Tomorrow

     
from: Josh Underwood
date: 11/08/2009      
      
Here is a Tab for Tomorrow from MK's new CD, Scambot 1. This song was released as a free download before the release of the album, so we've had some time to listen to it 
before Scambot 1's release. It's a funny little song that I've really grown to enjoy quite a bit. The tuning on the album is somewhere between Dropped D flat and Dropped D 
a half step down. It will work either way, but don't be surprised if you try playing along with the album and you sound out of tune. Usually this is done for vocal reasons. 
My tab is for the latter tuning; Dropped D a half step down.


Written by Mike Keneally
Tabbed by  Josh Underwood ( Ashen7[at]gmail[dot]com )


() = Natural Harmonics
H  = Hammer on
P  = Pull Off


D#|-------------------------------------------------------::
A#|-----------------------(7)---------------------6-------::
F#|-----------------------(7)---------------3h5h6---------::
C#|--------3-------------------3h5h6p5p3p0----------------:: Play 10x
G#|----3h5------------------------------------------------::
C#|--0-------7-3-/6-5-3-0---------------------------------::


Then the chorus:

D#|--------------------------------------------------------------||
A#|--0---0------0h2-0---0----0-----0------0h2-0--0----0-2-3-/5---||
F#|--0-----0----0h2-0---0------0-----0----0h2-0--0----0-2-4-/6---||
C#|--0------------------0------------------------0---------------|| 
G#|--5------------------5------------------------5---------------||
C#|--5--5-----0---------5--5-----5------0--------5--5------------||


Play this 4 times, then it's back to the main riff:

D#|-------------------------------------------------------::
A#|-----------------------(7)---------------------6-------::
F#|-----------------------(7)---------------3h5h6---------::
C#|--------3-------------------3h5h6p5p3p0----------------:: 
G#|----3h5------------------------------------------------::
C#|--0-------7-3-/6-5-3-0---------------------------------::


This is played 4 times while Mike does a solo, but the vocals still continue. Then it's back to the chorus riff: 
Eb|--------------------------------------------------------------||
A#|--0---0------0h2-0---0----0-----0------0h2-0--0----0-2-3-/5---||
F#|--0-----0----0h2-0---0------0-----0----0h2-0--0----0-2-4-/6---||
C#|--0------------------0------------------------0---------------|| 
Ab|--5------------------5------------------------5---------------||
Db|--5--5-----0---------5--5-----5------0--------5--5------------||

This is repeated 4 times while MK does some more soloing. Finally the song ends with:
D#|------||
A#|------||
F#|------||
C#|--0---||
G#|--0---||
C#|--0---||



Bleedin'......

When I first heard this song on my iPod, I was surprised to see that Mike (or someone) included lyrics! If you use an iPod, or iTunes you can just go to your lyrics tab and 
see them all nicely laid out there for you. But if not, here they are:


T o M o R rrrr OWWWW!
Planets collide and I will preside
T o M o R rrrr OWWWW!
I decorate the walls where your consciousness resides
T o M o R rrrr OWWWW!
How do I make you feel this (and why do I want to?)
T o M o R rrrr OWWWW!
A twist of my portable polyhedral dial and

Yes, I will try harder
Yes, I will allow this to come through
Now I must work smarter
Look, I see myself
Iím 16.2 feet in front of myself
I see my face, I see my arm Ė
itís doing that wiggly wiggly beckoning-finger thingy at me
Iíll heed my call, O

T o M o R rrrr OWWWW!
T o M o R rrrr OWWWW!

(a tweak of my mechanized equinoctial dial and)
Eagles dive from a cloud and
Eagles biting the crowd and
All heads bust out bleeding


 
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