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That's Entertainment Tabs

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                That's Entertainment!

All right, this song is really easy, and I really only 
Anyway it took me only like 5 minutes to do it and i think
it's 100% accurate.  All right cool, have fun with it.

Tuning: Drop D (EBGDAD)

There is no guitar as far as I can tell in the verses
or first part of the intro, and there are only two 
different notes in the chorus/second part of intro,
which makes it a really easy song to play/tab.
In fact, if it wasn't such a good song, I wouldn't waste
my time tabbing or playing it.  But it is a good song, and
I wasn't wasting my time when I decided to tab this song.

Chorus/Second Part of Intro
(the 21 is not twenty-one, it's a two and one put close together)
|---------------------| repeat however many times necessary,
|-2---2---2---2-2-21~-| I think it's 4x for the intro and
|-2---2---2---2-2-21~-| choruses 1 and 2 and 8x for chorus 3.
PM.   .   .

There's a little thing thrown in with some kind of effect
on it, I don't know which one but my best guess at the note is
G|-16-|  -it's thrown in before the music really starts up again,
then it gets to the solo, which really isn't hard.
Lead Guitar
Rhythm Guitar (again it's two one, not twenty one)
|------------------| 4x
PM.   .   .   .

Guitar 1 plays chorus again 4x
Guitar 2 plays this 4x (two-one not twenty one)

~   hold note until whenever
PM  palm mute the notes marked by . underneath them
w   use wammy bar to raise/drop pitch of this note to get
    to next note, eg.  8~w10w8 means hold 8, raise with wammy 
    bar until the note sounds like ten, then drop back to 8
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