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Tabbed by: Matt Mortensen
Email: fueled_by_feces@yahoo.com
Tuning: Standard, but the band plays this with a capo on the 4th fret and I'm not 
entirely sure why since this song doesn't seem to use any crazy chords but it's quite possible 
that I'm missing something. 

CHORDS

   C#  F  D#
|-----------------|
|-----------------|
|--6---10--8------|
|--6---10--8------|
|--4---8---6------|
|-----------------|


Palm Mute C#                    F   C#
I can't think with all this noise
C#                              F  C#
I break guitars; I weight my voice

C#      D#         F      C#
To feel again like damaging...
D#            C#
perfect sound

C#      D#         F      C#
If rock and roll is dangerous, 
                    D#        C#
How come I feel so safe in it?

Bridge
One guitar plays
C#      D#         F      C#


The other guitar plays
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B----------------------
G----------------------
D----------------------
A----------------------
E----------------------

Second Verse

Palm Mute C#                    F   C#
I have learned how to destroy
C#                              F  C#
To irritate and to annoy
C#      D#         F      C#
Clumsy hearts and honest fists
D#            C#
And ugly sound
C#      D#         F      C#
If rock and roll is dead again
                 D#        C#
How come I can't stop listening?

For the quiet interlude, arpeggiate the chords above with no distortion and guitar 2 throws in a C#
     D#        F         C#
e----------------------------------------
B----------------------------------------
G---8-----8-----10------6------6----6----
D----8-----8------10-----6------6----6---
A-6---6--6--6/8-----8\4---4--4---4-4--4--
E----------------------------------------

D#                      F             C#
The night is young, but freaks are out
D#              F             C#
The wild hum of drugs and sound
D#              F             C#
The basement is alive and loud
          F        C#
We're all right now
          F        C#
We're all right now

and finish on that rocking bridge part.

            
            
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TheUpsides1337 4,469 Jun 12, 2016 12:36 PM

A lot of their songs are in Ab standard, so they pop a capo on the fourth fret and play them with E shapes (such as E, A, B and C#m). I prefer playing in G, capo 1 for their songs - it all sounds the same as long as you don't change the key.

Anyhow, so your tab is correct (although F should be Fm), but for simplicity, I'd use the transpose feature and a capo like they do. Either capo 1 or capo 4. If you capo 1, C# becomes C, Fm becomes Em, D# becomes D. If you capo 4 like they do, C# becomes A, Fm becomes C#m, and D# becomes B.

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