Negative 3
Tabbed by Lidsville

(tune E string down one half step to D#)


e|-----------|-----------|-----------|-------------|
B|-----------|-----------|-----------|-------------|
G|-----------|-----------|-----------|-------------|
D|---1--1--1-|---1--1--1-|---1--1--1-|---0--0--0---|
A|-----------|-2--2--2--2|-1--1--1--1|-2--2--2--2--|
E|-0--0--0--0|-----------|-----------|-------------|

e|-----------|-----------|-----------|-------------|
B|-----------|-----------|-----------|-------------|
G|-----------|-----------|-----------|-------------|
D|---1--1--1-|---1--1--1-|---1--1--1-|---4--4--4---|
A|-----------|-2--2--2--2|-1--1--1--1|-4--4--4--4--|
E|-0--0--0--0|-----------|-----------|-------------|

guitar 2 (verse)

e|-----------|-----------|-----------|-------------|
B|-----------|-----------|-----------|-------------|
g|-8---------|-4---------|-3---------|-6-----------|
D|-8---------|-4---------|-3---------|-6-----------|
A|-6---------|-2---------|-1---------|-4-----------|
E|-----------|-----------|-----------|-------------|

riff
(strewn casually about at the end of each verse, i believe)

e|----------------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------8------------------|
D|---------------------------8------------------|
A|-6--9--2--4---8--9--8--4*--6------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------|

<*=this is 12 at some points in the song. listen and you'll hear
when to play 4 and when to play 12.>

chorus

e|-------------|-------------|-------------|--------------|
B|-------------|-------------|-------------|--------------|
G|-8--8-8-8-8-8|-4--4-4-4-4-4|-3--3-3-3-3-3|-6--6-6-6-6-6-|
D|-8--8-8-8-8-8|-4--4-4-4-4-4|-3--3-3-3-3-3|-6--6-6-6-6-6-|
A|-6--6-6-6-6-6|-2--2-2-2-2-2|-1--1-1-1-1-1|-4--4-4-4-4-4-|
E|-------------|-------------|-------------|--------------|

the little instrumental break in the song is a B barre chord
played as an arpeggio...for you chord impaired ppl it looks like
this:

e|--7------------------------------------------|
B|--7-<----------------------------------------|
G|--8-<----------------------------------------|
D|--9-<----------------------------------------|
A|--9------------------------------------------|
E|--*------------------------------------------|

<*=E string not played: since it's tuned down a half step it
won't sound right>
You pick the notes individually instead of playing them all at
once. the ones w/ an < are the ones daisy plays the most. i
think he may screw with the chord a little bit: listen to the
song to get the specific