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Artist: Gregory Alan Isakov
Song: Living Proof
Album: The Weatherman
Tabbed By: Jo Lefebure

Capo 2

Intro/Riff 1: use your pinky finger on the 3rd fret of the d-string
as a sort of transition.
(just listen to the song, you will get what I mean)

    C  F    C  F    F
e|---------------------|
b|--1--1----1--1----1--|
g|--0--0----0--0----2--|
d|--2--3----2--3----3--| x4, fourth time end on a G instead of an F
a|--3--3----3--3-------|
e|---------------------|


C                   F       C          Am              G
the night fell with bicycle bells, the dark had wooden teeth
      F              C                 Am               G
oh we broke on up to hill country, the air was thin and sweet
          F                Riff 1
lord, the air was thin and sweet


C                F         C             Am              G
she held onto my coat that night, like a kid lost in her sleeves
      F                     C
oh we warmed the ground, we hushed our sound
   Am               G
we slept on walking feet
         F                 Riff 1
lord, we slept on walking feet

   F              C
oh Darlin, pardon me
        Am        G
can you help me remember
     F                  C
when we were all flying free
        Am            G
we were dust from our bodies
    F                   C              Am              G
and we were flicker and flame, yeah we burned till the morning
F              Riff 1
Darlin, pardon me


C                         F        C
off in the night, you can hear 'em bright,
    Am            C
the Sirens of the Sea
       Am             G                 F                 C
oh and city birds and alley girls, they all just sing for free
        F                 Riff 1
oh they all just sing for free


   F              C
oh Darlin, pardon me
       Am       G
but do I look familiar
     F                         C
when we were just larkspur and leaves
        Am                 G
we were strung through the tether
    F                      C
and we were all silver and stone
            Am          G
we were the lust of the miners
F              Riff 1
Darlin, pardon me



Am  E   F   G
Am  E   F   G


C                   F   C       Am              C
that sky glowed all calico like phosphor in the sea
       Am                  G
to the ground we fall, she owns us all
F                  C
kings and boys and beast
F                  Riff 1
kings and boys and beast


   F              C
oh Darlin, pardon me
       Am       G
but do I look familiar
     F                   C
when we were just flying free
       Am            G
and we burned from a freight train
    F                       C            Am         G
and we were some flicker of truth in the smile of a salesman
    F           C                        Am           G
and we were all buried jewels 'neath the grass in the suburbs
    F                  C     Am   G
and we were all living proof
   F              Riff 1
oh Darlin, pardon me 

            
            
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Robbiesharman 76 Feb 08, 2015 05:02 AM, edited on March 27 2015, 12:54 pm

Almost right. The third and fourth verses differ slightly from the first two, like this:C F Coff in the night, you can hear 'em bright, F Cthe Sirens of the Sea Am G F Coh and city birds and alley girls, they all just sing for free______________________________The line towards the end of the song goes like this: F Am C Gand we were all buried jewels 'neath the grass in the suburbs______________________________Lastly, Right at the end of the chorus, before the riff, there should be an Am.

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