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Oh It Is Love Tab

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                             OH, IT IS LOVE - HelloGoodBye
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Tabbed by: tguk27dewees

Tuning: Standard

You're going to have to figure out your own strumming pattern and listen for the
arpeggiated notes.  Not too difficult, is it?  So...yeah.  The boys have yet to
record this song for their upcoming album, but they played it at Truckstops and
Statelines and Jesse Kurvic himself told me it was on the DVD, so I decided to
tab it.  Because I love it.  And tomorrow is Valentine's Day.  And I'm cliche.
And Forrest doesn't use full chords because he's just that cool.

INTRO/FIRST VERSE:  <>PRE-CHORUS:
e|--3--5--7--8------<>--7--5--7--5-----|
B|--3--5--7--8------<>--7--5--7--5-----|
G|--4--5--7--9------<>--7--5--7--5-----|
D|--5--7--9--10-----<>--9--7--9--7-----|
A|--x--7--9--x------<>--9--7--9--7-----|
E|--x--x--x--x------<>--x--x--x--x-----|

The chorus is the same as the INTRO/FIRST VERSE, just with a more staccato
strumming style.

BRIDGE:             <>SECOND VERSE:
e|--10--8--3--5---8--7--<>--3--10--9--8---11-----|
B|--10--8--3--5---8--7--<>--3--10--9--8---11-----|
G|--11--9--4--5---9--7--<>--4--11--10-9---11-----|
D|--12--10-5--7---10-9--<>--5--12--11-10--13-----|
A|--x---x--x--7---x--9--<>--x--x---x--x---13-----|
E|--x---x--x--x---x--x--<>--x--x---x--x---x------|

 ^It gets a little iffy here in the BRIDGE....


Order:
INTRO/FIRST VERSE
SECOND VERSE
PRE-CHORUS
CHORUS
SECOND VERSE
CHORUS
BRIDGE
And then they kinda flirt back and forth between the CHORUS and the PRE-CHORUS,
introducing the rest of the band to finish the song and whatnot.
I apologize for the fact that the names of each section may be a little off and
the order in which the progressions themselves were typed is just, like...whoa.
But it should all be correct, so don't complain.

Have fun with this song - it's inevitable.

| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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Julian K wrote on October 2 2006, 11:58 am

where the **** is the chorus? good tab though please put up the vhorus and that pre verse thingy

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the rejection wrote on October 24 2006, 10:53 pm

how many times do you hit each chord, once??? or more? o also should you have a capo high up to create a mandolin effect

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tguk27dewees wrote on October 25 2006, 09:12 pm

You definitely het each chord a bunch. It's pretty easy to figure out though if you listen to any of the recordings....

And...I see no "****". And, I'm not sure what you mean by "chorus, preverse thingy". But, I'd love to put it up. :]

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