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Hey guys, this ones an incredible song by Lost Prophets, again :P This is my first tab 
me and my band are 100% sure its 100% correct but if you've got any changes then email me :)
There's two ways to play it really, the easiest one is to tune your guitar differently. 
you wanna do it another way, email me and i'll tell you how but it involves Drop D and 
2.

Tune your guitar to E A D G# C# E. This makes the top 3 strings (G# C# E) the 4th 5th 
6th notes of the C#m chord which forms the base of this song. Follow the tab and you'll 
it :)

Intro/Verse
   C#(minor)         B                F#                 E
E ---0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-|
C#-----0-----0-----------0-----0-----------0-----0-----------0-----0-----|
G#-------0-----0-----------0-----0-----------0-----0-----------0-----0---|
D -----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A -4-----------------2-----------------9-----------------7---------------|
E -----------------------------------------------------------------------|

PreChorus ("don't say, the pain will fade tomorrow")
   C#(minor)        F#                    G#
E -----------------------------------------------------------------------|
C#-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
G#---5----5-----5-----10----10------10-------8-------10-------7-------12-|
D ----------6------------------11----------------------------------------|
A -4----4-----4-----9-----9-------9-------11----(11)-----(11)----(11)----|
E -----------------------------------------------------------------------|

   C#(minor)        F#                    E
E -----------------------------------------------------------------------|
C#-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
G#---5----5-----5-----10----10------10------8------10------7-----------3-|
D ----------6------------------11----------------------------------------|
A -4----4-----4-----9-----9-------9-------7----(7)-----(7)---------------|
E -----------------------------------------------------------------------|

Chorus (Same as intro and verse)
   C#(minor)         B                F#                 E
E ---0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-|
C#-----0-----0-----------0-----0-----------0-----0-----------0-----0-----|
G#-------0-----0-----------0-----0-----------0-----0-----------0-----0---|
D -----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A -4-----------------2-----------------9-----------------7---------------|
E -----------------------------------------------------------------------|

There's a fill before verse 2 which you can probably work out, I haven't got round to 
yet. I'm pretty sure the chords are the same as the verse, flows nicely :)

The bridge ("this is how it feels") is just the main chords, C#m B F# E, sounds good are 
chords but those are a little bit different for this tuning. Look at the chord shape of 
pre chorus and you'll see :)

ANY QUESTIONS, FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME at makutoid@gmail.com, I'll put this on guitar pro 
a few days too so have a look for that if this doesnt make any sense to you :P

Liam xD

            
            
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Vyccy 27 Aug 21, 2010 06:46 AM

I'm quite probably wrong here, but just listening to the song I think this sounds better for the intro/verse

E ---0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-|
C#-----0-----0-----------0-----0-----------0-----0-----------0-----0-----|
G------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D -----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A -4-----4-----4-----2-----2-----2-----9-----9-----9-----7-----7-----7---|
E -----------------------------------------------------------------------|


The only reasons I say this are because it adds more bass into the song (very handy if you're just playing acoustic) and it means you only have to retune one string. Other than that, brilliant tab! *****

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makutoid 1,195 Sep 08, 2011 06:02 AM

You can play it that if you like, obviously :)
On the record the bass notes aren't that frequent but each to their own :)

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