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Bruise Tabs (ver.1)

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Bruise Tabs (ver.1)

Oleander
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                Oleander - Bruise
Send any corrections or improvements to me. Cheers
Apologies for any mistakes, I had to tab it out on my acoustic.
Intro riff
e|----|-------------------------------------------------------------
B|----|-------------------------------------------------------------
G|----|7-8-10-8s7-7-8-10-8s7-7-8-10-8s7-10-8-10-8-7b1/2-------------
D|----|-------------------------------------------------------------
A|----|-------------------------------------------------------------
E|----|-------------------------------------------------------------

Verse (actually a bass first but can be done on guitar)
e|-------------------------------------------------------
B|-------------------------------------------------------
G|-------------------------------------------------------Bass Riff
D|-------------------------------------------------------during verse
A|-1--1----3--3----5--5----6--6--------------------------
E|-------------------------------------------------------

e|----------------------------------------------
B|---------------------------------------------- Guitar riff comes in
G|-s3----s5-----s7----s8------------------------ 2nd time around.
D|---------------------------------------------- not sure about the
A|---------------------------------------------- effects being used.
E|---------------------------------------------- Let notes ring.
She holds her head within her hands
quietly reeling
If only he could understand
What she's feeling

She moves into me
To kiss my shoulder
with emergency for me to hold her (me to hold her)

Chorus 
(I'll leave you to figure out the strumming pattern, very simple though)
   Bb      Dsus2  E      F#m
e|-----------------------------------------------------------------
B|---------3------4------------------------------------------------ 
G|--3------2------3-------2----------------------------------------
D|--3------0------1-------4----------------------------------------
A|--1------0------1-------4----------------------------------------
E|------------------------2----------------------------------------
It's all I want when I'm lost
It's all I need when I'm down
It's all I have when I lose
It's just a bruise

Intro Riff

Verse
(bass riff, then similar guitar riff again I think but not 100% sure)
He holds his head within his hands
contemplating
If only she could understand
Without waiting

She moves into me
To kiss my shoulder
With emergency for me to hold her (me to hold her)

Chorus (same as before)
It's all I want when I'm lost
She's all I need when it's old
She's all I have when I lose
It's just a bruise

Bridge (all barre/power chords)
F        G          D#       C
And its all we ever know (every moment)
F        G           D#
And is................I will go 

Solo
Some weird stuff first then verse guitar riff plays twice
e|----------------------------------------------
B|---------------------------------------------- 
G|-s3----s5-----s7----s8------------------------ 
D|---------------------------------------------- 
A|---------------------------------------------- 
E|----------------------------------------------

e|-13-------13--------15--13--11--15--13--11----
B|----15-11----15--11--------------------------- 2nd time around
G|----------------------------------------------  play this. Let 
D|----------------------------------------------  notes ring
A|---------------------------------------------- 
E|----------------------------------------------

Chorus (same chords)
It's all I want when I'm down
She's all I need when it's old
It's all I have when I lost
It's just a bruise

She's everything

When I lose, its just a bruise.


That's it guys, I've left out the strumming patterns as I couldn't be bothered to tab
them out in all honesty. Send me any corrections or improvements that you may find as
I'm sure there are many. Cheers
Alex h.
            
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