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My Friends Over You Tabs (ver.1)

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My Friends Over You Tabs (ver.1)

New Found Glory
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Intro - Guitar 1

e|----------------------------------------------
B|----5---5-7-5-----5-----5-7-5-----------------
G|------7-------7-7---7-7-------7-7-------------
D|----------------------------------------------
A|----------------------------------------------
E|----------------------------------------------

Intro - Guitar 2

e|----------------------------------------------
B|----------------------------------------------
G|---7-7-7----7-7--7--~-------------------------
D|---7-7-7----7-7--7--~---5-5-5---5-5--5--~-----
A|---5-5-5----5-5--5--~---5-5-5---5-5--5--~-----
E|------------------------3-3-3---3-3--3--~-----
   pm         . .                 . .       

~ - let ring for a bit, on the 2nd time through let ring for a bit longer on the laster note and go into the verse.

Verse (starts at 0.11)

e|----------------------------------------------
B|----------------------------------------------
G|---7-7-7----7-7--7--~-------------------------
D|---7-7-7----7-7--7--~---5-5-5---5-5--5--~-----
A|---5-5-5----5-5--5--~---5-5-5---5-5--5--~-----
E|------------------------3-3-3---3-3--3--~-----
   pm         . .                 . .

on the second time through that miss out the 355 bit and go into this...

e|--------------------|
B|--------------------|
G|--------------------|
D|---2-2-2-2-5-5-5-5--|
A|---2-2-2-2-5-5-5-5--|
E|---0-0-0-0-3-3-3-3--|

this is played with kind of stopped notes.

Then play the verse two more times, there is a little lead bit here which i missed out and then the second guitar starts playing the intro over the verse, and again miss out the 355 bit the second time through and go into this...

Pre Chorus (starts at 0.30)

e|----------------------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------------------|
G|----------------------------------------------------|
D|---2-2-2-2-5-5-5-5-2-2-2-2-5-5-5-5-2-2-2-2-5-5-5-5--|
A|---2-2-2-2-5-5-5-5-2-2-2-2-5-5-5-5-2-2-2-2-5-5-5-5--|
E|---0-0-0-0-3-3-3-3-0-0-0-0-3-3-3-3-0-0-0-0-3-3-3-3--|

then play this about 8 times or so

e|----------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------|
G|-----------------or-----2---------------|
D|--7-------------this----2--x 8 ish------|
A|--7--x 8 ish----note----0---------------|
E|--5-------------------------------------|

Chorus (starts at 40 seconds)

e|--------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------|
G|-7---------------7---------------4---------------4------|
D|-7--x16--5-------7--x16--5-------4--x16--5-------4--x16-|
A|-5-------5--x16--5-------5--x16--2-------5--x16--2------|
E|---------3---------------3---------------3--------------|

Theres a little pick slide from the other guitar going into the first 244

Chorus end

e|-----------------|
B|-----------------|
G|------------2-~--|
D|------------2-~--|
A|---------5--0-~--|
E|--3-2-0----------|

Interlude (starts at 2.05)

e|------------------------------|
B|------------------------------|
G|------------------------------|
D|------------------------------|
A|--5-------5-----2------2------|
E|-----2-3----2-3---2-3----5-3--|

Play twice, then other guitar and bass comes in, or just play it in bar chords if your good enough. Then at the end one guitar lets the last chord ring and the other does this..

Interlude 2 (2.29)

e|-------------------------------------
b|------------------------------------- 
g|--7-7-xx-7-----------------7-7-xx-7--
d|--7-7-xx-7-----5-5-xx-5----7-7-xx-7--
a|--5-5-xx-5-----5-5-xx-5----5-5-xx-5--
E|---------------3-3-xx-3--------------

Then do the chorus again, and the chorus again with the lead line over it, then do the verse a couple of times and let the last chord ring for the end of the song
            
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