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Third Eye Blind - Losing A Whole Year

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Third Eye Blind
Losing A Whole Year

hello. this is my first time doing this so bear with me :).  it's "losing
a whole year" by third eye blind and it's a great song to rock out too.
tuning:  1st string   E
         2nd          G#
         3rd          F#
         4th          C#
         5th          A
         6th          F#
opening riff:
e -------0---------0-----------0---------0-----
B -----h8-8------h3-3--------h7-10-----h7-10---
G -----7---7\----2---2/9-----9----9----9----9--
D ----8---------3-----/10--10--------10--------
A ---7---------2--------------------9----------
E --7---------2--------------------9-----------
A/C#        E/G#        Badd4/D#     
0           0            0
8           3            10 
7           2            9
8           3            10
7           3            9 
7           2            9

These are the main chords used thruout the song.

The bridge is played using Aadd2/6 which is like this:
3     with the E string variating between 3 and 2.


e ----0---------------------------------------------
B ------8---------------3---------------10----------
G -------7b.5b7-7--------2b.5b2-2-----------9b.5b9--
D ---8---------8--8h0--3-------3-3h0--10--10------10
A --------------------------------------------------
E 5/7-----------------2-------------/9--------------

e --------------------------------------------------
B -----------10-------------------------------------
G 9---------------9b.5b9--9-------------------------
D ---10h0--10---10------10--10\---------------------
A --------------------------------------------------
E -------/9-----------------------------------------

Not to be confused.. 9b.5b9 means to bend the string
half a note up then to return it to the original note.

The outro is played using this note:

15   with the E string variating between 15 14 and 12.

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