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Taking Back Sunday, Cute Without The E Bass tabs (ver.1)

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Cute Without The E Bass tabs (ver.1)

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                Taking Back Sunday...great band. There aren't many good tabs of this
song on the site, so I've taken the liberty of tabbing one out...I'm
pretty sure it's 100% correct...enjoy kiddies.

/ = slide
h = hammer on
p = pull off
~ = let ring

"Cute Without the E (Cut From the Team)"-Taking Back Sunday

:::Intro is four chords on guitar played twice each:::

Verse:
G----------------------------------
D----------------------------------
A--44444444000000002222222222222222
E----------------------------------  x6

Chorus:
G---------------------------------
D---------------------------------
A-444444442222222277777777--------
E-------------------------55555555  x4

This way sounds better and is better to play, but you 
could also do it this way:

G---------------------------------
D-----------------22222222--------
A-4444444422222222--------00000000
E---------------------------------  x4

You can also throw in a few hammers/pull offs in the chorus to spice
it up...I play it sorta like the bridge (see below)

Verse again (same count)

Chorus again (same count)

Bridge:
G-------------------------------------
D-------------------------------------
A--4444-4--2222-2/7777h9p7------------
E---------------------------5555-5h7--  x10

Bridge 2:
G------------
D------------
A--4~--0~--2~
E------------  x4

Outro:
G----------------------------------
D----------------------------------
A-44444444000000002222222222222222-
E----------------------------------  x6

Ending:
G------------
D------------
A--4~--0~--2~
E------------ 


Rock,
-Gav
            
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