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Theres A Stirring Tab

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Capo
2nd fret
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There's A Stirring---Caedmon's Call
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Transferred by Asa Gaston
Transcripted by T-rev (T-rev.net) aka ‘The Worlds Greatest tabber'


Capo 2nd fret for the whole song.
Fret Numbers relevent to capo

Intro:
High E |-------------------------------------------------------------|
     B |3-3-1-0-0h1p0----0h1p0-----------------------------1/3-3-1-0-|
     G |---------------0-------2-0-0---0-0-2h4-4-4h5p4-2-0-----------|
     D |-------------0---------------0-------------------------------|
     A |-------------------------------------------------------------|
Low  E |-------------------------------------------------------------|

  --------------------------------|
  0h1-1p0-------------------------|
  --------2-0-0---0-2-2h4-2-2p0-0-|
  --------------0-----------------|
  --------------------------------|
  --------------------------------|

During the verses there is some pretty finger picking on G.
If you type in the lyrics the chords fit right where they go.
Bridge:
C     D       G


C     D       G


G   C   G (Echo)


Chorus:

G           D


Em   C


G       C


G          C


G      D       C


Then back to G for the verse.

Now you may here this down climbing sound in the transitions from
G to C and it goes like this:

 C        G
-3--3--3--3-|
-3--3--3--3-|
-0--0--0--0-|
-2--0--0--0-|
-3--3--2--2-|
-x--x--x--3-|

The Chords:

G-  320033
C-  x32033 actually Cadd9 But a lot of people use it as Cmaj
D-  xx0232
Em- 022000
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