|D|| 6 6 7 6 |
|A|| 7 7 9 9 9 9 7 |
|E|| 7 7 7 |
|D|| 6 6 7 6 7 9 |
|A|| 7 7 9 9 9 |
|E|| 7 7 7 |
The second riff is almost always followed by what I can only call a 'comedown'. It's
purpose seems to be to bring the
Notes back down lower, to begin the first riff again. Here it is.
|D|| 99999999 77777777 |
|A|| 99999999 55555555 |
There is a slow part to the song, on the Skillet version, which begins at around
In the background, I think it's a
five-string Bass, playing four notes over and over. For this you can either stay
or play it a little higher.
The '*' means that you should let the note ring out slightly. However, if you think
sounds fancy enough, then try lightly
playing them. Up to you at that point. Come to think of it, you could use those four
For the 'Comedown' riff perhaps?
After that, it's just a mixture of the riffs and comedown, nothing really
And seen as all versions are slightly
different (and I'm gonna be late for work), I'll let you work it out.
There's also an intermitant bit in the Skillet version that begins "In your name..."
I think I have it sorted out, but I need
to finalise it, and then I'll edit the tab online, and insert it there.
Hope you enjoy playing the song. Got any of the usual? Then e-mail to the usual :)