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Adam Sandler - 7 Foot Man, from Stan and Judy's Kid, released on September
of 1999


Preliminary Notes:
This is a really easy song to play, especially if you listen to the song a
few times before playing it.
The song's rhythm is slow, easy-going, played by two guitars (one, I assume
is accoustic, and one is either another accoustic or bass)

tabbed by deadman187
The song has 3 major parts to it:
Intro
Verse
Chorus
The only chord ever played in this song is E.
E - 022100
---------------
The song has a continuous backup sequence going:
E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|----0----0----7----7----0------------0------7-----7----0---and so on---|

It sometimes changes to:
E|--------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------|
A|----0----0---7-----7----0------------0-----7-----7-----0------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------|
The key to knowing when to change is by the tone of Adam's voice.
Sometimes there's a short bridge in the end of each verse, and it goes like
this:
E|--------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------2--7-0----and the riff goes on-----------------|
E|-----0--7--0--------------------------------------------------|
Intro-----
The intro is played on a CLASSIC guitar probably, since it has simoltaneous
chords, which makes it highly unusual somoene played it with his fingers on
an accoustic guitar.
What's brought here is the lead notes, that if you play good enough, sounds
almost like the original.

E|-----4-5-4b5---4--4----------4--5--7-7--5--5/7-7--------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------|

E|--9-9b10--10-9--10-9--10--9--5--------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------0--0/5-5/9--10-12-10-9-10--9--7-9-7-5-----|
G|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------The end of the B string Tab ---------------------------------------|
A|-------Was very hard to hear, so I just-----------------------------------|
E|-------finished it as accurate as I could---------------------------------|

E|--7--10--9-9-7-7-7-5-5-5-4-4-4--2-2/4-2-0----------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--Once again, I tabbed what sounded more logical than what-----------------|
A|-----------I thought I'd heard---------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Verse 1 (with the continuous riff in the back)
Chorus
*E*
Verse 2
Chorus 2
*E*
Verse 3
*E*
E E E

            
            
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