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Seven Mary Three - Tug Tabs

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Seven Mary Three
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Seven Mary Three


Here's the basic rythm riff played everywhere but the chorus
 D5            Bm/D       
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------3------3------3------3-|
---2-----2-------4-----4-----|
-0---------0---0---------0---|
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-----------------------------|

Here's the basic chorus riff 
 F#m          Em
--------------------------|
------0-----------0-------|
---2-----2--2---0----0--0-|
-4------------2-----------|
--------------------------|
--------------------------|

Listen to the song to get the feel. The basic rythm riff is repeated quite a bit.



Intro: repeat basic rythm riff several times then continue through verse until chorus


Little miss runs away, I didn't think you would ever come back
And as I turn my head, I find my newest complication

F#m       Em   F#m       Em
 She won't run, and won't fall
F#m       Em      F#m Em     *begin basic rythm riff
 She don't talk to anyone at all 

Am I your sleepless dream? Can I whisper soft advice?
Am I the wind rush through the tree, turning leaves of observation?

F#m       Em   F#m       Em
 She won't run, and won't fall
F#m       Em      F#m Em     *begin basic rythm riff
 She don't talk to anyone at all
At all

(interlude-repeat chorus riff then begin basic rythm riff)

A river rushes towards a south city left behind
The tug is moving at a walking pace, slithering up her spine

F#m     Em   F#m     Em
 I won't run, I won't fall
F#m     Em      F#m Em 
 I don't talk to anyone
F#m     Em   F#m     Em
 I won't run, I won't fall
F#m     Em      F#m Em     *begin basic rythm riff
 I don't talk to anyone at all 
At all
At all
At all
            
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