Something Corporate – Astronaut tab

Artist: Something Corporate
Song: The Astronaut
Tuning: Standard (EADGBe)
transposed by Mee, mike dixon
my aim is mrhollisterfag22 so message me for any help with it. This is for the guitar 
the piano. for the intro this is what the guitar plays...
e|-0-0-0-0-0-2--0-0-0-0-2--|B|-3-3-3-3-3----3-3-3-3-3--|G|-------------------------|D|-------------------------|A|-------------------------|E|-------------------------|{--------------------------|during this the piano will play D one octave above middle c the guitar plays 3 on the B string. And also will play along with the guitar then E-E-E-F#(still one octave above middle c)
The rest of the intro goes as follows...e|-5-5-2-0---0-2----5-5-2-0---0--2---------------------|B|-3-3-3---3-----3--3-3-3---3------3-------------------|G|-----------------------------------------------------|D|-----------------------------------------------------|A|-----------------------------------------------------|E|-----------------------------------------------------|
During this part of the intro the piano will play the same notes as guitar which are as octave above middle c)D during parts where guitar plays 3 on the B string and then..A-A-F# E-D-E-F#-D
and the guitar will cut out for a split second and the piano will play E-F#-D again. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- from here on out there are two guitars one continuously plays the very first intro, the playing the 2nd part of the intro. This continues up until the chorus where the rythm in. "Catch them before you fall... and you are not alone" then "callin out to the astronaut"
.... .... .... .... .... .... ........ . is palm mute. piano plays the same thing as guitar. power chords on piano sounds weird but it's what is. F# same octave as middle c, D octave higher, and F# octave higher. likewise for A higher than middle c E one octave higher, and then A two octaves higher. followed by D 1 higher than middle c, e two octaves higher, and d two octaves higher. then finally B octave higher, F# one octave higher, and then b two octaves higher. give it a try:)
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