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Pain Killer Tabs (ver.3)

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Pain Killer Tabs (ver.3)

Turin Brakes
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                Tuning: Standard E


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I saw a couple tabs for this online, but none seemed complete or accurate... 
so I put some time into this one for you guys. Enjoy.

Intro (Clean)

e------------5---------3---3-3-------------
B------------5---------3---3-3-------------
G------------6---------4---4-4-------------
D-------7----7---------5---5-5--7----------  repeat as necessary
A-----7---7--7---------5---5-5--7----------
E---5--------5---------3---3-3--5----------


Verse
 
e-----5----------------3--------------------
B-----5----------------3--------------------
G-----6----------------4--------------------
D-----7---(5x)---------5----(5x)------------ repeat as necessary
A-----7----------------5-------------------- then play…
E-----5----------------3--------------------


“blows my brains out...”
e--------------------5------2------
B--------------------5------3—(8x)-
G--------------------6--(5x)2------
D--------------------7------0------
A--------------------7-------------
E--------------------5-------------


Chorus
“   Summer rain...           Dripping down your face again”
e--0------------4------------2------------------0-------
B--0------------5------------3-(x)--------------3—(x)---
G--1------------6------------2------------------2-------   repeat as
D--2—(x)--------6-(x)--------0------------------0-------   necessary
A--2------------4---------------------------------------
E--0------------4---------------------------------------
            
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