Longwave - I Know Its Coming Someday tab

LongWave is an extremely easy band to play on guitar. They do not invent guitar
licks but they do have catchy melodies. Awesome band but no1 has ever heard of em.

You can play this song one of two ways. There are two (three if you argue that
one is a variation or one if you argue they are all variations of the same
general theme [that can be interpreted as a stab against religion I guess])chords
used in this song. You can choose to play this song only with  three chords or
you can improvise the entire thing. If you want to improvise why are you on
ultimate-guitar.com looking up a tab to LongWave?

Here are the chords followed by the way they are played in the song. I will
define these tabs and refer to them later by their definitions.

Tabs:A B C Note A: These are not A chords, B chords, or C chordse|------------------------------| Although to deaf people A=B=C in this case.B|---4----3----6----------------| Make sure to play A, B, and C really loud forG|---3----3----3----------------| those deaf people. You probably won't hearD|---5----5----5----------------| complaining unless you are terrible at guitar.A|------------------------------|E|------------------------------|
Tabbed by: RiseAgainst21 Email: playdeadgod@yahoo.com Tuning: Standard
Here are how many times I strum the chords over the two measure interval each is played in. I play them to my own rhythm which couldn't by illustrated here. You can play them 1 time each if you so chose.
(x14) (x14) (x14) (x14)e|-------------------------------|B|--4-------3-------4-------4----|G|--3-------3-------3-------3----|D|--5-------5-------5-------5----|A|-------------------------------|E|-------------------------------|
I strum A 14x, then B 14x, then A a total of 28x. 7x per measure for all of you who know how to count. Have fun with my wording there but you know what I mean! Lyrics and chords combined: Note B: X-----X means play throughout. You can get fancy and throw in C's and B's amidst the A's. They seem to sound best. You can even play the lone B string with the melody which I show how to do at the very end in section 3.14159265358979323846264A. Note to self: Memorizing pi is not a way to pick up girls. Note C: Most of the chords are played directly on the syllables of words. For example, the word "someday" has two syllables. Chord C is played on the first and A is played on the second. When all your strength, is wearing thin; Hangin on, until the end A------------------------------------A-B-----------------------B-A I can give you what you're looking for; A------------------------------------------------A After the years, you give in vain; Reaching out to feel again A-------------------------------A-B-----------------------B-A I can give you what you're looking for; A-------------------------------------A Chorus: Yeah well I know it's coming someday A-----------B B A A C A In the pit of every morning B B A A C A Well I know it all too well A A C C A Know it all too well B B A C A This next part is played every time after the chorus. It sucks to play on electric with no amp or distortion because of how high up it is on the neck. Gluckauf!! And as tool say, "UND KEINE EIER."
Repeat. More words. They follow the same general pattern as before (told you). There is a solo somewhere in this song. You can call it a solo but it is not very Somehow, it doesn't seem to matter though because this song still depresses me.
As I mentioned earlier, there are many different ways to improv this song. No I did not misspell improve. Improvise people! Improvise! If you know Jazz then you know what I'm about. Anyway, the melody of the chorus is as follows:
Yeah well I know it's coming, someday (repeat once)e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|B|---8----8----8-6----6----6-4-----11--8-------------------------------------|G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Well I know it all too well (Repeat once)e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|B|--------4-4/6--6--6/8-8---4------------------------------------------------|G|---3-----------------------------------------------------------------------|D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Note D: The second time's lyrics: "I know it all too well" (Notice the lack of the first "well") Now the annoying high part Note E: You can improvise an many different levels throughout the entire song. In no order, these notes sound right almost all the time because the scale corresponds to the key the piece (for the majority of the song)
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|B|--4-6-8-9-11-13-15-16------------------------------------------------------|G|-----------------------3-5-7-----------------------------------------------|D|-----------------------------2-4-6-7---------------------------------------|A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|E|--3------------------------------------------------------------------------| ^<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<Sometimes you can play this note ^. If it sounds weird, that's because it is played on second string (B) not the sixth (E). Forgive my terrible notation here.Sounds wonderful if you can get the note in at the right time. If you remember, it is highest note played in Chord B.
Other than that there isn't much else to the song. I realize this tab is rather verbose reads like a technical manual sometimes. I am discriminating against those who are not inclined I guess. | / slide up | \ slide down | h hammer-on | p pull-off | ~ vibrato | + harmonic | x Mute note =============================================================================
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