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7 Days Tab

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE----------------------------------#
# This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
# song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Artist:  Craig David
Song:   7 Days
Transcribed by: Clarence Sabar
Date:  march 26, 2001

7 Days: (for 1 guitar)

I was so surprised no one on the net ever got obsessed by playing
7 days on ONE guitar instead of sticking to the original.
Come on: Did YOU ever find a second guitar player being able to  play either
the melody or the rythm part along with you? I didn't...
Warning: It's da best fingerpicking exercise you'll ever have  ;-)
Now find yourself a good singer or try yourself

Here's what I do:


Em                                Am                 Bm                  Em (back to start)
---0-----0---2/3--0--2-0--------------------------0------------------2----
---0-----0--------0-------3--1--0--1-------1-0-1-----3------3--2--3-------
---0-----0--------0------------------2-----------------4------------------
---------------------------------------2-----------------4----------------
-----------------------------------0-------0---------2------2-------------
-0---0-0-----0------------------------------------------------------------
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adrock511 0 Feb 07, 2002 12:00 AM

great tab!

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Nu_age_swift 10 Mar 17, 2002 12:00 AM

Dude. That was kinda ummmmm.... weak

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F# 11th w3 188 Jul 22, 2008 05:26 PM

That could be better. Why not the Em on the 7th fret, it's not that hard. I'm missing the high G in the Am7 chord and the high A in the Bm7 chord (both played on the e string.

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