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Intro, hold each note for a while.

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8----5----6--11----|
9----5----6--11----|
7----3----4---9----|
-------------------|  x4

Intro, part two, faster now

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9-5----7--2-6---------|
9-5--4-7--2-6-5-555---|
7-3--4-5--0-4-5-555---|
-----2--------3-333---|  x2

Verse, the rhythmn i've done for this is wrong but you get the idea.

x = harmonics

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666677776666------------|
66667777666666667-4-xxxx|
44445555444466667-4-xxxx|
------------44445-2-xxxx| x2 (No harmonics second time i don't think).

Chorus, once again don't believe the "strumming pattern" - i'm not sure if he actually 
this part or not.

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7--7--7--7---------------|
7--7--7--7--4------------|
5--5--5--5--4------------|
------------2------------|  x 3

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7------------------------|
7------------------------|
5------------------------|
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There maybe harmonics after the fourth D. Goddamn muddy recording.

Back to the second part of the intro

Then verse

Then chorus

Then a solo thing, i have no idea what he's playing, but i've seen this around a few times:

12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-|
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Play this with lots of bends and all that jazz, sounds right enough to me.

Then play the second intro once more and thats it. Nice.
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