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Country Boy Can Survive intro tab

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Intro

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STRUM THE D CHORD 3 TIMES THEN THE C CHORD TWICE THEN YOU MOVE THE D CHORD UP TO THE 5TH
FRET AND STRUM 3 TIMES THEN GO BACK TO A NORMAL D CHORD STRUM TWICE THEN PLAY THIS RIFF

[Intro]
e|-----------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------------------------------|
G|-----------------------------------------------------------|
D|-3-2-0-----------------------------------------------------|
A|----------3-2-0------------0-------------------------------|
E|--------------------2h4------------------------------------|

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| h  Hammer-on

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DemonicTurtle66 118 Nov 20, 2014 12:02 PM

I think the very beginning goes D, C, then D at 5th fret like you said, but then you play D again, but at the 14th fret. So like this

E[-2--2-22------------5--5-5---14--14-----------------------]
B[-3--3-33---11--11---6--6-6---15--15-----------------------]
G[-3--2-22---00--00---5--5-5---14--14-----------------------]
D[-0--0-00---22--22---0--0-0---00--00-----------------------]
A[-----------33--33-----------------------------------------]
E[----------------------------------------------------------]

It sounds nice if you slide up the D on the 14th fret.

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cadle.larry 10 Nov 10, 2016 05:22 PM

the c, is not a c at all. its an a minor. A lot of people make the common mistake of playing a c there, but the chord a min actually supports his melody there, and that's the actual chord they played. Leave the g string open when you play it. Hope that helps!

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nathanieldard 10 Apr 04, 2017 03:05 PM

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