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Prepare To Meet Thy God Tabs

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                Album:This What Remains

This is a pretty easy song...

Intro
E----------------------------------|
B----------------------------------|
G-1-1-1-1-2-1-1-1-1-4-2-1-1-4-2-1--|
D----------------------------------|
A----------------------------------|
E----------------------------------|

Verse 1
E----------------------------------|
B----------------------------------|
G-2-2-2-2-3-2-2-2-2-5-3-2-2-5-3-2--|
D----------------------------------|
A----------------------------------|
E----------------------------------|

Chorus
E------------------------------------|
B------------------------------------|
G---------------------------------3--|
D-3--3-2---3--3-2---3--3-2---3--3-3--|
A-3--3-2---3--3-2---3--3-2---3--3-1--|
E-1--1-0---1--1-0---1--1-0---1--1----|

Verse 2
E----------------------------------|
B----------------------------------|
G----------------------------------|
D----------------------------------|
A----------------------------------|
E-0-0-0-0-1-0-0-0-0-3-1-0-0-3-1-0--|

Post Chorus
E-1-1-1-1-----|
B-1-1-1-1-----|
G-2-2-2-2-----|  Just strum this Fmaj.
D-3-3-3-3-----|
A-3-3-3-3-----|
E-1-1-1-1-----|

Chorus 2
E-1-1-1-1-----|
B-1-1-1-1-----|
G-2-2-2-2-----|  It's the same as the Post Chorus,
D-3-3-3-3-----|  only you have to figure out the
A-3-3-3-3-----|  rythm.
E-1-1-1-1-----|

Bridge Guitar 1
E----------------|
B----------------|
G----------------|
D-2---4---7---2--|
A-2---4---7---2--|
E-0---2---5---0--|

Bridge Guitar 2
E-------------------------------------|
B-------------------------------------|
G-------------------------------------|
D----9---9-10-9-7--9--7------7--------|
A-7-----------------------5-----5/7---|
E-------------------------------------|
            
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