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I WON'T STICK ANY OF YOU UNLESS AND UNTIL I CAN STICK ALL OF YOU - Black Flag
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Tuning: Standard
Album: Family Man
Written by Greg Ginn

Tabbed by Eirik Kjøs Usterud (eirikusterud@hotmail.no)

Main riff - play two times alone on guitar as an intro, then four times for the verses:

e|----------------------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------------------|
G|----------------------------------------------------|
D|-----7-8-7-5------7-8-7-5------5-6-5-3------5-6-5-3-|
A|---6------------6------------4------------4---------|
E|-5------------5------------3------------3-----------|

Break - play four times:
(first three notes staccato, fourth sustained)

e|---------------|
B|---------------|
G|---------------|
D|------9---10---|
A|--8------------|
E|-7-------------|

Riff 2 - play four times:

e|---------------------------|
B|---------------------------|
G|------5--5-8------------6--|
D|-7--7-5--5-8--5--5-8--8-6--|
A|-7--7-3--3-6--5--5-8--8-4--|
E|-5--5---------3--3-6--6----|

Break variation:
(same rhythm as the normal break)

e|---------------|
B|---------------|
G|---------------|
D|-9-9---9---10--|
A|-9-9---9---10--|
E|-7-7---7---8---|


Structure:
Main riff (guitar alone)
Main riff with rhythm section
Break
Main riff
Break
Riff 2
Break

Then the rest of the song consists of improvised solos over the same pattern, before
returning to the riff and break at the end. The break variation shows up once during the
soloing part in the original version, but you can play it instead of the normal break 
whenever you want to. Since the song follows a theme-solo-theme jazz structure it can pretty
much go on for exactly as long as you want to.

            
            
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