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Moe - Bring You Down Tabs

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Bring You Down Tabs

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e------------12----------------------10---------------------------------------------------------------|
B----------------12------------12-----------------17--------------------------------------------------|
G-11b13------------13r11------------16b18------18r16-14\13-14p13--------------------------------------|
D-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------14--------------|
A------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------14\12--11--|
E-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e--------------12-----------------------------------------------------------------|
B---------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Gā€”11b13------13r11---9h11ā€”9h11p9---------9--------9----9----9--9--9---------------|
D----------------------------------------------------12---9h11--11--11---9--7--6--|
A---------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E---------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
-This same lead part is played 3 times throughout the song, two times before the solo and once at the end.


The other guitar part plays an E-Bminor-D-A, sort of arpegiating the entire song.
     -This rhythm guitar part plays this but when he goes "here with me" they skip the A 
the progression and strum.
That's the song, the solo is later, but you can just make one up
Holla.
            
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