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U2 guitar tabs for Exit

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This, as opposed to the version archived at NEVADA is closer to the
live recording as performed on the 'Rattle & Hum' video. If anyone knows how
to post to NEVADA, could they please do that to this posting.


	EXIT - U2

BASS INTRO

A chord diagramAA--7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7|-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7|--3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3|--

A chord diagramAA--10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10--
(continue this pattern throughout song)
Edges part (including intro)
-> begin this after playing bass pattern twice - in fact comes in half way
through the last bar (the G chord diagramGG's on fret 10)


 (trip.)	    (trip.)
e-------|---|------------|--|-----
B chord diagramBB-------|---|------------|--|-----
G chord diagramGG-------|---|------------|--|-----
D chord diagramDD--9-8-7|---|------------|--|-----
A chord diagramAA-------|-10__10--9-10-9-|-7__7---
E chord diagramEE-------|---|------------|--|-----

  (harm.)
e-------------------------------------------
B chord diagramBB-------------------------------------------
G chord diagramGG-------------------------------------------
D chord diagramDD------12------12----12-----12---12---12---
A chord diagramAA--12------12------12----12----12---12--12-
E chord diagramEE------------------------------------------

e-----------------------------------------------
B chord diagramBB-----------------------------------------------
G chord diagramGG-----------------------------------------------
D chord diagramDD-----------------------------------------------
A chord diagramAA-----------------------------------------------
E chord diagramEE---0-0---------------------0-0-----------------

Verse:


You know he got the cure, you know he went astray, he used to
stay awake to drive the dreams he had a way

(harm.)					(not harm.)
e-----------------------------------------------------
B chord diagramBB--------------------------------------------(trip.)--
G chord diagramGG-----------------------------------------------------
D chord diagramDD------12------12-----12-----12----12--------9-8-7----
A chord diagramAA--12------12------12-----12----12----12--------------
E chord diagramEE-----------------------------------------------------

   He ..
e-----------------------------------------------------
B chord diagramBB-----------------------------------------------------
G chord diagramGG-----------------------------------------------------
D chord diagramDD-----------------------------------------------------
A chord diagramAA--10--------------------------9-10-9-7---------------
E chord diagramEE-----------------------------------------------------


the ..
	     (P.M - now and again)
e------------------------------------
B chord diagramBB------------------------------------	   (repeat this rhythm throughout
G chord diagramGG------------------9-X-------9-9-X---	    rest of song, keeping basic Em chord diagramEmEm,
D chord diagramDD------------------------------------	    and ad.lib. this pattern for
A chord diagramAA-------------7-7-------7-7----------	    Edge's wild solo section -noise)
E chord diagramEE------------------------------------

**Strumming pattern for rhythm shown above**
	The effect can be gained by holding the pick with only about 1
millimetre clearance between the pick and the index finger. Instead of
actually plucking, hit the string at about a 45 degree angle - don't worry
if the string doesn't really sound, Edge doesn't seem to. What you're
basically doing is thumping the strings for all they're worth, and
expecting a far from clean sound.


	-If more help is needed on this, such as "what the hell is this guy
talking about", mail me, and I'll be happy to oblige.

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