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Sublime, April 26, 1992 (Miami) Tabs (ver.1)

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April 26, 1992 (Miami) Tabs (ver.1)

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                April 26, 1992 
             
             by SUBLIME: The most cheerful song about 
                         anarchy, stealing, and arson
                         that ever existed.

intro/verse-
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-4--4--4-2--2---2-4--4--4------2(2)-2-|
-----4-------2h4------4----0000--(h2)-|

Interlude, part 1-
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------2-------2-------2-------2-|
00002---00002---00002---00002---|

Interlude, part 2-
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4-----4p2-2--2---2-4-----4p2-----2--2-|
----4---------2h4------4-----0000-----|
..reapeat this part once, then take a short rest,
   then cut into the second verse.

Later, during the "Won't you let it burn, let it burn, 
let it burn?" part-
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444444442-200-|

Now, wasn't that fun? Good.


"They said it was for the black man, they said it was for 
the Mexican, and not for the white man. But if you look in
the streets, it wasn't about Rodney King. It's this f**ked
up situation and these f**ked up police. It's about comin'
up, and stayin' on top and screamin' 1-8-7 on a motherf**kin'
cop." -Bradlee Nowell (RIP), from "April 26, 1992"






                                    -Poodgie
            
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