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This intro is played on mandolin in the song and is a couple octaves higher, but this
works for it if you're playing alone. It's pretty easy, and it's really easy to go right
into the song (the version 1, if you watch Brandi play it, that tab is written for the 
way she plays it)

Relative to Capo 5

e ----------------|
B ----------------|
G ----------------|
D ----------------|
A ------2---2-----|
E --3-5---5---5-3-|

Then (basically the same as above, except the end)

e ----------------------------------------------|
B ----------------------------------------------|
G ----------------------------------------------|
D ----------------------2-2---------------------|
A ------2---2-------2-5-----5---2-----2---------|
E --3-5---5---5-3-3-----------5---5-3---5-3-----|

Then play The Hard Way Home (ver 1)
And there ya go.

(Again not claiming it's the right octave, it's just a good fill if you don't have a
mandolin, if someone can figure out where the right octave is played, I'll play that
instead of mine!)

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jonpickett1 10 May 15, 2017 11:25 PM

it works great if you play


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