
The part above is repeated several times.

The song "speeds up" a couple of times, right after the second part of the tab
above, I haven't worked this out exactly, but this is my best shot at the faster part:

                    D#  C   D#               C  D# C  D# C
e|------------------3--(0)--3----------------0--3--0--3--0-------------------|
B|------------------4---1---4---1----6^6--4--1--4--1--4--1-------------------|
G|--2---3---4---5---3--(0)--3----------------0--3--0--3--0-------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e|-------------5--55-6-7-----------------------------------------------------|
B|--6^6--4--1--6--66-7-8-----------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

This song is from The Libertines' new self-titled album.

Enjoy it, and correct any mistakes you find, but I think I've got it just about right.

| ^  bend
| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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Bradders53 143 Dec 19, 2004 07:00 PM

i play the riff as this
D|-2h3h4/5/14
it think it sounds better

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holly_x 10 Nov 02, 2005 06:35 AM

I think the other C chord is Cmaj7

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cilliano 51 Apr 12, 2006 05:08 AM

Yeah, the C(?) chord is Cmaj7

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