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Wake Up Deadman Tabs (ver.1)

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Wake Up Deadman Tabs (ver.1)

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Wake Up Dead Man by U2
Lyrics and Music:U2

It's a relatively easy song for the rythem guitar part.  I've tabbed out
the progression of notes in the song.  If you listen to the song you can
listen to exactly how many times each part is played.

Verses:

--4------4--4---|--2------2--2---|--0------0--0---|------------------------|

------------------|------------------|-------------------|---------4----4--4
---|
------------------|------------------|-------------------|--2--1------------
----|
------------------|------------------|-------------------|------------------
------|
-----4----------4|-----2----------2|-----2----------2|-----------2---------2
|
-----4----------4|-----2----------2|-----0----------0|-----------0---------0
|

------------------|------------------|
--6------6--6---|--4------4--4---|
------------------|------------------|
-----4----------4|------------------|
-----4----------4|-----2----------2|
------------------|-----2----------2|

Chorus:

"Wake up, wake up dead man                              "    
G#m                       F#            step down       C#
-4-                           -2-             --7--6--           -4-
-6-                           -4-             ----------          -4-
-6-                           -4-             ----------          -6-
-4-                           -3-             ----------          -6-
-4-                           -2-             ----------          -6-
-4-                           -2-             ----------          ----

It sounds pretty good if you only got one guitar.
            
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