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Pretty Like Drugs Tabs (ver.2)

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Pretty Like Drugs Tabs (ver.2)

Queen Adreena
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                Pretty Like Drugs
Queen Adreena


revised 7/12/02

Main riff

e|------------------------------------------
B|------------------------------------------
G|------------------------------------------
D|5-5---------------------------------------
A|5-5---------------------------------------
E|3-3-6h8-3h4p3-8h9p8-6---------------------

Crispin plays it differently, drop D tuning
I think, but I couldnt work out what he was
doing really.


Mental Bit

e|------------------------------------------
B|------------------------------------------
G|----10-10------9-9------8-8-----7-7-------
D|5-5--------5-5------5-5-----5-5-----------
A|5-5--------5-5------5-5-----5-5-----------
E|3-3--------3-3------3-3-----3-3-----------

e|------------------------------------------
B|----10-10------9-9------8-8-7-7-7-7-------
G|------------------------------------------
D|5-5--------5-5------5-5-------------------
A|5-5--------5-5------5-5-------------------
E|3-3--------3-3------3-3-------------------


Other Chorus Bit

e|------------------------------------------
B|------------------------------------------
G|------------------------------------------
D|5-5-5-5-5-5-10\---------------------------
A|5-5-5-5-5-5-10\---------------------------
E|3-3-3-3-3-3-8\----------------------------

Outro

e|------------------------------------------
B|------------------------------------------
G|------------------------------------------
D|5-5-5-5-5-5-------------------------------
A|5-5-5-5-5-5-------------------------------
E|3-3-3-3-3-3-------------------------------


Bass line

A|------------8\------------------------------
E|3-3-3-3-3-3-----------------------------

That just goes through the whole song.
            
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