by Weezer tabs | tabbed by invadecanadia
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+3   November 20 2004, 12:00 am by boxcarman |
This tab was very well done, one short of Say it ain't so, the best Weezer song
November 20 2004, 12:00 am by boxcarman |
This tab was very well done, one short of Say it ain't so, the best Weezer song
October 17 2005, 12:48 pm by rocknroll22 |
^ i completely agree
-3   April 1 2006, 10:32 am by pnksk8r39 |
its great but if you tune it down a step, its not C# its Db... some people get urked about that kind of stuff cause if you had a a C# instead of a Db, its like a sharp 2, and not a flat 3... so just be careful around that kind of stuff
July 9 2006, 03:55 pm by hang.em.high. |
very good job on this tab. well done.
+2   February 20 2007, 02:12 pm by TJ1991 |
uh... Db IS C#...

Good tab.
+1   September 24 2007, 05:42 pm by hardrokr |
haha...nice. Db IS C#

+1   January 7 2008, 07:25 pm by benjidude945 |
Thanks a lot man!
Love this song and this tab is spot-on.
A lot of fun to play, especially with the part where the 2
people are talking at the party.
You can just play G-C-D-C on the choruses and verses though.
Much easier but you can
play it either way.
August 19 2008, 01:37 pm by StratoTele |
We know Db is C# but you can't mix major and minor keys like that. Major is flats, minor is sharps. /bow.
October 29 2009, 03:23 pm by murdoc66 |
how do you play these chords during the solo?

Bb Eb/Bb F/C Eb/Bb

thanks :)
November 27 2009, 09:51 pm by bassisfun |
its true Db is NOT the same as C#, if you take a music theory class you will find that out right away
+2   December 18 2009, 09:55 pm by ServiceGames |
C# and Db are the exact same note on any instrument. You'll get the same sound regardless. But, theory does dictate that you can't have sharps and flats in the same key. If a key has a single flat, all of the rest of the #/b have to be notated as flats. If a key has a single # in it, all of the #/b have to be notated as #.

What is written above isn't wrong per se, but as the user above said, some people will be irked by seeing sharps and flats in the same key.
September 19 2010, 11:13 am by Juiceboxx.Kris |
WOW, it's awesome that how tabbed the ending - bravo!
-4   January 20 2012, 10:50 pm by CMJ Gibson |
Pretty good tab,it sounds better and more on tempo like this.

e-----------------------------------------------------
b-----0----0----0----0--------------------------------
g----3----3----5----3---------------------------------
d---2-------------------------------------------------
a--------3----5----3----------------------------------
e--3--------------------------------------------------

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