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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: patters@dirac.scri.fsu.edu (Jason Patterson)

			NIN: Broken.
			     ~~~~~~~
By: dany@irvine.com with 'Help me I am in Hell' by Elissa Feit.

PINION

E------------------------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------------------------
G-----------------------------------slide--------------------------------
D-----------------------------------7-^-5--------------------------------
A---4---5---6---7---4---5---6---7---5-^-3---4----------------------------
E---2---3---4---5---2---3---4---5-----------2----------------------------
leave out the slide alternating lines.              repeat, volume swell.


WISH

main riff, repeat several times with breaks for lyrics:
E------------------------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------------------------
G------------------------------------------------------------------------
D---7--7--7--8--7--5--7--7--7--8--7--------------------------------------
A---5--5--5--6--5--3--5--5--5--6--5--------------------------------------
E------------------------------------------------------------------------

chorus:
E------------------------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------------------------
G------------------------------------------------------------------------
D---10-----5------7--7--7--8--7--5--7--7--7--8--7------------------------
A---8------3------5--5--5--6--5--3--5--5--5--6--5------------------------
E------------------------------------------------------------------------

E------------------------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------------------------
G------------------------------------------------------------------------
D---10-----5-------------7--7--7--8--7--5--7--7--7--8--7-----------------
A---8------3----5---6----5--5--5--6--5--3--5--5--5--6--5-----------------
E---------------3---4----------------------------------------------------

verse, chorus, then:

(1:54) Bass or quiet guitar?
slowly during interlude:
G-----------------------------
D-----------------------------
A-----5----3------------------
E--------------4----1---------

outro:
E------------------------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------------------------
G------------------------------------------------------------------------
D---7--7--7--8--7----7--7--7--8--7----7--7--7--8--7----7----5------------
A---5--5--5--6--5----5--5--5--6--5----5--5--5--6--5----5----3----6----3--
E----------------------------------------------------------------4----1--


LAST

repeat this several times:  (rhythm fig 1).
E------------------------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------------------------
G-------------------8--8-------------------------------------------------
D---7--7--5^7^^7^7--6--6--7--7--5-7---0-0-0-1-1-0-0-----------------------
A---5--5--3^5^^3^5--------5--5--3^5--------------------------------------
E------------------------------------------------------------------------
        slide slide                   ^played by a 2nd guitar on album,
                                       muted, 1 octave lower than shown.
                                       also use rhythm fig. 4

goes into this: 
(no mute, slide between chords)  
rhythm fig 2.
E--------------------------
B--------------------------
G--------------------------
D---5---6---7--------------
A---3---4---5---5---6---7--
E---------------3---4---5--


"lead" break (twice):
E------------------------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------------------------
G------------------------------------------------------------------------
D--------------------------------3--3------------------------------------
A--3--5-5-3--5p3-----3--5--5------------3--5-5-3--5p3----3---------------
E-----------------5-----------5------------------------5----5--4--3--1---

back to figure 1.

Bass interlude(this isn't meant to last...), breaks into:  (fig 3)
E------------------------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------------------------
G------------------------------------------------------------------------
D--------5---6---7---8---9^10--------------------------------------------
A--------3---4---5---6---7^8---------------------------------------------
E--0--0----0---0---0---0------------------------------- all E notes muted

Then back to fig. 2, 
and outro on fig. 1.

(4:36) on the last two bars of the outro, a second guitar plays
fig. 3 underneath the louder guitar playing fig 1.

Alternate fill for riff 1:
rhythm fig 4
E------------------------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------------------------
G-------------------8--8-------------------------------------------------
D---7--7--5^7^^7^7--6--6--7--7--5-7----0-0--1--0--2^^3-------------------
A---5--5--3^5^^3^5--------5--5--3^5---------------slide-------------------
E------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       ^ This is actually played by a 2nd 
                                       guitar doing the top part of riff
                                       3... but with some practice, it
                                       can sound pretty good with just
                                       one guitar

happiness in slavery:

distorted synth & drum sounds here...

(:32) Main bass riff (I think, someone help me with this):
G------------------------------------------------------------------------
D------------------------------------------------------------------------
A--------------------------1---------------------------------------------
E--0--1-1-1--4---0--1h2p1-----2------------------------------------------
             ^slide down

(:48) Guitar riff 1:
E--------------------------
B--------------------------
G--------------------------
D--------------------------
A---3-----4---3------------
E---1-----2---1------------


(1:08) Guitar riff 2, very fast:
E------------------------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------------------------
G------------------------------------------------------------------------
D------------------------------------------------------------------------
A--3--3--3--4--4--5--5--5--6--6--6--7--7--8--8---------------------------
E--1--1--1--2--2--3--3--3--4--4--4--5--5--6--6---------------------------
muted, first time thru pick only E string, the rest pick chords.

then bass line for a couple of chorus: (don't open your eyes...)

(1:52) Guitar riff 3
smoothly:
E-------------------------
B-------------------------
G------------------5^-----<<-micro-bend up 1/2 fret or so to give 
D---3h4p3---3h4p3----4----   the right sound.
A-------------------------
E-------------------------

(3:11) harmonics in the bass riff:

(3:28) back to riff 1.
(3:44) 2nd guitar plays figure 3.

outro:
E-------------------------- 
B-------6------------------ 
G---5---3---6^^5----------- 
D---3-------4^^3----------- 
A-----------slide---------- 
E-------------------------- 
        ^3-fret power chord.
==============================================================================
help me i am in hell  -trent reznor

   (transcribed out by Elissa Feit)

    1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and    1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and  
E---------------------------|--------------------------|
B---------------------------|-----------9--------------|  
G---------------------------|--7-----7-----------------|  
D---9--9--9--10-10-10-10-10-|--X--10-X--X--X--X--X--X--|  
A---7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--|--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--|
E---0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--|--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--|

The "X" signifies the muting/dampening of the string.

Suggestions: play the 7 on A with your index finger. Play the 9 on D with
your 4th (out of 5) finger. Play the 10 on D with your pinky. Play the 7 on
G with your 3rd finger and leave it there - don't lift it for the remainder
of the measure. Play the 10 on A with the 4th, play the 9 on B also with
the 4th and hold it there to ring out for the rest of the measure.
Keep the E and A string as a steady drone.

    1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and    1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and  
E---------------------------|--------------------------|
B---------------------------|--------------------------|  
G---------------------------|-----------------7--------|  
D---9--9--9--10-10-10-10-10-|--7--7--7--6-----6--------|
A---7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--|--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--7--|
E---0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--|--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--|

Play all 4 measures over and over, etc...

Suggestions: same fingering for the third measure as the first.  I
find it easiest to play the 7-7 in the fourth measure with my 3rd and
4th fingers. Then when I hit the 6 on D, I can use my index finger
without lifting my third finger up.  Let the first 6 on D ring for
that extra eighth note.  Let the 7 on G ring for the remainder of the
measure.


            
            
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