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Mushroomhead - Solitaire Unraveling Tabs

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Solitaire Unraveling Tabs

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                This is the first single off of XX. It is the second best song, behind
“Before I Die”.

Tuning: Drop D – (DADGBE)

Intro/Verse:
This is the keyboard you hear in the song. While J. Mann is singing,
The guitar strums the strings a few times muted.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Keys: (something like this)	                   
E|---3-------------------|---3-----------------------------
B|-3----1-3----1---------|-3----1-3--3-4-------------------
G|-----------3----0-0-0--|----------------2-0-0------------
D|-----------------------|---------------------------------
A|-----play 3x then------|---------------------------------
D|-----------------------|---------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Guitar:
  Before Jeffrey  slide after  When J. Mann    slide into
  Nothing starts  he starts    starts          chorus
E|---------------|------------|---------------|------------
B|---------------|-3/15-------|---------------|------------
G|---------------|------------|---------------|------------
D|-5--5--5--5/0--|------------|-x-x--x-x--x-x-|------------
A|-5--5--5--5/0--|------------|-x-x--x-x--x-x-|-12/0-------
D|-5--5--5--5/0--|------------|-x-x--x-x--x-x-|------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Chorus: (thanks for the correction streeter)
E|---------------------------------------------------------
B|---------------------------------------------------------
G|-----------7-----------7---------------------------------
D|-----8-----5-----8-----5-------8-------------------------
A|--5--6--5-----5--6--5-----5----6-------------------------
D|--5-----5-----5-----5-----5------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Bridge: (Jeffrey Nothing shouts “Rest!”)
E|---------------------------------------------------------
B|---------------------------------------------------------
G|-4--6----4--6---keep with those--------------------------
D|-4--6----4--6---chords-----------------------------------
A|-2--4----2--4--------------------------------------------
D|---------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Bridge part 2: (J. Mann sings “Condemned man...)
The high notes sound like keys
E|---------------------------------------------------------
B|---------------------------------------------------------
G|-2---3---let each one------------------------------------
D|-2---3---ring out----------------------------------------
A|-0---1---------------------------------------------------
D|---------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Bridge part 3: (the little solo, J. Mann sings “Passing it off...”
E|-2-----3-------5-6-----2---------------------------------
B|---3------3--------3-------------------------------------
G|-----2------2--------2-----------------------------------
D|---------------------------------------------------------
A|---------------------------------------------------------
D|---------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Bridge part 4: (J. Mann sings “All of your so called resolve”)
Play “Bridge part 1”

That’s basically it. I know it’s kind of complicated. Where there is
a line of ~~’s is a separation of each part. What I wrote for the
keys and the chorus may not be exactly right, but they’re close.
            
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