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Green Day, Time Of Your Life (Good Riddance) Tabs (ver.1)

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Time Of Your Life (Good Riddance) Tabs (ver.1)

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                This is an awesome song.  I’m not sure if this tab is 100% correct 
but it’s a lot closer than any I’ve seen.It at least has the right 
amount of picks, even if they r not quite right.  It sounds a lot 
better than theother tabs too.  Thanx to the authors of the other 
tabs for this song, they really helped me figure it out.  It looks 
harder than it really is, just make sure u do the double pick right 
with the highest two strings.  If u listen closely to the song, u 
can hear the double pick, especially on the second double pick, it 
isnt picked at quite the same time.  I use all 4 of my fingers on 
the highest 4 strings, and my thumb on the bottom two, it makes it 
pretty easy.  PLEASE EMAIL ME if u use this tab and tell me what u 
think of it. Also if u have any corrections then please tell me.  

Gmodal   :320033
C9       :032033
Dsus4    :000233
Em7      :022033



This line is played 4 times, twice as part of the intro, and then 
twice for the first two lines of the verses.
   G                              C9             Dsus4

This line is played twice, for the last two lines of the verses.
    Em            Dsus4           C9                G
   |-----3----3--------3---3-----------3---3-----------3---3-----|	             |--------0--0------2--2---2-----------0---0-----------0---0---|	  
    Em            G            Em              G
   |--------0---0-----2---2---2--|  (strum G, C, Dsus4)

Then play the chorus, the instrumental part over the violins and the 
chorus again

End with Tab 1,         |---------|
                        |------0--|  then a G
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