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Metal Mickey Tabs

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 Metal Mickey is the first single released in the US.  There's a lot of
 guitar lines and doodles in this song, and unfortunately I really wasn't
 able to pick most of them out of the mix.  So call this a rough outline, if
 you will.  The original key is Ab, so tune each string down a half step if
 you want to play along with the CD. 
 Corrections/improvements/additions/comments are most definitely welcome.

 Notation:  fb = feedback   2(p)0 = pull off
 ---------------------------3--0__(effects) (I think he scr*pes the pick
 -----------------------------------           along the A string)
 The main rhythm is A5 A5 G A5:
 so the rest of the intro, as well as the verses, are
 A5   G   D   C   A (with this lick thrown in:E|-2-3-2-3---)
 A5                              G          D              C     A
 Well she's show showing it off then   the glitter in her lovely eyes
 A5                        G                D                   C        A
 Show show showing it off then  and all the people shake their money in time
 G    C     D    C  G    C    D
 She sells heart,  she sells meat
     A     D    E          D    G     E
 Oh Dad, she's driving me mad, come see
 A5                            G                        D       C        A
 We shake shake shake to the trumpet  and through the slippery city we ride 
 A5                    G                      D                 C        A
 Skyline swine on the circuit where all the people shake their money in time
 Repeat Chorus:

 then A5 G A5 G A5 G etc. into solo  (A blues pentatonic scale, centered
 around 5th position: notes are A C D E G)
 Repeat Chorus:
 A    D      E   D   A    D    E
 She sells heart,   she sells meat (repeat and fade)
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