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                             Norway - Beach House
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Tabbed by: The Incredulous Noah McMullen
Email:al_munchmelon@comcast.net

Tuning: Standard, capo on 5th fret

INTRO/CHORUS:
Kind of a tricky rhythm here. While the rest of the song is in 4/4 time, the guitar part 
in something closer to 6/8 time.
Listen to the song to understand it fuller.

e|-------0------0------0------0------0------0------0------0--|
B|-----1------1------1------1------0------0------0------0----|
G|--2------2------2------2------0------0------0------0-------|
D|-----------------------------------------------------------|   x8
A|-----------------------------------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------------------------|

VERSE: The guitarist uses a lot of slide-type stuff here. I use a little bit of constant 
on my whammy bar, pushing it harder and releasing it as I see fit. Then, just use a 
C arpeggio, like this:


|---0----|---0----|
|-----1-1|-----1-1|
|--0---0-|0-0---0-|
|--------|--------|
|--------|--------|


Repeat until the chorus begins. At that point, slide up to the 9th fret on the G string, 
play the intro again.

That's it, I guess. The most important thing is to slide as much as necessary. Have fun.

            
            
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leonardshelby 10 May 29, 2015 08:35 AM

Where's the bridge section??

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