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Walkmen, Rue The Day Tabs (ver.1)

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Rue The Day Tabs (ver.1)

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                "Rue the Day" by The Walkmen

Standard tuning

Intro: "I know your only thinking....."
e|------------------------------------------|
b|--11-------11-----------------------------|
g|------13------13--------------------------|
d|------------------------------------------|
a|------------------------------------------|
e|------------------------------------------|


Verse:"Introduced, we both laughed....."
e|------------------------------------------------------|
b|------------------------------------------------------|
g|-1-----2------1-----2---------------------------------|
d|-2-----2------2-x8--2-x16-----------------------------|
a|-2--x8-0--x8--2-----0---------------------------------|
e|-0------------0---------------------------------------|

Chorus:"Tip toe out"/"Tip toe down....."
e|---------------------------------------------------|
b|------4--5-----------------------------------------|
g|------4--6-----------------------------------------|
d|------4--6-----------------------------------------|
a|------0--4-----------------------------------------|
e|---------------------------------------------------|

Bridge 1: "I'd be lying...."
e|-----------------------|
b|------------------4----|
g|-play around in---4----|
d|------------------4----|
a|------------------0----|
e|-----------------------|

Bridge 2: "Oh, theres a memory callin...."
e|--------------------------------------------|
b|---5--4-------------------------------------|
g|---6--4-------------------------------------|
d|---6--4-------------------------------------|
a|---4--0-------------------------------------|
e|--------------------------------------------|
            
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