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||I'm actually pretty sure this song is just done with 6 and 7. I think
it just sounds like it goes lower than that because of the infasis the
player puts on it. I know its hard to believe this song could possibly
be achieved so simply, since all great works MUST be complicated, but
I bet if you
tried it, you'd like it. :O)
7.. -77.. -6. 6-66.. 6.... [email protected] 6.-6. 7.. -77.. -6. 6-66.. 6..
My tab's done kinda different than you may be used to. If the notes
are side by side it doesn't mean to try and play them at the same
time, it means to play them quickly one right after another with no
pause. Also, the periods let you know which notes to extend. (I didn't
want to say draw out, cause you might try to inhale on those notes. I
mean play longer.) 2 periods mean to draw for a few beats, one period
is like a single beat, and 4 long notes. The best way to get the
rhythm is to listen to the song, of course, but the periods help to at
least figure out which notes to hold longer than other notes, and
which ones to just sort of hit and move on. Also, the @ means(AND
don't forget to get louder!) 'cause, this is the note of the song that
you hold and get louder. Its easy, just inhale harder and harder.
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