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Fields Of The Nephilim 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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: mcdonghj@unix2.tcd.ie (Nascent Virion.....)


Watchman.. Fields of the Nephilim.

I'll now try to write down the Watchman intro, but be prepared to
move it to a different key (it sounded alright to me last time I
played it to the record - see what you think)

               Riff 1    Riff 2                          Riff 3
..............|------|..|------|...........|------------------------------|..

E|---2--0-0---2--0-0---------0---------0----0------0------0------0------0---|
B|-00-00-0-0---00-0-0---30010-0--300110-0-----0-1-1--0-1-1--0-1-1--0-110-0--|
G|----------0--------0---------0---------0-2-2-2-2--2-2-2--2-2-2--2-2-----0-|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

So as you can see the first bit follows the pattern:
2 x Riff1 + 2 x Riff2 + Riff3

The two parts with singing follow the pattern:
Riff1 + Riff2 + 2xRiff1 + 2xRiff2 + Riff3 (there is a little
embellishment here and there)

But on the very last time lose the last five notes of Riff3 and
sustain the last '1' on the B-string. One other point is when you
play the '2's in Riff3 sustain the note throughout the sequence.

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