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Catch A Fire Tab

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Intro

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The intro is basically the whole song you just switch it to power chords on the chorus and stuff


E|---------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------|
G|-4--44---4--44----4---44-----4-5-7-5---------|      repeat
D|---------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------|


When the bass beat comes in you switch it to a lower version of that like this


E|------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------------|
D|------------------------------------------------|
A|--2---22----2---22----2---22--2-3--5-3----------|         repeat
E|------------------------------------------------|


When it comes to chorus and stuff you just do power chords


B C D C

I hope this all makes sense god bless and keep rocking!

Kuldin   age:14      If you have any questions or corrections email me at vincecarter1992@hotmail.com
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Diversecitizen 10 Feb 14, 2009 01:35 PM

I like it! The riff feels spot on for the Welcome to Diverse City album. I enjoy playing it with the same beat but the notes as 4-4-3-4-4-3-4-4-3-4-5-7-5. I believe that's how it's played on Alive and Transported, anywho. Now all I need is to learn the intro that Timmy 'Rose' plays on the A&T album...I give your tab a 5

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Diversecitizen 10 Feb 15, 2009 06:29 PM

I have to apologize. I guess my ears were messing with me or something yesterday. Where I put 3 in the alternative riff, I believe it ought to be a 5. A half note up sounds a lot better than a half note down.

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estepper1 42 Jul 03, 2012 01:25 PM

really nice tab. if you tune to drop d for the chorus just use bars chords and strum 9--9-9 9--9-9 9--9-9 9-10-12-12
also the intro and verse sound a lot better if you use octaves

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