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Bris Tabs (ver.1)

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Bris Tabs (ver.1)

Kaizers Orchestra
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                This song is all played on clean electric. The guitar in the first 10
seconds of the song is only:

e--5---5---5---5---|
b--5---5---5---5---|
g--5---5---5---5---|
d--7---7---7---7---|
a------------------|
E------------------|

repeated until the main riff comes in.

The main riff is based around an A-minor fingered ska-style (index finger
on 5th fret of D, G, B, and E and ring finger on 7th fret of D):

e-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
b---5---------8---7-----------------------5-----5----8---7----------------|
g-----5---5-----5-7-7-5---------------------5----------5-7-5----------5---|
d-7-----6---5-----7-----7-5-7-7-7//10-9-7-----6----5-----7---3-5//7-----3-|
a-------------------------------------------------------------------7-----|
E-------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e------------------|
b------------------|
g------------------|
d-5//7-3//10-9-7---|
a------------------|
E------------------|

Verse, about 32 seconds in:

The chords in the background are much like those in part of "Oye Como
Va,"
except strummed, not picked individually. They're pretty subtle in the song,
too, so don't play them too loudly.

e-5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--1--1--0--0--1--1--3--3----|
b-5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--1--1--1--1--1--1--3--3----|
g-5--5--5--5--5--5--5--5--2--2--0--0--2--2--4--4----|
d-7--7--6--6--5--5--4--4--3--3--2--2--3--3--5--5----|
a---------------------------------------------------|
E---------------------------------------------------|
"Bris bris, puste meg..."             "og kroppen skrike..."

The part above is repeated, and then the chorus is the main riff again with
a few minor changes in single notes.

The other part is where he sings "Han som redda fem liv..." There's a pair
of natural harmonics there, which are:

e----------|
b----<7>---|
g--<7>-----|
d----------|
a----------|
E----------|

They're played very quick as he's finishing "..fem"

The outro riff starts at about 2:38, is played over the main riff, and goes:

e------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
b------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
g--------------------------------5---------------------------------------------|
d-7-----------------------3-5//7-------------------------7---------------------|
a---5b6r5-3-5b6r5-3-5---3----------5b6r5-3-5b6-3-3h5-5-3---5b6r5-3-5b6r5-3-3h5-|
E---------------------5--------------------------------------------------------|

e-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
b-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
g------------5----------------------------------------------------------|
d-----3-5//7-----------------------------7--------------------------7---|
a---3----------5b6r5-3-5b6r5-3-3h5-5-3-----5b6r5-3-5b6r5-3-3//5---3-----|
E-5-------------------------------------------------------------5-------|

e----------------------------------------------------------|
b----------------------------------------------------------|
g----------------------------------------------------------|
d------------------------7------------------------7--------|
a-b6r5-3-5b6r5-3-3h5-5-3---b6r5-3-5b6r5-3-3h5---3---5b6r5--|
E---------------------------------------------5------------|
            
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