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I’m Good Now – Bob Schneider
From the album: I’m Good Now
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Tabbed by: William Sulzer
Email: wsulze1@lsu.edu

Tuning: EADGBe

Riff 1:
e|---0-------------|
B|---0-------------|
G|---0-------------|  (Simple enough; play it with the song       
D|---2-2-----------|   to get the timing
A|---2---0-2-4-5-0-|   on the different notes)
E|-0-0-------------|

Organ Riff:
e|-12-12-12-12-10-10-9-8-|-12-12-12-12-10-10-9-8-|
B|-----------------------|-----------------------|

E|-15-12-12-12-10-10-9-8-7-|
B|-------------------------|

e|-12-12-12-12-10-10-9-8-|-15-12-12-12-10-10-9-8-|
B|-----------------------|-----------------------|
 
E|-12-12-12-12-10-10-9-8-7-|
B|-------------------------|

Intro:
   Riff 1 (X2)

Verse: 
   Riff 1 (X8)       
       
   C ~ ~ D7 ~ ~ Em ~ ~ C ~ ~

   GDCGEmCD - - (X2)

Pre Chorus:
   EmCGD - (X4)

   C ~ ~ ~ ~

Chorus:
   GDEmC (X3

   GDG - -

(Here, he’s got that little Em riff going in the background while a second guitar
strums Em a couple times, followed by this weird organ riff. Chances are you can’t
play them all at the same time, but I’ll tab out each and let you decide which you
think sounds best.)

Bridge:
   ---------------------
   1st way:
   Riff 1 (X4)

   2nd way:
   Em ~ ~ ~ ~ Em ~ ~ ~ ~ 
   ---------------------

Second Verse:
   ---------------------
   1st way:
   Riff 1 (X8)

   2nd way:
   Organ Riff (X1)

   3rd way:                (This isn’t how he plays it, but it if 
   Em – G / D (X2)          you want to put the verse to chords,         
                            this is how I would do it)
   EmG / D / Em ~ ~

   EmG / D (X2)
     
   EmG / D / Em ~ ~
   ---------------------

   C ~ ~ D7 ~ ~ Em ~ ~ C ~ ~

   GDCGEmCD - - (X2)

Pre Chorus:
   EmCGD - (X4)

   C ~ ~ ~ ~

Chorus:
   GDEmC (X3

   GDG ~

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- = full beat
/ = half beat
| = quarter beat
~ = let ring

Ex. C - - would mean play a C for two beats worth
    C / D – would mean play a C for only half a beat before   
            moving to the D
    G ~ would mean after strumming a G, let it ring for a 
        full beat

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whats in a name 154 May 25, 2007 11:03 PM

so very confusing

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austntexan 10 Oct 07, 2016 06:59 PM

Good one man. The 3rd version is really nice and has a sort of 60s vibe to it. This is one of my favorite songs he's written but not really practical to play solo. Even when Bob plays it solo it doesn't sound right to me after hearing the album. Thanks for working this out!

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