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                      "No Excuses"
      by Alice in Chains from the album "Jar of Flies"
          Tabbed by Dave Miller (dwm3@po.cwru.edu)   

It seems to me that this song is played tuned down 
a little bit.  Anyway...that's how I tabbed it.  It's an easy
song to play, but sounds really cool.  Enjoy!

       It's alright....            There comes a time....

     Chorus (A)                                                                 
        Everyday it's something...                                                 


     Chorus (B)                                                                 
         Find me sittin' by myself...                                                                       

Chorus alternates A,B

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jeop070 42 Nov 16, 2015 05:54 AM

The tab is mostly wrong and I will post up the correct tab very soon. In the meantime, the person who made this tab should look at it again and correct it.

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KennyM79 2,238 Feb 16, 2016 10:10 AM

Author doesn't even give a tuning; just says it's "tuned down a little bit." How do we even start to learn this tab if we don't know what tuning it's in?
When do we play "Chorus (A)" and when do we play "Chorus (B)"? This is a horribly unclear tab. * (one star because I can't rate it any lower.)

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jonny.bass.slayer 10 Aug 19, 2017 10:31 AM

This needs to be taken down.

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