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Wild International Tabs (ver.1)

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Wild International Tabs (ver.1)

One Day As A Lion
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Tuning: Standard

To get a good sound, I would put on a whammy pedal and set it an octave down, and add
distortion. All of these songs can be played with just a bass and distortion too.

Intro/Verse Riff

e|------------------------------||
b|------------------------------||
g|------------------------------||
d|------------------------------||  9x
a|--(3)-3-1-4--3--(3)-3--(3)-3--||
e|------------------------------||

I put ghost notes in because it is not really clear on whether or not it is a slur, but
definitely get the idea.

Chorus 1

e|----------------------|     e|----------------------|
b|----------------------|     b|----------------------|
g|----------------------|     g|----------------------|
d|-----------2h3--------| 3x  d|-----------2h3--------| 1x
a|--3h4-4-4------1-3-3--|     a|--3h4-4-4------3------|
e|----------------------|     E|----------------------|

The reason this is so damn hard to figure out is because the voicing on Zach’s keys has
octaves for each note in the chorus, or he is using octaves.


Change Up on second Verse riff

e|----------------------------------------------------------|
b|----------------------------------------------------------|
g|----------------------------------------------------------|
d|----------------------------------------------------------| 1x
a|--(3)-3--(3)-3--(3)-3--(3)-3--(3)-3--(3)-3--(3)-3--(3)-3--|
e|----------------------------------------------------------|


Verse riff

e|------------------------------||
b|------------------------------||
g|------------------------------||
d|------------------------------||  6x
a|--(3)-3-1-4--3--(3)-3--(3)-3--||
e|------------------------------||


Chorus 2

e|----------------------|     e|--------------------------|
b|----------------------|     b|--------------------------|
g|----------------------|     g|--------------------------|
d|-----------2h3--------| 5x  d|-----------2h3------------| 1x
a|--3h4-4-4------1-3-3--|     a|--3h4-4-4------3-3-3-3-3--|
e|----------------------|     E|--------------------------|

For the last two times try to let the notes ring a little more. I had an idea for the
one. That last note (c) is held down. Zach’s keys have no decay. So you can find that
on an EQ and jack it up a bit, so you get some feed back on the note for sustain. Reverb 
also do the trick, but it would only have to be that part, and then it would have to
off.

Breakdown

e|------------------------------|     e|--------------------------------|
b|------------------------------|     b|--------------------------------|
g|------------------------------|     g|--------------------------------|
d|------------------------------| 4x  d|--------------------------------|  4x
a|------------------------------|     a|--------------------------------|
e|--6-6-6-6-4h6--4h6-6-7-6-4h6--|     E|--4h6-6-7-6-4h6--4h6-6-7-6-4h6--|

Chorus/Outro

e|----------------------|
b|----------------------|
g|----------------------|
d|-----------2h3--------| 4x
a|--3h4-4-4------1-3-3--|
e|----------------------|

Key 

h - hammer

(x) - ghost note
            
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