Days Of The New - Enemy Chords & Tabs

 

Enemy Chords & Tabs

Days Of The New Chords & Tabs

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Enemy Tab

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   Days of the New- Enemy
   (Days of the New II) 
   Transcribed by nirvana1992 
   11/99

   This song is full of effects and drum beats.
   This tab is my acoustic version of the bassline
   and the guitar parts to the song. It sounds
   really good on an acoustic IF you know what you're
   doing.
   You pretty much have to figure out the rhythm
   yerself, unless you're blessed with talent 
   like myself and it just comes to ya!


   Arr. for Guitar
   Standard Tuning (EADGBE)

   Intro (Light Strumming or fast pick)
   ------------------------------------
   ------------------------------------
   -3-3-3-3-3-3------------------------
   -4-4-4-4-4-4-repeat like that-------
   -4-4-4-4-4-4------------------------
   -2-2-0-2-0-2------------------------
   "Listen here .... I'm not the one who's tryin' to change you"

   -----------------------------------------------------
   -----------------------------------------------------
   ----------------------------4------------------------
   ---Keep Repeating-----------4----DRUM EFFECTS ENTER--
   ----------------------------2------------------------
   -----------------------------------------------------
   "You need to change it... now"


   Verse/Chorus (Each chord corresponds to the words sung below it)
   It sounds much better if you throw some strums and bass hammer-ons
   between each chord.
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/d/days_of_the_new/enemy_tab_ver_2.html ]
   ------------------------------------------------------------
   ------------------------------------------------------------
   -3----3----3--3---3------3-----3--3--3-----4--4--4--4--4----
   -4----4----4--4---4------4-----4--4--4-----4--4--4--4--4--4-
   -4----4----4--4---4------4-----4--4--4-----2--2--0--2--0--2-
   -0----2----0--2---0------2-----0--2--0----------------------
   "I'm not the one who's trying to be your enemy............"

   Alternate between the F# barre chord and B 2nd fret barre 
   chord for the rest of the verse and chorus

   BRIDGE
   (Weird Effects)

   -----------------------------------------------------
   -----------------------------------------------------
   ------7---------------8-----8------------------------
   ------6--slide up to 9 9 ----------------------
   ------6-- 9 9 ----------------------
   ------5---------------7-----7------------------------
   Hit the A, slide up to B then hit the B

   Repeat a few times then......

   Improvise here since its all effects at this point
   (a light but fast strum sounds pretty good)
   I'm not sure about the lyrics here but its something
   like this: 

   -----------------------------------------------------
   -----------------------------------------------------
   --11----14------------------------------------11-----
   --11----14--------------14----------9---------11-----
   --9-----12--------------14----------9---------9------
   ------------------------12----------7----------------
   "I went in killing the sun, I once won, I once won"

   Repeat until the end of the song, where it goes back
   to the F#- B pattern. It sounds much better when 
   you thrown in some strums where you can, as I've
   only tabbed what's necessary.

   Look forward to hearing the new DOTN disc! I've heard it's 
   coming out in about 2 weeks, and there are rumors Travis 
   has a new band on this record so it should be interesting.

   Comments or suggestions:
   nirvana1992@hotmail.com
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