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Homesick At Space Camp Tabs (ver.1)

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Homesick At Space Camp Tabs (ver.1)

Fall Out Boy
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                This tab is dedicated to Shane and Bania of the SCRU.
Standard Tuning
/Slide Up
\Slide Down
~let it ring

Intro
e----------------------------------|
B----------------------------------|
G------------------444-6-7-7777777-|
D—-4/7\2--6-777777-444-6-7-7777777-|
A—-4/7\4—-6-777777-222-4-5-5555555-|
E—-2/5\4--4-555555-----------------|PMPMPMPM

e--------------------------------|
B--------------------------------|
G------------------444-6-7-------|
D—-4/7\2--6-777777-444-6-7-------|
A—-4/7\4—-6-777777-222-4-5-------|
E—-2/5\4--4-555555---------------|


VERSE
Landing on a runway in Chicago...
E-------------------------------------------------|
B-------------------------------------------------|
G---------------------------------------4-4-------|
D-4-4--------------7-7------------------4-4-(x7)--|
A-4-4-(x7)---------7-7-(x7)-------------2-2-------|
E—2-2--------------5—5----------------------------|
    PM               PM                   PM
Verse Continued
I know something in between is sensual...
(strume the chords)
E----------------------------------------------|
B----------------------------------------------|
G--/9--\4--/9--14--13--------------------------|
D---x---x---x--x---x---------------------------|
A--/7--\4--/7--12--11--------------------------|
E—---------------------------------------------|

Chorus
Tonight the headphoes will deliver you the words that I can't say...
E--------------------------|
B--------------------------|
G--------------------------|
D-7-777-4-444-2-222-4-44-2-| (x2)
A-7-777-4-444-2-222-4-44-2-|
E-5-555-2-222-0-000-2-22-0-|

E---------------------------------|
B---------------------------------|
G---------------------------------|
D-4-4--------------7-7------------| (x2 palm muted then x2 regular)
A-4-4-(x7)---------7-7-(x7)-------|
E—2-2--------------5—5------------|

E-------|
B-------|
G-------|
D-7-6-2-|
A-7-6-2-|
E-5-4-0-|

E--------------------------|
B--------------------------|
G--------------------------|
D-7-777-4-444-2-222-4-44-2-| (x2)
A-7-777-4-444-2-222-4-44-2-|
E-5-555-2-222-0-000-2-22-0-|

E---------------------------------|
B---------------------------------|
G---------------------------------|
D-4-4--------------7-7------------|(x2)
A-4-4-(x7)---------7-7-(x7)-------|
E—2-2--------------5—5------------|

E-------|
B-------|
G-------|
D-7-6-2-|
A-7-6-2-|
E-5-4-0-|

Acoustic Part

E-0-------I---------------------------------------------------|
B---0-2---I-------0--------------0---------------------2------|
G-------2-I---2-----2---2----2-----2---2---2-4-2-4-2-4---4-4--|
D---------I-2—--2-----2----4---4-----4-----0-0-0-0-0-0---0-2--| (x a lot)
A---------I---------------------------------------------------|
E---------I---------------------------------------------------|
                                          ( palm mute these )

The last part of the Acoustic part play this instead...
E---------------------------------------------------|
B-------0--------------0----------------------------|
G---2-----2---2----2-----2---2---2-4-2-4-2-4--------|
D-2—--2-----2----4---4-----4-----0-0-0-0-0-0--------|
A---------------------------------------------------|
E---------------------------------------------------|

Strumming Acoustic Part

E---------------------------------------------------------------------|
B---------------------------------------------------------------------|
G--2----4----2----4----4----4----2------------------------------------|
D--2----4----2----4----2----4----2------------------------------------| (x alot till the end)
A--0----2----0----2----4----2----0------------------------------------|
E---------------------------------------------------------------------|


End
E----------|
B----------|
G-2~-2-2-2-|
D-2~-2-2-2-|
A-0~-0-0-0-|
E----------|
     PMPMPM
            
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