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Nickelback - Do This Anymore Chords

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Do This Anymore Chords

(ver. 1) Click to play this song!
Nickelback
 Rating:
4/5 (4 votes)
                Tuning: Dropped D

Verse, Pre Verse:
e-------------------------------------------x
b-------------------------------------------x
g-------------------3-----------------------x
d-3-----6-----1-----3-----3-----6-----1-----x
a-3-----6-----1-----1-----3-----6-----1-----x
D-3-----6-----1-----------3-----6-----1-----x
	Let the notes ring, their played with distortion

fill (No, I don't . . . ) :
e------------------------------
b------------------------------
g------------------------------
d-3xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx333----------
a-3xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx333----------
D-3xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx333----------

Pre Chorus (well no I don't find faith in your forced feelings . . . ):
e------------------------
b------------------------
g-55-------3-------------
d-55---11--3--33-66------
a-33---11--1--33-66------
D------11-----33-66------
	play this pre chorus part twice
Chorus:
e--------------------------------------
b--------------------------------------
g-5-5xx-xx--------3--------------------
d-5-5xx-xx-1xx-xx-3-------33-66--------
a-3-3xx-xx-1xx-xx-1-------33-66--------
D----------1xx-xx---------33-66--------
Post Chorus (whoooaa oooo . . .), backround guitar during solo:
e----------------------------
b----------------------------
g-5-----------3--------------
d-5-----1-----3-----33-66----
a-3-----1-----1-----33-66----
D-------1-----------33-66----

That's about it I think.  This song is a lot like "How you remind me,"
It's interesting that they both had the same track number, 2.  Oh well, sometimes
songs sound the same.  This song still kicks ass anyway.  If anyone has the
lead guitar, post it, because I don't.  Any questions, comments, or if you just
want to tell me that my tab completely sucks (I didn't spend much time
            
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