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Inspire and develop your lil' rock stars
D A D F# A D
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After years of trying to find tab for this I've decided to do it myself. First thing to
is that it's in open D tuning, so DADF#AD and there's a slide used quite a lot in parts.
think it's right and hope it makes sense to you.


Played with a slide, let the chords ring.

D :0-----------------------0-----------------------0-----------------|
A :0-----------------------0-----------------------0-----------------|
D :0-----------------------0-----------------------0-----------------|
A :0-----------------------0-----------------------12-9\7-7--7\5/7\5-|
D :0--2/4--2/4\2p0--2/4/7--0--2/4--2/4\2p0--2/4\2--12-9\7-7--7\5/7\5-|

D :----------------------------------------------------------------|
A :----------------------------------------------------------------|
D :----------------------------------------------------------------|
A :----------------------------------------------------------------|
D :-3/5\3p0-3/5-0-5/7\5p0-5/12-------------------------------------|

Part 1:

D :0-0--0-------0-------0-------0-0-----------0-0-0-0-0-0-0-3-2-0-|
A :--0--0-0h2-0-0-0h2-0-0-0h2-0-0-0-3-3-3-2-0-0-3-3-3-3-3-3-------|
D :--0--0-------0-------0-------0-0-----------0-0-0-0-0-0-0-------|
A :--0--0-------0-------0-------0-0-----------0-------------------|
D :--0--0-------0-------0-------0-0-----------0-------------------|
                                   tell me...   Do you really give...

Play through twice)

D :0-0--0-------0-------0-------0-0-----------0-/12-------------3p0-3-|
A :--0--0-0h2-0-0-0h2-0-0-0h2-0-0-0-3-3-3-2-0-0-/12-----3p0-3p0-------|
D :--0--0-------0-------0-------0-0-----------0-/12--3p0--------------|
A :--0--0-------0-------0-------0-0-----------0-/12-------------------|
D :--0--0-------0-------0-------0-0-----------0-/12-------------------|
                                wanna tell you.. bout some things...

it basically follows a similar pattern from there, 2 verses ending with the "do you
bar then one where it slides up to 12th and where peter green usually improvs a quick fill
fretted notes or slide

Guitar Break:

D :------------------------------------|
A :-0-0h2---0-0h2---0-0h2---0-0h2------|
D :-------0-------0-------0-------0----|
A :------------------------------------|
D :------------------------------------|

^repeats for a bit

D :-/12-12-12-12-12-0--|
A :-/12-12-12-12-12-0--|
D :-/12-12-12-12-12-0--|
A :-/12-12-12-12-12-0--|
D :-/12-12-12-12-12-0--| X4

D :-7-9-12-9-7-9-7-------------7-9-12-9-7-9-7-1/2----------|
A :-7-9-12-9-7-9-7-------------7-9-12-9-7-9-7-1/2----------|
D :-7-9-12-9-7-9-7-------------7-9-12-9-7-9-7-1/2----------|
A :-7-9-12-9-7-9-7-1/2-1/2\1p0-7-9-12-9-7-9-7-1/2----------|
D :-7-9-12-9-7-9-7-1/2-1/2\1p0-7-9-12-9-7-9-7-1/2----------|

D :-12-10-12-10-10/12-10/12-1/2-|
A :-12-10-12-10-10/12-10/12-1/2-|
D :-12-10-12-10-10/12-10/12-1/2-|
A :-12-10-12-10-10/12-10/12-1/2-|
D :-12-10-12-10-10/12-10/12-1---|2 x2 I think it slides up to 3rd fret afterwards

and I think thats basically it, he repeats some parts throughout the song and the vocals
follow when he does, its also worth noting that theres a few different versions of the
and he plays slightly different fills on each of them so feel free to improvise your 
hope this has been useful and not too shoddy for my first tab.
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