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O God Where Are You Now (In Pickerel Lake? Pigeon? Marquette? Mackinaw?)
David Crowder * Band
Album: A Collision

This song must be played in Open D tuning to get the right sound.

OPEN D:

d
G
G
D
A
D

The intro and "acoustic parts" are:
   1&a2&a3 & 4 &-slur(hold)  1&a2&a3 & 4 &-slur(1) &  2  &  3  &  4 &a
d------------------/------/------------------/--------------------------/
G--7xx7xx7-5-7-10--/-10---/--7xx7xx7-5-7-10--/-10--10-10-10-10-12-12xx--/
G--7xx7xx7-5-7-10--/-10---/--7xx7xx7-5-7-10--/-10--10-10-10-10-12-12xx--/
D------------------/------/------------------/--------------------------/
A------------------/------/------------------/--------------------------/
D------------------/------/------------------/--------------------------/
During this segment of the song, all 4 other stings are stummed openly with the notes

eighth rest= ^


Lead part:
   1 2 3 &4&  ^&2& 3&4 &   SAME-----------------------/
d------------/------------/------------/--------------/
G------------/------------/------------/--------------/
G--7-7-7-5-5-/--5---------/--7-7-7-5-5-/--5-----------/
D---------7--/-7-7-5-5-7--/---------7--/-7-7-5-5-7----/
A------------/------8-----/------------/------8-------/
D------------/------------/------------/--------------/

you can play the lead part an octave lower if you like

it is written like this:

The countings are the same
d--------------/---------------/
G--------------/---------------/
G--------------/---------------/
D--------------/---------------/ play twice
A--5-5-5-3-0-3-/-0-3-0---------/
D--------------/-------5-3-5-7-/


GOD BLESS! HOPE YOU LIKE THE TAB
I have no idea how to play the banjo, so i don't know about the country-ish half of the 
SORRY! maybe you can figure it out.

I recommend that, if you did not already know about open D, that you should play around 
it, um you can get alot of cool sounds out that you cannot get in standard tuning or 
drop D.

            
            
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