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                             DOUBLE DARE - YO LA TENGO
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Tabbed by: Fetusrobot
E-mail: Fetusrobot@gmail.com

Tuning: EADGBE

ok so first off i'd like to say that this is just my interpretation of the song.
it sounds tight enough to me so i think it would be a good idea to upload it
here. below are just the basic chords and progressions of the song (including
that 'solo' that goes dooweoo dow doo too doo ta doo bwoo). the strumming is
pretty simple so i guess you can figure it out right? right.

*this is the line that you can't really hear at first, slowly taking part after
two bars of a disfigured guitar line playing E F#m | Abm F#m and back*

e|---------------------|-----------0---------0---------|
B|---------------------|-----------0---------0---------|
G|-8----6----8----6----|-8----6----1----6----1----6----|
D|-6----4----6----4----|-6----4----2----4----2----4----|
A|---------------------|-----------2---------2---------|
E|---------------------|-----------0---------0---------|
                      ***
***this is where the song gains traction, when the drums come in***

e|------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------|
G|-6brb-4-2-1-2-1--1-6brb-4-2-1-2-1--1-6brb-4-2-1-2-1--1|
D|---------------2-2---------------2-2---------------2-2|
A|------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------|

e|----------------|
B|----------------|
G|-6brb-4-2-1-2-1-|
D|----------------|
A|----------------|
E|---------------0|

***
***this is the main line, the rhythm line plays E F#m Abm F#m E like the intro***

e|-0-------------------|-2----0----2----0----2--------0-|
B|-0-------------------|-2----0----2----0----2--------0-|
G|-1----6----8----6----|-2----1----2----1----2--------1-|
D|-2----4----6----4----|-4----2----4----2----4--------2-|
A|-2-------------------|-4----2----4----2----4--------2-|
E|-0-------------------|-2----0----2----0----2--------0-|
   %    &    *    &      #    %    #    %    #        %

%           &     *                      &
I, I should know. You, shouldn't have to tell me.

#                  %           #        %               #            %
Sometimes it's the way we feel. All the way we feel, we feel, pretty bad.

e|----------------|
B|----------------|
G|-6brb-4-2-1-2-1-|
D|----------------|
A|----------------|
E|---------------0|

e|-0-------------------|
B|-0-------------------|
G|-1----6----8----6----|
D|-2----4----6----4----|
A|-2-------------------|
E|-0-------------------|

e|-0-------------------|-2----0----2----0----2--------0~~~~~~~~|
B|-0-------------------|-2----0----2----0----2--------0~~~~~~~~|
G|-1----6----8----6----|-2----1----2----1----2--------1~~~~~~~~|
D|-2----4----6----4----|-4----2----4----2----4--------2~~~~~~~~|
A|-2-------------------|-4----2----4----2----4--------2~~~~~~~~|
E|-0-------------------|-2----0----2----0----2--------0~~~~~~~~|
   %    &    *    &      #    %    #    %    #        %       ***

***you might want to use a tremolo arm for this part***

%           &     *                  &
In a double dare, he's got wandering eyes.

#              %           #        %                      #               %
And I see them look at you, looking straight at you, but i know where they are.

e|-0-------------------0-------------------|
B|-0-------------------0-------------------|
G|-1-----------2-/6~~~\1-----------2-/6~~~~|
D|-2--------4----------2--------4----------|
A|-2-------------------2-------------------|
E|-0-------------------0-------------------|

e|-------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------------------------------|
G|-6brb-4-2-1-2-1--1-6brb-4-2-1-2-1--1-6brb-4-2-1-2-1-2~~|
D|---------------2-2---------------2-2-------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------|

e|----------------|
B|----------------|
G|-6brb-4-2-1-2-1-|
D|----------------|
A|----------------|
E|---------------0|

e|-0--------2--------4--------2--------4--------2--------|
B|-0--------2--------4--------2--------4--------2--------|
G|-1--------2--------4--------2--------4--------2--------|
D|-2--------4--------6--------4--------6--------4--------|
A|-2--------4--------6--------4--------6--------4--------|
E|-0--------2--------4--------2--------4--------2--------|
***
***this is kind of a hard part and I don't think it's perfectly accurate but it fits 
nonetheless so yeah sorry about that :/***

e|-0-------------------|-2----0----2----0----2--------4--------|
B|-0-------------------|-2----0----2----0----2--------4--------|
G|-1----6----8----6----|-2----1----2----1----2--------4--------|
D|-2----4----6----4----|-4----2----4----2----4--------6--------|
A|-2-------------------|-4----2----4----2----4--------6--------|
E|-0-------------------|-2----0----2----0----2--------4--------|
   %    &    *    &      #    %    #    %    #        @

%             &     *                      &
I'll walk you home. You take as long as it takes.

#              %           #       %                 #             @
The sun in the morning sky, in the morning sky we'll know where we are.

e|-2--------0-|
B|-2--------0-|
G|-2--------1-|
D|-4--------2-|
A|-4--------2-|
E|-2--------0-|
   #        %

      #             %
We'll know where we are.

e|------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------|
G|-6brb-4-2-1-2-1--1-6brb-4-2-1-2-1--1|
D|---------------2-2---------------2-2|
A|------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------|

e|-----------------0~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
B|-----------------0~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
G|-6brb-4-2-1-2-1--1~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
D|-----------------2~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
A|-----------------2~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
E|---------------0-0~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|

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fetusrobot 396 Dec 03, 2014 07:33 PM

i dont know why i thought the bridge part was

e|-0-------------------0-------------------|
B|-0-------------------0-------------------|
G|-1-----------2-/6~~~\1-----------2-/6~~~~|
D|-2--------4----------2--------4----------|
A|-2-------------------2-------------------|
E|-0-------------------0-------------------|

when it clearly is

e|-0-------------------0-------------------|
B|-0-------------------0-------------------|
G|-1--------------6~~~\1--------------6~~~~|
D|-2-----------4-------2-----------4-------|
A|-2--------5----------2--------5----------|
E|-0-------------------0-------------------|

and while i'm at it, i found out that ira plays it like this live

e|---------------------|-------------------------------|
B|---------------------|-------------------------------|
G|---------------------|-------------------------------|
D|-13---11---13---11---|-13---11---9----11---9----11---|
A|-11---9----11---9----|-11---9----7----9----7----9----|
E|-0----0----0----0----|-0----0----0----0----0----0----|

making the first chord G#7, the second chord some weird variation of F# (maybe F#m6 or something, im no music theory whiz) and finally the third chord is just an E power chord with a cool octave effect. notice that in the bridge the single notes form a D7 chord, so maybe that's the key the second chord pertains to?

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djudemcg 10 Dec 19, 2014 11:41 AM

Yeah, I've seen videos (and live) where Ira plays it down the neck like that. But they switch instrumentation, arrangements, parts, etc on their songs all the time. And I thought you did a good job on this tab - certainly helped me out, so thanks!

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noahtalbott988 10 Mar 20, 2017 02:48 PM

The E doesn't sound right, everything else is fine though

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