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Parting Gift chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Hey i aint tabbed anything in ages but im sick of the low amount of tabs for this song 
so thought id get it done for you guys. The song is played with a decending bass run
for the main 3 chords used with less emphasis on the open string before the C chord.
The opening 3 chords are below these are used more or less all the way through the song.

     G    F#G    C
[----3-----3-----0--]
[----3-----3-----1--]
[----0-----0-----0--]
[----0-----0-----2--]
[----2-----x-----3--]
[-3--3--2--2--0--0--]

Here are the other chords just in case you dont know them.

   F   Asus2 Dsus2 Bmin    C5
[--1-----0-----0-----2-----3--]
[--1-----0-----3-----3-----5--]
[--2-----2-----2-----4-----5--]
[--3-----2-----0-----4-----5--]
[--0-----x-----0-----2-----3--]
[--x-----x-----x-----x-----x--]

OK here's the tab as best as i can pick out just remember on the first 3 chords to use
the bass run before the strum.

 G          F#G                C
  You make me faint buy you are worth it,
 
 G           F#G           C
  Ill walk you home if you ask it,
 
 G          F#G            F
  Its such a shame that she never took the blame,
 
 Asus2                Dsus2
  Shes never coming round to me,
 
 G      F#G        C
  You step on your cigarette,
 
 G        F#G         C
  Little Lights, You deserve it,
 
 G       F#G         F 
  Whos to blame that shes never coming back,
 
 Asus2                   Dsus2
  Shes never coming back to me,
  
    Bmin             C5
       Please come back around to me,
  
  Bmin          C5
       Before i drowned,
 
 G      F#G       C
  This is my parting gift for you,
 
 G      F#G       C
  This is my last chance to be true,
 
 G     F#G      F
   Before i get older,
 
 Asus2             Dsus2
   Before you get older,
 
 G         F#G     C
  This is my parting gift for you,
 
 G         F#G     C
  This is my last chance to be true, 
 
 G    F#G       F
   Before i get older,
 
 Asus2           Dsus2
   Before you get older,
        
        G
  And i drown,


Heres 2 more little picking parts i figured out. The first one is at the end of the
first verse the second one comes in on the second line of the second verse

[--3--2-----]   [-------------]
[--------3--]   [----------0--]
[-----------]   [------0h2----]
[-----------]   [--0h2--------]
[-----------]   [-------------]
[-----------]   [-------------]

Hope this helps some of you get the song down its beutifull song and im hopefully gunna
be covering it in my live set soon. www.myspace.com/mattburnside check it out. Any
comments or corrections welcome.

            
            
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Green_Day_Rock 20 Jan 13, 2006 10:05 PM

hey, great tab...but I would suggest this instead of an F

E--0--
B--0--
G--2--
D--3--
A--3--
E--1--

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m0nkfish 84 Apr 25, 2007 08:39 AM

The F actually goes:
-1-0-
-1-0-
-2-2-
-3-3-
-3-3-
-1-1-
(Lift your barre finger up)

Also on this site you should use "Bm" for B Minor since "Bmin" is a different chord altogether. I also thing Csus2 works better than C5, but overall its a good tab

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m0nkfish 84 Apr 25, 2007 08:41 AM

Oh and one other thing - in the main progression the C also uses G and D on the top two strings to make the note:
-3-
-3-
-0-
-2-
-3-
-x-

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