This sounds fairly good when i play along, so it cant be all bad...

Intro:

e ----------------------------
b ----------------------------
g -5--4--0--5--4--0--5--4--0--
d -5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--
a -3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3--
E ----------------------------

which is played over these chords:

e --------------
b --------------
g -5--9--10-----
d -5--9--10--5--
a -3--7--8---5--
E -----------3--

Verse:

e -----------------------------------------
b -----------------------------------------
g -5-5-------------------------------------
d -5-5-(x14)-2-2-------3-3-------5-5-------
a -3-3-------2-2-(x14)-3-3-(x14)-5-5-(x14)-
E -----------0-0-------1-1-------3-3-------
     *         *         *         *

Then the second part of the verse goes:

e -----------------------------------------
b -----------------------------------------
g -5-5-------------------------------------
d -5-5-(x14)-2-2-------3-3-------5-------6-
a -3-3-------2-2-(x14)-3-3-(x14)-5-(x13)-6-
E -----------0-0-------1-1-------3-------4-
     *         *         *         


On the second part of the first verse, these octaves are played over it:

e ------------
b ------------  I cant be bothered doing them all, but they
g -5--4--5--5-  are repeated
d -x--x--x--x-
a -3--2--2--3-
E ------------

Chorus:

e -------------------------------------
b -------------------------------------
g -----------------5-------4-------5-5-
d -7-------3-------5-(x16)-5-(x12)-5-5-
a -7-(x16)-3-(x16)-3-------2-------3-3-
E -5-------1---------------------------

On the second part of the chorus:

e --------------------------------
b --------------------------------
g -----------------5--10--9--7----
d -7-------3-------x--x---x--x----
a -7-(x16)-3-(x16)-3--8---7--5----
E -5-------1----------------------

e ------------------------------------------
b ------------------------------------------
g ---------------------5--4--2--------------
d -3-3-------5-5-------5--5--2--5--3------5-
a -3-3-(x14)-5-5-(x14)-3--2--0--5--3-(x8)-5-
E -1-1-------3-3----------------3--1------3-

Then the Interlude thingy:

e ----------
b ----------  
g -5--4--0--
d -5--5--5--
a ----------
E ----------

This is repeated over the below chords.

e --------------
b --------------
g -5--9--10-----
d -5--9--10--5--
a -3--7--8---5--
E -----------3--

Then the distortion kicks in and these octaves are played over it:

e -----------------------------------
b -----------------------------------
g -5--9--10--7--4--5--9--10--12---4--
d -x--x--x---x--x--x--x--x---x----x--
a -3--7--8---5--2--3--7--8---10---2--
E -----------------------------------

After the above octaves have been played once, the below octaves play over them.

e --------------------------------
b --------------------------------
g -12--12--10--10--9------7--9--7-
d -x---x---x---x---x-(x3)-x--x--x-
a -10--10--8---8---7------5--7--5-
E --------------------------------

These are played once, then the first set of octaves are played over the chords for 
the intro, and thats the song.

I know the last part is tricky to understand, but listen to the song and see wher 
everything fits in, it sounds pretty right, especially when you play with the song. 
Even without the song, it sounds better than the other versions on here so...


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