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Die Romantic tab

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Both guitars: Drop Db

This is quite a confusing tab with lots of writing, sorry, but for people that like the 
without the explanation and stuff ive put it in at the bottom.
Enjoy!and leave a comment.this is my first tab that ive submitted so be nice!

DIE ROMANTIC

Guitars one and two can be switched for each different part.

Intro
Guitar 1

-----------------------------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------------------------|
9-------9-------7-------7-------6-------6--------7-------7-7-----|
9-7-----9-7-----7-7-----7-7-----6-7-----6-7------7-7-----7-7(x5)-|
7-7(x5)-7-7(x5)-5-7(x5)-5-7(x5)-4-7(x5)-4-7(x5)--5-7(x5)-5-5-----|
--7-------7-------7-------7-------7-------7--------7-------------|
  .       .       .       .       .       .        .       .

Guitar 2

-------------------------------------------------------------------|
-------------------------------------------------------------------|
-------------------------------------------------------------------|
4-4-----4-4-----4-4-----4-4-----0-0-----0-0-------2-2-----2-2------|
4-4(x5)-4-4(x5)-4-4(x5)-4-4(x5)-0-0(x5)-0-0(x5)---2-2(x5)-2-2(x5)--|
4-4-----4-4-----4-4-----4-4-----0-0-----0-0-------2-2-----2-2------|
  .       .       .       .       .       .         .       .


Both guitars play this intro through twice before going into the first verse:

Verse

Guitar 1

---------------------------------------------------|
---------------------------------------------------|
---6-9---4-6---6-7----6-7--7-6-7-6-7----7-9---4-6--|
---------------------------------------------------|
-7-----5-----7------7-----------------9------5-----|
---------------------------------------------------|

-----------------|
-----------------|
---6-7----6-7—7--|
-----------------|
-7------7--------|
-----------------|
-----------------|

Guitar 2

--5-0-5-0-7-5-0-5-0-|
--------------------|
--------------------|
--------------------| Keep playing this and end on ‘5’
--------------------|
--------------------|

This is repeated until guitar one plays the final note of the verse written for guitar
where guitar two ends with a ‘5’ before both going into the chorus. For both guitars,
to the song for the timing.

Chorus

Guitar one

------------------|
------------------|
-9------14-13-14--|
-x(x24)-x—-x—-x---|
-7------12-11-12—-|
------------------|

x3 then:

-------------|
-------------|
9-7-6-4-2----|
x-x—x-x-x----|
7-5-4-2-0—---|
-------------|

Each of these chords is strummed a few times; listen to the song for this amount and for
timing.

Guitar 2

------------------------------|
------------------------------|
------------------------------|
-7------2------4------0-------|
-7(x32)-2(x32)-4(x32)-0(X32)--|
-7------2------4------0-------|


After both guitars have done this, they both go back and play the verse again.

Once the verse has been played, there is a slight pause before it breaks into the chorus
The chorus is played through twice, except on the last time there is slight alteration:

Guitar 1, instead of finishing on that last chord of the chorus, carries on with:

--------------|
--------------|
--------------|
-0------------|
-0(let ring)--
-0------------

Guitar 2 simply holds the last chord of the chorus.

This then leads into the bridge:

Bridge

Guitar 1

---------------------|
---------------------|
-4-6--6-7--6-4--6-2—-|
---------------------|
---------------------|
---------------------|
Guitar 2

--------------------|
--------------------|
--------------------|
---4----2----0----0-|
---4----2----0----0-|
-4-4--2-2--0-0--0-0-|

Once both guitars have played through the last part, they each play their final note 
more, before leading into this:

Both Guitars

------------|
------------|
------------|
---4--------|
---4(x12)---|
---4--------|

Again, listen to the song for strumming pattern.

Guitar 1

--------------------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------9--------------9-----|
-----------------------------------x(x3)----------x(x3)-|
-4-4-----4-----4-----4-----0-0-----6------0-0-----6-----|
-4-4(x6)-4(x4)-4(x6)-4(x3)-0-0(x6)--------0-0(x6)-------|
-4-4-----4-----4-----4-----0-0------------0-0-----------|
   .           .             .              .

Repeat this section again once more

Guitar 2

-----------------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------------|
-4-4-----4-----4-----4-----0-0-----0-----0-----0-----|
-4-4(x6)-4(x4)-4(x6)-4(x3)-0-0(x6)-0(x3)-0(x6)-0(x3)-|
-4-4-----4-----4-----4-----0-0-----0-----0-----0-----|
   .           .             .           .
Repeat this section again once more

Outro

After this, go straight back to the verse, and play that through once. Once that’s done,
back to the chorus and play that one last time, ending with:

----------|
----------|
----------|
-0------0-|
-0-(x3)-0-|     Play this a lot of times until finish!
-0------0-|
 .

Pattern:
Intro(x2)
Verse
Chorus
Verse
Chorus(x2)
Bridge(read through)
Verse
Chorus
Outro

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Guitar Skater 459 Jun 16, 2006 10:37 AM

dude i promise you angel taps the 3 notes in the verse live ive seen them 2x

but it sounds like theres slight pinches on the recording

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aldenschulte 129 Jun 17, 2006 07:14 AM

This is good , but wrong, Aiden plays in 1/2 step lower, so this is converted up. but very good though.

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aldenschulte 129 Jun 17, 2006 07:15 AM

wrong tuning, big mistake...sorry

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