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Piano Tab, Chords



(4.3 from 43 votes)
115,163 Views, Last Update 12 years ago
by: slickrick


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T|  Artist:  Muse
A|  Song  :  Newborn    (Origin of symmetry)
B|  original tab by: Tim Ruffer
N|  additions by: Tor Undheim, slickrick
A|  
B|  piano/organ intro and verse:
B|  
E|  5|b---b---|b---b---|b---b---|b---b---|
R|  5|-g-g-g-g|-F-F-F-F|-g-g-g-g|-F-F-F-F|
.|  5|--e---e-|--D---D-|--e---e-|--D---D-|
C|  4|e-b-e-b-|e-b-e-b-|e-b-e-b-|e-b-e-b-|
O|  
M|  6|--------|c---c---|--------|--------|
-|  5|b---b---|--------|b---b---|b---b---|
T|  5|-g-g-g-g|-g-g-g-g|-g-g-g-g|-F-F-F-F|
A|  5|--e---e-|--e---e-|--d---d-|--D-D-D-|
B|  5|--------|e---e---|--------|--------|
N|  4|e-b-e-b-|e-c---c-|d-b-d-b-|D-b-D-b-|
A|  
B|  chorus:
B|  
E|  4|------------c-cCd---------------|cccccccc------------------------|
R|  3|----g-gGaaaagagGa-----fFggggbbbb|ggggggggAAAAAAAAbbbbbbbbb-------|
.|  3|eeeededDeeee-e---dddddcCddddFFFF|--------eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeF-------|x2
C|  2|bbbb-b-----------aaaaa----------|--------AAAAAAAAbbbbbbbbb-------|
O|  
M|  
-|  
T|  
A|  ADDITION:
B|  
N|  donnie donnieman <tenderageinbloom@hotmail.com> wrote:
A|  
B|  I have made the following corrections to the existing tab and find that mine 
B|  is more correct to the original version.
E|  
R|  5|b---b---|b---b---|b---b---|b---b---|
.|  5|-g-g-g-g|#F#F#F#F|-g-g-g-g|#F#F#F#F|
C|  5|--e---e-|-#D--#D-|--e---e-|-#D--#D-|
O|  4|e-------|D#------|e-------|D#------|
M|  
-|  
T|  5|b---b--6|c---d--5|b---b---|b---b---|
A|  5|-g-g-g-g|-g-g-g-g|-g-g-g-g|#F#F#F#F|
B|  5|--e---e-|--e---e-|--d---d-|-#D--#D-|
N|  4|e-------|c-------|D-------|D#------|
A|  
B|  
B|  
E|  ADDITION:
R|  
.|  slickrick wrote:  I find that this version is even more correct.
C|  (Both hands are played at exactly the same rate.)
O|  Also UPPERcase notes are sharp, lowercase are natural.
M|  
-|  RH4|b g e g |b g e g |b F D F |b F D F 
T|  LH3|e g b g |e g b g |e F b F |e F b F 
A|  
B|  
N|  RH4|b g e g |b g e g |b F D F |b F D F 
A|  LH3|e g b g |e g b g |e F b F |e F b F 
B|  
B|  
E|  RH5|        |        |c       |c
R|  RH4|b g e g |b g e g |  g e g |  g e g
.|  LH4|        |        |    c   |    c
C|  LH3|e g b g |e g b g |e g   g |e g   g
O|  
M|  
-|  RH4|b g d g |b g d g
T|  LH3|d g b g |d g b g
A|  
B|  
N|  
A|  The guitar part goes like this:
B|  e e e e g e g G a a a a c a c C d <d d >d <d d f F
B|  
E|  g g g g b b b b a a a a g g g g G G G G a a a a
R|  
.|  
C|  
O|  lyrics:
M|  
-|  link it to the world
T|  link it to yourself
A|  stretch it like a birth squeeze
B|  the love for what you hide
N|  the bitterness inside
A|  is growing like the new born
B|  
B|  when you've seen, seen
E|  too much, too young, young
R|  soulless is everywhere 
.|  
C|  hopeless time to roam
O|  the distance to your home
M|  fades away to nowhere
-|  how much are you worth
T|  you can't come down to earth
A|  you're swelling up, you're unstoppable
B|  
N|  'cause you've seen, seen
A|  too much, too young, young
B|  soulless is everywhere
B|  
E|  destroy the spineless
R|  show me it's real
.|  wasting our last chance
C|  to come away
O|  just break the silence
M|  'cause I’m drifting away
-|  away from you
T|  
A|  link it to the world
B|  link it to yourself
N|  stretch it like it's a birth squeeze
A|  and the love for what you hide
B|  and the bitterness inside
B|  is growing like the new born
E|  
R|  when you've seen, seen
.|  too much, too young, young
C|  soulless is everywhere
O|  
M|  destroy the spineless
-|  show me it's real
T|  wasting their last chance
A|  to come away
B|  just break the silence
N|  ‘cause I'm drifting away
A|  away from you 


