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Oklahoma Tabs (ver.1)

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Oklahoma Tabs (ver.1)

Darkest Hour
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                This song is definatly one of my favorite off the album, but ive just seen so many bad
tabs for it, i decided to give it a try myself. Im pretty sure most of it is right,
ofcourse everybody says that so dont listen to what i say, judge the tab yourselves.


Intro/Main Riff

D|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-2-00-2-00-222--55555555-4444-1111---2-00-2-00-222-88888888-10101010-1111-|
C|-2-00-2-00-222-----------------------2-00-2-00-222------------------------|

 Intro/Main Riff(cont.)
D|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
C|----------------666666665555---------------------------------------------|
G|-2-00-2-00-222--------------1111-------2-00-2-00-222-*11111111-7777-5555-|
C|-2-00-2-00-222-------------------------2-00-2-00-222-*88888888-7777-5555-|
     ..   ..                               ..   ..
(*bottom line played by guitar 1 and the other line played by guitar 2)

Finish that part with just the riff
D|-------------------|
A|-------------------|
F|-------------------|
C|-------------------|
G|-2-00-2-00-22-0002-|
C|-2-00-2-00-22-0002-|
     ..   ..    ...
 Verse
D|--------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------|
F|--------------------------------------------------------|
C|--------------------------------------------------------|
G|-00000-10-00000-9-00000-8-5-2---------------------------|
C|-00000-10-00000-9-00000-8-5-2---------------------------|
   .....    .....   .....
 Chorus
D|--------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------|
F|--------------------------------------------------------|
C|--------------------------------------------------------|
G|-2-00-2-00-222--88888-7-5-------------------------------|
C|-2-00-2-00-222--88888-7-5-------------------------------|
     ..   ..
This is the part right before the bridge
D|-------------------------------------|
A|-999999999999999999999999999999------|
F|-121212121212121212121212121212------|
C|-------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------------|
C|-------------------------------------|

 Bridge (notice, this is not a breakdown opposed to other opinions)
D|---------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------|
F|---------------------------------------|
C|---------------------------------------|
G|-6-5~--6-5~--5-3~-3-2~-----------------|
C|-6-5~--6-5~--5-3~-3-2~-----------------|
Riff after the bridge
Guitar I
D|-------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------|
F|-------------------------------------------|
C|-------------------------------------------|
G|-2-000-2-000-2-000-2-000-------------------|
C|-2-000-2-000-2-000-2-000-66666666/33333333-|
PM   ...   ...   ...   ...
Guitar II

D|--------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------|
F|--------------------------------------------|
C|--------------------------------------------|
G|-2-000-2-000-2-000-2-000-33333333-7777-5555-|
C|-2-000-2-000-2-000-2-000--------------------|
PM   ...   ...   ...   ...

Repeat the part from before the bridge

then repeat the intro

then repeat the verse

then find someway to insert the sound of an electric chair in the
background


There are 2 guitar parts at the "pre" bridge, but i cant figure the second
out so do it yourself.
            
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