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Envy Tabs (ver.2)

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Envy Tabs (ver.2)

Chevelle
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                Okay so first off this song is actually played in drop B tuning,
but I wrote this transcription to be a little bit more convenient with the tuning and all.
The song is not very difficult but is still a great song off of Chevelle's latest album 
Hat's Off To The Bull.
The tab and chords ARE RELATIVE TO THE CAPO. CAPO AT 2


CAPO AT 2         CAPO AT 2

Chords used: Am,Asus2,G,C,Dm/sus2/5 << 3 options on the D.Just personal preference.

INTRO x3

e|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------4-5-2-4-0-2------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------0-2---------------0-2-3~~~-------2-0-2---------|
A|--0-0-0-0-0-0~~~----------------0-0-0-0-0-0--------0-0-0-0-------0-0-0-0-|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|


VERSE:
         Am                           Asus2
  "How will this.....pan      |   out..."
|-----------------------------|-----------------------------------|
|-----------------------------|-----------------------------------|
|-------5-----5-----5-----5---|----4-----4-----4-----4------------|
|----2------2-----2-----2-----|--2-----2-----2-----2--------------|
|--0------0-----0-----0-------|0-----0-----0-----0----------------|
|-----------------------------|-----------------------------------|

CHORUS:
      Am       G
If I turn in envy
    C             Dsus2*
I learn through sorrow.
   Am       G      C         Dsus2*
I turn in envy and go to the wall.

/VERSE REPEAT\

/CHORUS x2\


        "To the wall, to the wall, to the wall"
 -This section repeats the same chord prog. as Chorus-

/CHORUS REPEAT\

For outro just play through the verse picking section while gradually slowing down then 
end on Am.
            
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