Pennsylvania Is...
As recorded by Everclear on "World of Noise" LP
Tabbed by Eric M. (neil@newave.net) and Steve Smith (sesmith3@eos.ncsu.edu) 

VERSION 1 - Tabbed by Eric M.

hey try this for everclear's "pennsylvania is..." . He's simply sliding 
a "G" chord from the third fret, then to the sixth, then to the fifth.
ex:
e|-333333333---66-55-|
B|-333333333---66-55-|
G|-000000000---00-00-|
D|-000000000---00-00-|
A|-222222222---55-44-|
E|-333333333---66-55-|

this sounds exactly like it. also, there is a part where he sais 
"hey,hey,hey,hey", and you just play a "C" with a bar chord at the third 
fret.
ex:
e|-0000000000000----3-| (let ring)
B|-1111111111111----4-|
G|-0000000000000----5-|
D|-2222222222222----5-|
A|-3333333333333----3-|
E|-XXXXXXXXXXXXX----X-|

I swear this is what Art's playing. then there's the breakdown...
ex:
e|-00000000--1111--000--333--222--333--2(stop)2(stop)--00000000--1111--000-|
B|-11111111--1111--111--333--222--333--2      2      --11111111--1111--000-|
G|-00000000--2222--000--444--333--444--3      3      --00000000--2222--000-|
D|-22222222--3333--222--555--444--555--4      4      --22222222--3333--222-|
A|-33333333--3333--333--555--444--555--4      4      --33333333--3333--333-|
E|-XXXXXXXX--1111--XXX--333--222--333--3      3      --XXXXXXXX--1111--XXX-|

AND THEN THE END IS WAY DIFFERENT THAN STEVE'S TAB, BUT THIS IS WHAT ART'S 
DOING...
ex:(let all ring)
e|------------------------|
B|-0---3h5--3--3--2--1----|
G|-0---0-0--0--4--3--2----|
D|------------------------|
A|------------------------|
E|------------------------|

please post this. it is right, and I took the time to write it all out. 
Thanks.
                                                                         
                   -Eric M.   
P.S.: EVERCLEAR ROCKS!!!!!!

VERSION 2 - Tabbed by Steve Smith
 
Verse:
e|-------------------------------
b|-------------------------------
g|------------8-----7------------
d|------5-----x-----x------------
a|------x-----6-----5------------
e|------3------------------------

strum pattern
G:
/-//////
Eb:
/-/
D:
/-/

chorus
simply "B" and "C" power chords

closing solo:
e|----------------------------------------------------
b|---------------------------------------16-15-14-12--
g|-----12--14b--12--14--12--11--10--------------------
d|----------------------------------------------------

I don't know what the little interlude between the 2nd and third verse is, 
if you figure it out email it to me....

Suggestion by Dirt (blind735@up2me.com)

the G IN THE G Eb D progression I think sounds better as a powerchord instead of the octave. 

Suggestion from samantha snead (shininginside@yahoo.com)

I was playing around on the guitare and I figured out that there is a very simple way to play Pennsylvania.

e-------3-----3-----3----3----3----3----3---------6---6---6-----------5---5---5---
b-------3-----3-----3----3----3----3----3---------6---6---6-----------5---5---5---

* Once again, incredibly simple, but it gets the job done :)

JASON'S EVERCLEAR TABS - http://members.tripod.com/~panec/