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Secretarial Tabs (ver.1)

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Secretarial Tabs (ver.1)

Ac Newman
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                The chords are played as powerchords throughout.

Main riff:
e|---0--2-4--0-----------|
b|-------------3--3--2-0-|
g|-----------------------|
d|-----------------------|
a|-----------------------|
e|-----------------------|

Intro:

E
Main riff x 2


Verse:
E
One day you blew across the water after racing through the countdown, 
                                                             G
Spewing ancient wisdom like your friends the revelations had come, 
                          B
And they were looking for me. 
E
I took the red-eye back to glory but the more I got the facts straight, 
      
It turns out that the story's getting shorter, 
                   G                          B
And what I want to know is: will it happen to me? 

Chorus:
 (riff 2 below) A                    B             E
Can't take them out, can't take them out with baby artillery. 
                A                    B
Can't take them out, can't take them out, 
           E    A   B   E    A   B
Lady, it's secretarial. Secretarial.
           (riff 3)
Riff 2:                        Riff 3:
e|-------------------|         e|---------|
b|-------------------|         b|-5----s0-|
g|-------------------|         g|---------|
d|-7-7-xxxx-9-9-xxxx-|         d|---------|
a|-7-7-xxxx-9-9-xxxx-|         a|---------|
e|-5-5-xxxx-7-7-xxxx-|         e|---------|
   A        B                     E  A  B
Main riff x 2 


Verse:
We've been divided, we've decided it's a problem we can live with, 
The motion to defeat it is repeated, 
And what I want to know is: will it happen to me? 
So come on, let the son in, we've been gunning for promotion, 
Postering the slogans on the roadsigns, 
But I want to know when it happens to me. 

Chorus 

Break:
Main riff x 4 

Chorus(repeat "secretarial" twice)

Main riff x 2
            
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