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Like A Dog
                        Jeffries Fan Club
                           Like A Dog

Ok dude, I wrote this tab just for you.  This song is pretty simple so it
wasn't too hard to do.  It's pretty much the progression:


The only trick is, during the verses theres a lot of hammer/pulling while
playing the chords, especially with the pinky.  This is the gist of it.

G          D          C        D

Its not quite that clean, there is some more sturmming but you can get
the general idea of what it sounds like from that I hope.  For the chorus,
use the same chords, more stum, less hammering.


She's really had enough
She's given in so much
This time it's different once again
All the things he said
Running through her head
It's alright if she don't find out
And now he laughs and waits
And he counts the days
She's gone but he knows that it won't last
She told his friend she'll come back again
She'll crawl like a dog she always has


She rolled her eyes then hit the wall
She said he hasn't changed at all
She don't believe him and she don't want him around


Now she holds his hand
Says that he's her man, for the times that he's been so good to her
Will he hurt again, she heard from a friend
She don't know but she really can't be sure
Will she figure out, what he's all about
Will she see what's in that mind of his
It's made of all those things, all the pain he brings
She makes her feel like the dog he is


Then just strum the chords with the hammer/pulling.


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About the artist behind Like A Dog:

Jeffries Fan Club was a Third-wave ska band formed in 1996. The band released several albums on now-defunct Vegas Records before breaking up in 2001. The band played their final show January 6, 2001 at The Glasshouse in Pomona, which was later released on CD under the title Last Show at the Glasshouse. Their breakup was the cover story in the OC Weekly issue dated January 5, 2001.[1][2] In the OC Weekly article, it was revealed that the primary reason for the band's breakup was lead singer/guitarist Mike Dziurgot's desire to return to school. In the article, he also mentioned that he and several of the members didn't enjoy performing unless they were under the influence of alcohol, and that this affliction had prompted him to return to his Christian roots.

The band played a reunion show at the Chain Reaction in Anaheim on November 9, 2002.[3] The band also reunited for two "anniversary" shows, celebrating 10 years since the band was formed, at the Chain Reaction on April 14 and April 15, 2006.[citation needed]

In 2003, the band was featured on OC Weekly's list of "The 129 Greatest OC Bands Ever" at #96.[4]

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