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Electric Six, Don't Be Afraid Of The Robot Tabs (ver.1)

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Don't Be Afraid Of The Robot Tabs (ver.1)

Electric Six Tabs
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                First it's bass playing these notes (B5,E5,D5,A5), and the guitar just kind of works 
in on this riff with some muted strumming at first.

Verse
(You wanna go where the bad girls go)
e|---------------------------|
B|---------------------------|
G|---------------------------|
D|----4444--2222--7777--7777-|
A|----2222--2222--5555--7777-|
E|----------0000--------5555-|

This is only for the first verse riff up until the chorus, which starts with "Little 
Little sister oh"

Chorus
DON'T BE AFRAID OF THE ROBOT
e|------------------                            e|---------------|
B|------------------                            B|---------------|
G|---444-5x-5-5555--                            G|---444-5x-5~~~-|
D|---444-5x-5-5555--                            D|---444-5x-5----|~~let ring
A|---222s3x-3-3333-- the fourth time do this:   A|---222s3x-3~~~-|
E|-----------------                             E|---------------|

Verse 2 - Similar, but in order for it to sound right you need to use the higher octave 
the E5 (but keep the open E string!)
(You wanna go where you might get hurt)

e|---------------------------|
B|---------------------------|
G|---------------------------|
D|----4444--9999--7777--7777-|
A|----2222--7777--5555--7777-|
E|----------0000--------5555-|

Then Chorus again

End on:
e|------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------|
G|---5x-5-5-5-5-5-5-555---------------------|
D|---5x-5-5-5-5-5-5-555-9~~~~----------9\-x-|
A|---3x-3-3-3-3-3-3-333-9~~~~let ring--9\-x-|
E|----------------------7~~~~----------7\-x-|
            
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