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Narcolepsy tab

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Third Eye Blind
Tabbed by: Kevin Brosky (3EBdude)

This is the correct way to play Narcolepsy.  I was disappointed that nobody had
this on here so this is my tab.

First off, the tuning is: F# A D F# A E  (sidenote: this is also the tuning for Forget Myself)

It also should be known that this is played in all one part.  So it goes like
this for the intro/verse:


That gets repeated several times.  Let the chords ring and you should be able to
figure out the timing from listening to the recording.

Then comes this part:

 "I try to keep awake..."

  "I can feel this narcolepsy slide into another nightmare..."

Then the distortion kicks in and you strum those beginning chords


That's the basis of the whole song.  There is a lot that repeats.  The only thing
left I think would be the solo:

(Played only on the high E string, it goes pretty fast)



Ok, that should be it for this song.  If I left out some little bits and pieces,
it shouldn't be hard to figure them out using what I have hear.  Just listen to
the recording of it to get the timing and strum patterns down.  Enjoy!

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James Jarvis 10 Oct 28, 2007 05:39 PM

nice tab

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Ninboy3913 10 Oct 07, 2008 07:22 AM

thanks for the tab bud

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Shwax 256 Apr 06, 2010 07:37 AM

While I know Kevin Cadogan used this tuning and so this tab is right, I think it's just as easy to leave the 6th string at E so you don't have to screw with your guitar's tuning as much. Then just play


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