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Wolf Parade, Grounds For Divorce Tabs (ver.1)

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Grounds For Divorce Tabs (ver.1)

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Grounds for Divorce

Intro guitar part (Dan's part) and is played throughout the first verse:
e|-11-8-11-8-11-8-11-8-8-8-| 
B|-9--9-9--9-9--9-9--9-9-9-| 
G|-------------------------| 
D|-------------------------| 
A|-------------------------|
E|-------------------------|

Intro keyboard part (Spencer's part) and also played almost the whole song (at least the verses)
e|----------------------------------------------------------------------| 
B|----------------------------------------------------------------------| 
G|---3----------------3----------------3--------------------------------| 
D|-6---6-5---3------6---6---3--------6---6-5---3------0-----0-----------| 
A|---------6--------------6------------------6----------3-----3---------|
E|-------------4-4------------4-4-4--------------4-4------1-----1-1-1---|

There is also a second keyboard part (Hadje's part)that comes in randomly during the verse
e|-16----16----16-13-11-8-11-13-16| 
B|--------------------------------| 
G|--------------------------------| 
D|--------------------------------| 
A|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|

Chorus:
C#                   
But the dialing is dead
G#                    
We hit it on the head
Cm                       Fm
It looked like a wedding cake
C#
But the dialing is dead
G#                       Fm
We hit it on the head 
Cm
It looked like a newly wed

Towards the end Spencer plays his same intro part but an octave higher.

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