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So Much To Say Tab

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.so much to say.
by dave matthews

[intro] x2
e----5------------5---------|
b----5------------5---------|
g----5-/6---------5-/6------|
d----5---7--------5---7-----|
a---------------------------|
E-/5------0-8\-/5--------8\-|

[main riff]
e----5--------------------5-------------5---------|
b----5----------6---------5-------------5---------|
g----5-/6-------7---------5-/6----------5-/6------|
d----5---7--5---7---7-----5---7---------5---7-----|
a----------3-/5-5--5------------------------------|
E-/5------1-------3----/5-------0-8\-/5--------8\-|

[parallel fingering]
(i=index,m=middle,r=ring,p=pinky)
e----m--------------------m-------------m---------|
b----m----------m---------m-------------m---------|
g----m-/i-------p---------m-/i----------m-/i------|
d----m---m--p---r---p-----m---m---------m---m-----|
a----------m-/i-i--m------------------------------|
E-/i------i-------i----/i-------0-r\-/i--------r\-|

[chorus]
  A  D  G F#m
e-x--x--x--x--|
b-x--x--x--x--|
g-6--7--4--2--|
d-7--7--5--4--|
a-7--5--5--x--|
E-5--x--3--2--|


notes:
you can see that the second half of the main riff affects
the intro.  simple enuff.  the chorus part is pretty non-
specific.  those are the chords i use, because they sound
close enuff.  also, wherever there's any kind of "-" gap
between notes in the riffs there's some kind of rhythmic
or, again, non-specific note being played.  sometimes it's
a strait mute, sometimes an odd pluck on an open string.
but if you follow what's written up there and let the
strings behave as they will between intentional picking,
it should sound pretty close.  in other words, keep your
hand moving in the rhythm of the song and don't worry too
much about hitting notes that aren't written above. enjoy.

http://www.geocities.com/littletabguy
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seventy8 10 May 25, 2007 02:01 PM

i see that you have a lot of slides on here but where are you suppose to slide from...you start out the song with /5...shouldnt it be 3/5? i'm kinda confused

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guildplayer 68 Aug 10, 2007 02:20 PM

just slide from where it sounds good...

I thought it was an awesome tab. I like how you put what finger we're supposed to put where.

Thanks

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G5Man 10 May 03, 2008 12:44 PM

one correction in my opinion...

[main riff]
e----5--------------------5-------------5---------|
b----5----------6---------5-------------5---------|
g----5-/6-------7---------5-/6----------5-/6------|
d----5---7--5---7---7-----5---7---------5---7-----|
a----------3-/5-5--5------------------------------|
E-/5------1-------3----/5-------0-8\-/5--------8\-|


Should be

[main riff]
e----5------------------------5-------------5---------|
b----5------------------------5-------------5---------|
g----5-/6-----------10--------5-/6----------5-/6------|
d----5---7--5-----7------7----5---7---------5---7-----|
a----------3-/5-x-------5------------------------------|
E-/5------1-----/10----3----/5-------0-8\-/5--------8\-|

Of course that's just my opinion I could be wrong...but I am pretty sure Dave slides way up to the D on the low E string. Sounds awesome.

Otherwise great tab!

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