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Kids Are Alright Tabs (ver.1)

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Kids Are Alright Tabs (ver.1)

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                Goldfinger (cover The Who)


intro E
Verse E A B (the first one starts on the A)
Pre Chorus F#m B A E
Chorus E B
bridge B A

use distorted power chords on everything but the verse, use ska chords

and for punkrockers that don't know how to figure out where F# is, here's a tab

Intro
   E
|--------|
|--------|
|--9~----|
|--9~----|
|--7~----|
|--------|
   
Verse "i don't mind...bells chime...."

   E    A    B        (The E can also be)
|-------5----7----------------(4)---------------------------------------------------|
|--9----5----7----------------(5)---------------------------------------------------|
|--9----6----8----------------(4)---------------------------------------------------|
|--9----7----9----------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Prechorus "and i know if i dont, i'll go out of my mind"

   F#   B    A    E                   (the F# can also be)
|--2----7----5----9-----------------------------(5)-----------|
|--2----7----5----9-----------------------------(7)-----------|
|--2----8----6----9-----------------------------(6)-----------|
|-------9----7------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------|

Chorus "the kids are alriiiiiiight"
|----------------|
|----------------|
|---9------------|
|---9---9--------|
|---7---9--------|
|-------7--------|

Bridge "i know if i go,....."
|------------|
|------------|
|------------|
|---9----7---|
|---9----7---|
|---7----5---|
            
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