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The Libertines - You're My Waterloo
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This is my first ever tab submission and all of my own work. I hope it helps.

Unlike the others, this is tabbed the correct way to enable you to play both
parts easier (as Peter plays it).

It's such a lovely long lost song and one of my favourites to play.

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[Chords Used]
[VERSE] - C E Am F E
(To quickly alternate between the F and E chord -
keep the F barre chord shape but slide your first finger off past the nut to a normal E
but using 2nd, 3rd and 4th fingers.)

[CHORUS] - A E

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**Intro/Riff 1** - Played after opening C chord. (Notes in brackets not always played but
help
it merge to the chord on top)

E|--0--1--3--1--0-----------0-----------------------------------|
B|-----------------3--1--3-----3--1--0--0h1--0------------------|
G|----------------------------------------------2--0------------|
D|----------------------------------------------------(3)--(0)--|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------|

**Riff 2** (h = hammer-on)

E|--0--1--3--1--0--3--5--7--8--7h8--7--5--0--|
B|-------------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------|

F             E
Stone the crows / Stumbling Around etc..

Riff 3
(Played slowly after the 'Stone the crows' part, underneath A and E chords)
Played partly on Cello on the studio recording.

The E note in the bracket is an alternative
to the open E.

E |------------------0---2--5--4----|
B |--2--2--3--2--3----------------2-|
G |---------------------------------|  X3
D |---------------------------------|
A |---------------------------------|
E |---------------------------------|

The following is played before the fast solo (which I haven't included).
If playing without a band it's not really needed.

E |------------------0--2--4--5--7--8-|  (Play last C note faintly)
B |--2--2--3--2--3--(5)---------------|
G |-----------------------------------|
D |-----------------------------------|
A |-----------------------------------|
E |-----------------------------------|


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Please let me know what you think, and please rate this tab as it's my first.
I'll be happy to make alterations.

Rob G.
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This is Pete himself trying to work out the intro
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75gt4gh1i4I

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| h    Hammer-on
| (n)  Ghost note   

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girobaby1 10 Jan 14, 2009 03:06 AM

good tab man sounds good !

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-bg-tornak 10 Apr 14, 2013 06:03 AM

All correct, but in Intro C-chord should play after:

0-1-3-0-1

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