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Screeching Weasel - Automatic Rejector Tabs

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Automatic Rejector Tabs

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                "Automatic Rejector"
performed by Screeching Weasel
written by Ben Weasel, Danny Vapid, Jughead, John Personality, and Dan Panic
(C) 1992 No Budget Productions
(P) 1992 Lookout! Records

[Notes]
* The lead is a single note, struck once and bent.  Usually it is a C#,
played at the 9th fret on the high E, but after the second chorus there is a
brief key change, at which time it is a D#, played at the 11th fret on the
high E.
* pmf = rest your picking palm across the strings and strike the chord up and
down, creating a "palm-mute/feedback" sound.

***
["Automatic Rejector"]

[ C# / F# ] x2

[ C# / F# ] (with lead) x4

[Verse]:
C#                    F#
   He had a big mouth
          C#                F#
He didn't know when to stop
          C#                   F#
He said, "Maybe we'll see some
C#                       F#                B
Action tonight from that b**ch" but he was wrong

[Chorus]:
          C#                    B
She's the    automatic rejector
          C#(pmf)
She's the   automatic rejector

[ C# / F# ] (with lead) x4

[Verse]:
He came up behind her
And started grabbing her tits
See, his hands and his mouth
Pulled the same kind of sh*t
And when she pulled out her gun
She said, "Why don't you suck on this"

[Repeat Chorus]

[ C# / F# ] (with lead) x4
[ D# / G# ] (with lead) x2
[ C# / F# ] (with lead) x2

[Repeat Chorus]

[Outro: C#-F#-C# / F#] Repeat this with "Automatic rejector, automatic
rejector..."  End on C#.  The outro's lead is one note: C#, played at the
11th fret on the D string.
            
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