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Tessellate Tabs (ver.4)

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Tessellate Tabs (ver.4)

Tokyo Police Club
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                I really enjoy this version, a good one to sing and play.

CAPO on the second fret.

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Intro/verse

      D
|---------2-------2-------2-------2--------2-----------3---------|
|-------3-------3-------3-------3--------3---3-----------2---2---|
|----------------------------------------------0-----2-----2-----|
|-----0-----0h2-------0------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------2-------0h2----------0--------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|


Prechorus

    A     G
|---------3--------|
|---2-----3--------|
|---2-----0--------|
|---2-----0--------|
|---0--------------|
|---------3--------|


Chorus

   D    G    A     Em
|--2----3----------0------------------------------------------|
|--3----3----2-----0------------------------------------------|
|--2----0----2-----0------------------------------------------|
|--0----0----2-----2------------------------------------------|
|------------0-----2------------------------------------------|
|-------3----------0------------------------------------------|


Prechorus

     A            G
We beat them down again
     A             G
Its no fun playing cowboy for pretend
     A                   G
We'll show them what the backs of our hands are for
                                           A
The divide is clear in the coming year the rich will take the poor


Chorus

D          G     A             D
      Dire times call for dire faces
          G               Em
So lovely dancer call and answer
          D             G
Trade our places in the night
             Em      G
Were running barefoot you and I
G                   G
Dead lovers salivate broken hearts tessellate
            
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