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Hey! I figured this out a while ago, and just saw the site, and figured I'd submit it,
it helps.
The strumming patterns are much easier to learn just listening to the songs, so I'll
you the chords and licks, and let you put them together.
A lot of left hand muting is used in the strumming patterns, but that's pretty easy to
out from listening also.

Chords for the song

        E   B  Ebm    F#
e     -x  - 7 - x - - - - x
a     -7  - 9 - 6 - - - - 9
d     -9  - 9 - 8 - - - -11
g     -9  - 8 - 8 - - - -11
b     -9  - 7 - 7 - - - -11
e     -7 -  7 - 6 - - - - 9


Intro: E (intro lick one)  B  Ebminor  F#   (intro transition lick)
        E (Intro lick one)  B  Ebminor  F#   (intro transition lick)

Intro Lick 1:
e----7h9p7----------------------------------------|
b--------------9-----7----------------------------|
g----------------------------9--------------------|
d-------------------------------------------------|
a-------------------------------------------------|
e-------------------------------------------------|


Intro Lick 2:
e----7h9p7-----------11----7----------------------|
b-------------9-----------------------------------|
g-------------------------------------------------|
d-------------------------------------------------|
a-------------------------------------------------|
e-------------------------------------------------|


Intro Transition:
e----12----12----12p11h12-------------------------|
b-------------------------------------------------|
g-------------------------------------------------|
d-------------------------------------------------|
a-------------------------------------------------|
e-------------------------------------------------|
(last part of this can also be played 11 11h12)

Verse: B (Verse Riff A)
          B (Verse Riff B)
          B (Verse End Riff)
   The part of the verse with riff's a or b is played 11 times before being played with 
riff, the order is as follows (B means the verse part with riff b, A means the

verse part with riff a):
                   B A A B B A A A A B A End Riff

Verse Riff A
e-----------------------------------------------  ---------------------------------------------|
b-----------------------------------------------  ---------------------------------------------|
g------------------------------------------9----  ---------9----9----------9-------------------|
d----------------------9h11----11----9----------  ----9---------------9----------9-------------|
a-----------9----11-----------------------------  ---------------------------------------------|
e---9h11----------------------------------------  ---------------------------------------------|

Verse Riff B
e------------------------------------------------  ---------------------------------------------|
b------------------------------------------------  ---------------------------------------------|
g------------------------------------------------  ---------9----9----------9-------------------|
d-----------------------9h11----11----9----9-----  ----9---------------9----------9-------------|
a-----------9----11------------------------------  ---------------------------------------------|
e---9h11-----------------------------------------  ---------------------------------------------|

Verse Riff A
e------------------------------------------------  ----------------------------------------------|
b------------------------------------------------  ----------------------------------------------|
g------------------------------------------------  ----------------------------------------------|
d----------------------9h11----11----9----9------  ----9----9----9----9----9----9----------------|
a-----------9----11------------------------------  ----------------------------------------------|
e---9h11-----------------------------------------  ----------------------------------------------|


Chorus: F#      E       (times 4)    Chorus end riff

Verse Riff A
e----------------------------------x----x-----------|
b----------------------------------x----x-----------|
g----------------------------------x----x-----------|
d----------------------------------x----x-----------|
a----------------------------------x----x-----------|
e---11s7---------------------------x----x-----------|


Then back to the Verse, after playing the Riffs twice, stop on the B chord for a
then continue with the verse as usual

Chorus again, same as first time

Bridge/Outro?:  This is probably the toughest part of the song to get to sound right,
the same chord progressions throughout, but they change the strumming pattern to get

a different sound during part of it.  Again this is easiest to learn by listening to the
though

             Progression: B Ebminor (quick slide into: ) E (strum, then slide into: ) F#
  many times

Outro (same as intro except for final chords)
        E (intro lick one)  B  Ebminor  F#   (intro transition lick)
        E (Intro lick one)  B  Ebminor  F#   E   B

I hope this was helpful!
Questions/Comments: alstauffer AT gmail DOT com

            
            
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