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Comments (19)
 

Hm..
[Guest]
10 years ago
Even if i cant use musician item, but i know how t use it

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Hm..
[Guest]
10 years ago
All betwen tabs or cords ar same, it will b difficult when u think is it ok!

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slickrick


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10 years ago
Then why are you on this site lookin for tabs, easylivin?

Nailed.

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easylivin
[Guest]
10 years ago
You don't need to read tabs or sheets, just use your ears and work it out for yourself.

It's a skill that takes time and patience, but you'll become a much better musician for it.

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Forbes72
[Guest]
11 years ago
Notice the Synth before the bass comes in. Then, when the bass comes in, there is synth, piano, and bass at the same time. Then voice over that. This is causing a lot of the confusion here.

The original tab, by ruffer contains the correct piano, and an attempt at the vaguely audible synth piano, though not technically correct, is the right chord, and is VERY close to the album.

Donnieman's tab takes out most of the synth part and leaves just a single note for every chord change.

Slickrick's tab the L.H. is playing the bass guitar part (which might sound decent for solo) instead of the actual piano L.H. (synth piano)

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pie
[Guest]
11 years ago
idk man, i mean, itachi1452's kinda right
it' easy as hell to read, all you need is any knowledge of music really.
if you're trained in vocal arts, i'm guesing you know how to read notes like a, b, c, d, e, f, g (if you weren't, i'm sorry you didn't pay attention in first grade when you were learning how to read)


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Rooner
[Guest]
11 years ago
QUOTE'''''itachi1452
[Guest]     (8 months ago)
honestly, you guys are a shame if you can't read piano tabs.
of course, i love sheet music a lot more, and i'm a classically trained pianist, but when i first saw piano tabs, i figured out how to read them in a few seconds... ''''

I don't think thats a shame.
In this world there are more than half musicians are not reading Tabs
and they read chords. if you feel that its shameful you can go jump down building.

Anyway its well done and i like it

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Hannah
[Guest]
11 years ago
Great stuff good for you guess have a great dat

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merewrr
[Guest]
11 years ago
I dont understand how you people cannot read piano tabs . They are easier than bloody sheet music



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Opera Singer
[Guest]
11 years ago
fuck you itachi1452


jeez. I know my theory but I am trained in vocal arts and I am learning piano so I don't know how to read piano tabs...all I know is sheet music.

You blow....get off your high horse. dick.

BTW...this is a great song haha.

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lauren
[Guest]
12 years ago
i don't understand piano tabs

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flash
[Guest]
12 years ago
you're absolutely right ironic lettuce there are theose extra 8 notes before you go back to the start

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majoow
[Guest]
12 years ago
reading tabs is difficult if you can't read sheets (i can, a litlle)
i didn't get it either until i downloaded the sheet with it.
just compared it.

but whatever :P

thanks for the tabs btw :P

and sorry for my crappy english ;)

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itachi1452
[Guest]
12 years ago
honestly, you guys are a shame if you can't read piano tabs.
of course, i love sheet music a lot more, and i'm a classically trained pianist, but when i first saw piano tabs, i figured out how to read them in a few seconds...

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shaman
[Guest]
12 years ago
The numbers are octaves
http://tabnabber.com/documents/howtoreadtabs.a...

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memme
[Guest]
12 years ago
how do i read this part: e5c4e5c4... what does all the numbers stand for?

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mattg
[Guest]
12 years ago
how do u read piano tabs ?!?!?!?!?!?!?

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MAtes
[Guest]
13 years ago
what would be a good finisher to this

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ironic lettuce
[Guest]
13 years ago
Hi!

On the last line of the tab given by slickrick, is there a bit missing?

Doesnt it go:

b4 g4 d4 g4 b4 g4 d4 g4 b4 F4 D4 F4 b4 F4 D4 F4

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