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The Bitch Song  Bowling for Soup

Tabbed By: Ash
Date: 30th July 2003
 
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Right now I put the rythm guitar (chords) over the lead (tabs)
Intro part 1 (Play each chord once, only let C ring)
[G] [D] [C]  
 
 E-----22/88-22---22/8822---------------------------------------------
 B-----22/88-22---22/8822---------------------------------------------
 G--------------7--------5--------------------------------------------
 D-----5--------7--------5--(Let this 1 Ring)-------------------------
 A-----5--------5--------3--------------------------------------------
 E-----3--------------------------------------------------------------

Intro Part 2(Strum chords up and down, no Mutes until you've finished the riff)
[G] [D] [C]  
 
 E--------------------------------------------------------------------
 B--------------------------------------------------------------------
 G--------------7--------5--------------------------------------------
 D-----5--------7-X8---- 5-X16----------------------------------------
 A-----5-X8-----5--------3--------------------------------------------
 E-----3--------------------------------------------------------------

Verse part 1 (same as intro part 1)
[G] [D] [C]  
 
 E--------------------------------------------------------------------
 B--------------------------------------------------------------------
 G--------------7--------5--------------------------------------------
 D-----5--------7--------5--(Let this 1 Ring)-------------------------
 A-----5--------5--------3--------------------------------------------
 E-----3--------------------------------------------------------------

Verse part 2 (strum G and D twice, let C ring)
[G] [D] [C] 
 
 E--------------------------------------------------------------------
 B--------------------------------------------------------------------
 G-------------------------7------------------5-----------------------
 D----5--------------------7-X8 palm muted----5-play once and let ring
 A----5-X8 palm muted------5------------------3-----------------------
 E----3----------------------------------------------------------------

Chorus (strum all chords up and down)
[G] [D] [C]  
 
 E--------------------------------------------------------------------
 B--------------------------------------------------------------------
 G--------------7--------5--------------------------------------------
 D-----5--------7-X8---- 5-X16----------------------------------------
 A-----5-X8-----5--------3--------------------------------------------
 E-----3--------------------------------------------------------------

Solo(strum pattern for chords: down, down, up, down) Do that once for G and D and
twice for C listen to the song for exact timing.
[G] [G] [D] [C]  
 
 E------|-------------------------------------------------------------
 B------|-------------------------------------------------------------
 G------|-------------------------------------------------------------
 D------|-------------------------------------------------------------
 A----9-|------7--------9------5--------------------------------------
 E------|-------------------------------------------------------------

End (just chords)
[G] [D] [C] [G]  
and thats all of it, heres the order
Intro part 1 (X1)
Intro part 2 (X1)
Verse part 1 (x1)
Verse part 2 (X1)
Chorus (X4)
Verse part 2 (X2)
Chorus (x4)
Solo (X6)
Chorus (X4)
The timing on all of that should be right, listen to the song if your not sure.

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