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Little One tab

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by Beck
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Transcribed by: Jake Burgoon 
Beck
Little One (from Sea Change)

Standard Tuning

Intro and Verse - played moderately slow 

e|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------6------------------------------------3------------------------|
G|------9---8-----------5--7--4-2-0--------6----5--------------6--7-----9-----|
D|----6---6---5---5---5-------------0----3---3----2----2----------------------|
A|--7-------6-------3------------------4--------3------------7--/9---/10------|
E|----------------------------3---------------------------5-------------------|

                                     After the second  e|---------------------|
                                     verse, he plays   B|---------------------|
                                     this ending to    G|-----6--7-7--6-6-----|
                                     lead into the     D|---------------------|
                                     chorus ------->   A|-----7--9-9--7-7-----|
                                                       E|--5------------------|

Chorus - strumming chords

 C     A     F     C     D     A     C     G     E
(The chord changes are simple and can easily be heard on the album)

----Verse (2x w/ second time having the alternate ending)

----Chorus

Bridge - strumming again

F    D/F#    G    A    F    E    A    G

----Verse (2x w/ second time having the alternate ending)

----Chorus (3x)

After this, the band has a mini jam session that lasts for a little over a
minute, so I always end the song where my tab ends.  Enjoy!
Feel free to e-mail me with any questions or comments.

            
            
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luckyshot60 61 Jun 23, 2011 05:34 PM

The notes in the verse are essentially right, but Beck plays them in an easier way.

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