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Everything Glorious
David Crowder Band
Tabbed by: Andrew Holzhauer

*CAPO 1* for both guitars

Intro:
Guitar 1:
  C            G            F
e[---------------------------------------------------]
B[---------------------------------------------------]
G[------------------------------0h20-0-0h2p0-0h2p0-0-]
D[-----0h2p0-0-----0h2p0-0--3-3----------------------] (3x)
A[-3-3-----------------------------------------------]
E[-------------3-3-----------------------------------]

Verse 1:
Guitar 1: Intro Riff (4x)
Guitar 2: C C/G F (4x) *hit the bass note, and strum the higher notes*

Chorus:
Guitar 1: C G F (4x)
Guitar 2:
   C       G       F
e[-3-----3-----3---1-----1--------]
B[---5-----3-----3---1-----1------]
G[-----5-----4---------2-----2/5--]
D[--------------------------------]   (4x)    *during the last time,
A[--------------------------------]          don’t slide back up to 5,
E[--------------------------------]             just end on the 2.

Interlude:
Guitar 1: Intro riff (2x)
Guitar 2:

e[-------------------------------3-----------------------------]
B[-1p0h1-1p0h1-1h3---1p0h1-1p0h1---1—--1p0h1-1p0h1-1h3-----1/8-]
G[-----------------------------------------------------2p0-----]
D[-------------------------------------------------------------]
A[-------------------------------------------------------------]
E[-------------------------------------------------------------]


Verse 2:
Guitar 1: same as Verse 1 (intro riff)
Guitar 2: same as Verse 1, except play power chords (not open chords)

Chorus:
Same as first chorus

Bridge:
Guitar 1: plays chords on top of the following tab
Guitar 2: plays the following tab (***NOT relative to capo***)

    Am (F)           G                    C
e[---9-----9-----9---9h11-----11-----11---9/13-------13-------13-----]
B[-9---9-9---9-9---9------9-9----9-9----9------14-14----14-14----14--]
G[-------------------------------------------------------------------]
D[-------------------------------------------------------------------]
A[-------------------------------------------------------------------]
E[-------------------------------------------------------------------]

      G                      (F)
e[-16-------13-------13----]
B[----14-14----14-14----14-]
G[-------------------------]         *Guitar 1 plays an F
D[-------------------------]  (2x)  instead of an Am the second
A[-------------------------]            time around
E[-------------------------]

You play that last bit one time through each “from glory, to glory...” line, so a total 
two times, then during the “which leads me to believe...” part, both guitars hold the F 
until the chorus...

Chorus (2x):
same as the first chorus, but play it through twice

Outro:
Guitar 1: Intro riff (4x)  end on C
Guitar 2: Chorus riff (4x) end on xxx553 (single strum)

Hope it works for 'ya. Please email me at Fender757 at gmail.com if you have any questions.
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guitarh3ro43 10 wrote on December 10 2007, 07:38 pm

sounds really good with an acoustic guitar playing the guitar 1 part and a clean electric guitar playing the guitar 2
part. if you play this with the CD, you should get the timing right fairly easily and it actually sounds really good!
please do more DCB songs!

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Fender757 103 wrote on December 10 2007, 07:50 pm

during the bridge (the “from glory, to glory...” part), guitar 1 plays Am G C G, **F** G C G (instead of Am
again)...then both guitars play an F chord after this part as noted. sorry!

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k30147 30 wrote on December 10 2007, 10:14 pm

sweet

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