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                             Epilogue - The Antlers
Tabbed by: Vexeled
Email: quincimon@hotmail.com

This song is incredibly beautiful and a joy to learn and play. 
I hope you all have fun with it.

Song Structure:

*Verse x2
Verse x2
Chorus x3

*When I refer to the verse here I'm referring to the words of 
the verse, not the actual chord progression. Each verse has a 
couple cycles of the chord progression.



The intro goes along these lines. Each chord is played for one measure.

Em Bm Am C Bm Am C D



G  Bm  C  G(the root slide-down is G, F#)  Em  Am  C  D

The verse chord progression is played in such a pattern that 
it's hard to write it out over the words as I've done with the 
chorus below. You'll have to listen to the song to get it. It 
just repeats until the chorus comes in.

As an added note for some people (such as myself), 
the switch from G to F# is incredibly awkward. A possible solution 
is to simply put your 1st finger on the 2nd fret of the 6th string 
instead of the F# and play only the top 3 strings or so. 
It's sounds more or less the same to anyone who isn't overly fussy. 
A definite must for beginners who love this song and still want to play it. 



Am G x3 then D Like so:

You're screaming,
and cursing,
and angry,
and hurting me,
and then smiling,
and crying,

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JazzFudge wrote on October 2 2009, 06:49 am

I can't see that it starts with an G, and I can't see the transition from the C back to the G. I can't even hear the F#.

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snorlaxman wrote on October 13 2009, 06:24 pm

It starts with an E

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snorlaxman wrote on October 13 2009, 06:28 pm

It goes E B A C B A C E

The C:

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