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I Am Tabs (ver.5)

Killing Heidi
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                Killing Heidi - I AM


Here's a very brief tab for the song. I wasn't able to find a tab so I
thought I'd give it a shot myself. I hope that someone can come up 
with a better tab - I simply don't have the time to give it all the
attention it deserves.


Key: Eb (Cm pentatonic scale will work well)


Intro:


A riff is played over the below chords, it sounds like they're 
playing around with the notes from C5 and Bb5, maybe alternating
between 5th and 4th intervals or something like that. Have a listen.
 
Cm Eb Bb
Cm Ab Bb (power chords will work well)
     


Second time through, play this riff over the above chords:


e-------------------|--------------13-------|
B-16-15-13-11-11----|-16-15-13-11-----11----|
G-------------------|-----------------------|x2
D-------------------|-----------------------|
A-------------------|-----------------------|
E-------------------|-----------------------|


Verse (listen to the song to get an idea of the timing): 


Cm                Cm  Ebmaj7            Ebmaj7 


Cm                Cm  Ab       Bb  


Pre-Chorus:


Cm                    Eb       Bb


Cm                    Ab       Bb


Chorus:


Cm                    Eb       Bb


Cm                    Ab       Bb


That little outro riff goes something like this:


(note: br means bend and release)


e-------------------|-----------------------|
B----11-------------|----11-----------------|
G--br10--8----------|--br10--8--10----------|
D----------10-------|-----------------------|
A-------------------|-----------------------|
E-------------------|-----------------------|



You can probably guess how to play the rest of the song
on the basis of the chords above. I am posting this simply to motivate
the discussion on the song so that we can get someone with a better
ear than mine to tab out the song.
            
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