Tabbed by Brian McCall (Ansigod)

8 - by Sunny Day Real Estate
= written by Jeremy Enigk and Daniel Hoerner

Tuning: standard, capo 3rd fret.

Note: tabbed sandard, (sometimes I'll tab capoed songs as if the capoed
fret is an open string. Say I capo the third fret, I'd tab the
thrid fret to be a 0 and the 4th fret to be a 1. Such is not the
case on this tab.) just a little note to quell confusion.

*1 Intro

G1 (doubled by G2) slight reverb, otherwise clean

V V V V V V V
|-----12-12-----12-12----12-0------11-11-----11-11----11-0------12-12-
|-13--13--------13-------13-13-----13--------13-------13-13-----13----
|-12--12--------12-------12-12-----12----12--12-------12-12-----12----
|-X--------------------------------------X----------------------------
|-3---------3-3-------3--------3-3-------3-3-------3--------3-3-------
|------------------------------------------------------------------...
^repeat

*2

G1 Distortion

|---------------------------------------------------------------------
|---------------------------------------------------------------------
|-9-\-5----12-10-9--10-9--7--9-\-5----12-10-9--10-9--7--9-------------
|-X---5----X--X--X--X--X--X--X---5----X--X--X--X--X--X--X-------------
|-7-\-3----10-8--7--8--7--5--7-\-3----10-8--7--8--7--5--7...----------
|---------------------------------------------------------------------

G2

|----------3-----3-----3--3-------------------------------------------
|----------4-----4-----4--4-------------------------------------------
|-5---5-5--3-----3-----3--3-------------------------------------------
|-5---5-5--5-----5-----5--5-------------------------------------------
|-3---3-3--6-----6-----6--6-------------------------------------------
|---------------------------------------------------------------------
^repeat

*3 Verse

G1
pm-------------------------------------------------------------...
|---------------------------------------------------------------------
|---------------------------------------------------------------------
|---------------------------------------------------------------------
|---------------------------------------------------------------------
|-3-3-3-3---3-3-3-3---3-3-3-3-6-6-6-6---6-6-6-6---6-6-6-6-3-3-3-3...--
|---------------------------------------------------------------------
^repeat
G2

|---------12----12------------11----11------------12----12------------
|------13----13----13------13----13----13------13----13----13---12...-
|---12------------------12------------------12------------------------
|---------------------------------------------------------------------
|-3-------------------3-------------------3-------------------3-------
|---------------------------------------------------------------------
^repeat

repeat *2 for chorus

repeat verse

repeat chorus

*4

G1

|---------------------------------------------------------------------
|----------6----------------------------------------------------------
|------4---5----------8----------7------------------------------------
|-5----5---3----------8----------7------------------------------------
|-5----5---3----------6----------5------------------------------------
|-3----3--------------------------------------------------------------

G2

|---------------------------------------------------------------------
|---------------------------------------------------------------------
|------4---10-10-10---12-12-12----14-14-14----------------------------
|-5----5---X--X--X----X--X--X-----X--X--X-----------------------------
|-5----5---8--8--8----10-10-10----12-12-12----------------------------
|-3----3--------------------------------------------------------------
^repeat

End with several G#s |466544|

Note: If you've seen my tabs before you know how I hate to tab rhythm
strums. Same rule applies to this tab, so please understand that
I've tabbed this based on accuracy of notes and chords, not rhythm
and number of strums.

*5 Feedback verse

To get the desired feedback of the first note leave the A open, then
try these octave chords: |X7X9XX| and |X8X10XX|. Add G1's palm muting
the second time around.

repeat chorus

repeat *4

end of G#

Inspiration to write this tab came from some mental corrections to
Michael Hoover's ([email protected]) tab, so in the process of
correcting his tab I decided to just write my own and submit it to
him to see what he wanted to do with it. Until we negotiate and
decide which tab to post; this one with credit to him, or his original,
corrected with parts of this tab with credits to me. Thanks Michael.




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