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 This song is in open D tuning. To make things easy, I'll name the chords by their traditional names
or the chords that they "represent" and just show you how they're played.
 I'm not sure if these chords have official names, but if anyone has any input
on that or any improvements that could be made, comments are appreciated.
Hope y'all enjoy.


     D    G    F   D/F# D/E   Dsus4/E
d |--0----0----0----0----0------0--------------------------------------------------------------|
A |--0----0----0----0----0------0--------------------------------------------------------------|
F#|--0----5----3----0----0------1--------------------------------------------------------------|
D |--0----0----0----4----2------0--------------------------------------------------------------|
A |--0----x----x----x----x------x--------------------------------------------------------------|
D |--0----5----3----4----2------2-------------------------------------------------------------|



[Intro]
                                                                           d
d |---------------------------------------|--------------------------------3---|
A |---------------------------------------|--------------------------------3---|
F#|---------------------------------------|--------------------------------3---|
D |-----0---2p0--------0-----2/4--0-------|----------0---2p0--------0------3---|
A |--------------2p0----------------------|-------------------2p0----------3---|
D |--0--------------------0---------------|-------0--------------------0---3---|

     d                                                                     d
d |--0------------------------------------|-------------------------------<12>-|
A |--0------------------------------------|-------------------------------<12>-|
F#|--0------------------------------------|-------------------------------<12>-|
D |--0--0---2p0--------0-----2/4--0-------|-----2p0------4p0-----5p0------<12>-|
A |--0-----------2p0----------------------|-----0--------0-------0--------<12>-|
D |--0--------------------0--0------------|-0---------0-------0-------0---<12>-|

     u
d |--0------------------------------------|
A |--0------------------------------------|
F#|--0------------------------------------|
D |--0--0---2p0--------0------------------|
A |--0-----------2p0----------------------|
D |--0---------------------0--------------|


Riff between lines in the verse

d |---------------------------------------|----------------------------0---|
A |---------------------------------------|----------------------------0---|
F#|---------------------------------------|----------------------------0---|
D |-----0---2p0--------0-----2/4--0-------|-------0---2p0--------0-----0---|
A |--------------2p0----------------------|----------------2p0---------0---|
D |--0--------------------0---------------|----0-----------------------0---|



[Verse]

G                                      D
  I lost my heart in the heat of San Antone
G                                                D
  I found my love in the cold of the great white north
G                                              D
  I watched my lover roll me over like a river stone
             F                   G                      D
Well you got   pain in your bones, you know you're not alone


[Intro] but faster


[Chorus]
G        D/F#        D/E      D
Let  me   be   your  hunger   pains
G        D/F#          D/E    D
Coursing through those pretty veins
G        D/F#      D/E    D
Let your heart not be  estranged
G        D/F#       Dsus4/E         D
Let  me   be   your  hunger         pains


[Intro] fast

The bridge is a bit tough to execute. The four "chord" formations below are played in four equal strum 
patterns, in four measures throughout the "oh-whoa"s in the bridge.

[Bridge]

And I said "oh, ohwhoa, oh-whoaaaa, whoaoohoa"
        
 d |-----0-----0-----0-----0----|    
 A |-----9---- 9-----9-----9----|
 F#|-----0-----0-----0-----0----|
 D |-----0-----0-----0-----0----|
 A |-----x-----x-----x-----x----|
 D |-----9-----8-----7-----6----|

   G                                D
My heart is in the great white north
   G                                D
My heart is in the great white north
   G                                D
My heart is in the great white north
   G                                D
My heart is in the great white north


[Chorus]
G        D/F#        D/E      D
Let  me   be   your  hunger   pains
G        D/F#          D/E    D
Coursing through those pretty veins
G        D/F#      D/E    D
Let your heart not be  estranged
G        D/F#       Dsus4/E         D
Let  me   be   your  hunger         pains


[Intro] fast


[Verse]

G                                      D
  I lost my heart in the heat of San Antone
G                                                D
  I found my love in the cold of the great white north
G                                              D
  I watched my lover roll me over like a river stone
             F                   G                      
Well you got   pain in your bones, 
             F                   G                      
Well you got   pain in your bones,
             F                   G                      D
Well you got   pain in your bones, you know you're not alone 



x   mute note
h   hammer on
p   pull off

            
            
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Ginko1228 10 Jan 19, 2017 05:37 PM

Phenomenal tab man, I thought I was gonna have to figure this out for myself!

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kade11digi 532 Jan 19, 2017 06:18 PM

Thanks! It was tough but it was a fun challenge.

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tweakerlime 10 Mar 02, 2017 09:56 PM

Wow, thank You!!!!!! was just on this site a couple weeks ago looking for this tab and now its here!

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