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Artist: Artist Vs. Poet
Album: Favorite Fix
Song: Alive
Tabbed by: Ross McGauley
Tuning: C# G# C# F# G# c#
       (DADGAd half-step down)
No capo

This is just a way I worked out how to play the song. It sounds perfect but I have no
idea how it's actually played by Artist Vs. Poet. There's no other tabs and no videos or
anything teaching how to play this song so I gave it a try. This is my first tab and 
it's really short and easy to play.

Intro/Verse/Outro
c#|-----------------------------------------|
G#|-------0-------------0---------0---------|
F#|-----0-------------0---------0-----0-----|
C#|---0-------------0---------0---------4-0-|
G#|---------------2---------0---------------|
C#|-5---------------------------------------|

Chorus
c#|----------------------------|
G#|----------------------------|
F#|-7----------11----9-------6-|
C#|-5----------9-----7-------4-|
G#|-5----------9-----7-------4-|
C#|-5----------9-----7-------4-|

For the Bridge to Outro part is the same chords as the chorus, just with a different
strumming rhythm. It's simple so figure it out.

The song can also be played in just drop D half-step down tuning, not DADGAd half-step
down, but it's a little more difficult with the stretch and hammer-on with the first
lick, and doesn't sound as nice with less open notes.

d#|---------------------------------------|
A#|---------------------------------------|
F#|----0h2------------0h2-----0h2---0-----|
C#|--0--------------0-------0---------4-0-|
G#|---------------2-------0---------------|
C#|-5-------------------------------------|

The chords would remain the same though.

Hope this helped :D
ross_mcgauley@hotmail.com

            
            
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