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Rainy Day Women 12 And 35 tab

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Rainy Day Women #12 & #35
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Tabbed by:  Some Guy
Email: jscud989@yahoo.com

Tuning: Standard

I heard Dylan play this live recently on his minor league baseball tour, of course being 
sounds very little like the record; this is how I play it, so if it isn’t totally 
in regards to the record it’s still in the same key and sounds awesome.


Intro/Rhythm Part/Works Throughout Song
Downstrum and keep in mind that Dylan uses different rhythms live
e|----------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------------------4--------------------|
G|-------------------------------------------4-(repeat)-----------|
D|-------------------- 2-2-4-(5)2-(repeat)---4--------------------|
A|--2-2-4-(5)2-(repeat)0-0-0-(0)0------------2--------------------|
E|--0-0-0-(0)0----------------------------------------------------|
   They stone yeh…..                      Everybody must get stoned..

  Lead Part 1
e|-----4---4---3---2-----0---------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-3/4---4---3---2---0h1-----------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------| Repeat a
A|---------------------------------------------------------------|couple
E|---------------------------------------------------------------| times

  Then..

e|-----9---9---8---7-----5---------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-/9---9---8---7---5/6------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------|

  Play Lead Pt. 1 again
  Then..

e|-----11---11---10--9-----8-------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-/11---11---10---9---7/8---------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------|

   Play lead pt. 1 again then downstroke this B7 a few times and start all over again with the intro

e|----2-------------------------------------------------------------|
B|----0-------------------------------------------------------------|
G|----2-------------------------------------------------------------|
D|----1-------------------------------------------------------------|
A|----2-------------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------|


Once you get the gist of my tab here, you should have no problem figuring out what goes 
strumming etc



| / slide up
| \ slide down
| h hammer-on
| p pull-off
| ~ vibrato
| + harmonic
| x Mute note
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willwelsh816 306 Jun 07, 2008 09:59 AM

Where are the chords

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hoodman_blind 74 Oct 19, 2008 09:52 AM

that's why it's says "tab" and not "chords".

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