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Song Name: Lost At Sea
Artist: In This Moment
Album: The Dream (2008)
Tuning: C#, G#, C#, F#, A#, D# (Drop D, down a 1/2 step)
Tabbed by: Corey Carter
Email: corey.john.carter@gmail.com

PLEASE RATE, LEAVE COMMENTS OR FEEDBACK, ALWAYS APPRECIATE IT.

~ = Vibrato
>>>>> = Fade in (volume)
^ = Bend
< = Slide down
A.H. = Artificial Harmonic
P = Pull Off
H = Hammer on
P.M. = Palm Mute


I tried to tab out the strumming patterns as best as I could but I’m probably off with 
note counts here and there. So really just use the chords and figure out the strumming 
to the music, it is easier than trying to count.

(Main Riff/Intro)
D#----------------------------------------------------|
A#----------------------------------------------------|
F#-------9-----9---------7-----5p4h5------------------|
C#-----7-----7---------7-----5------------------------|  Plays 6 times
G#---0-----8-----8-7-5-----3--------------------------|
C#----------------------------------------------------|

(Pre-Chorus Clean)
D#------------------------------|
A#------------------------------|
F#-------5p4h5------------------|
C#-----5------------------------|  Plays 4 times
G#---3--------------------------|
C#------------------------------|

(Pre-Chorus Lead Distortion)

	>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

      A.H.
D#----------------------------------------------------|
A#-----3----------------------------------------------|
F#----------------------------------------------------|
C#----------------------------------------------------|
G#----------------------------------------------------|
C#----------------------------------------------------|

(Chorus Lead Distortion) First Part
D#----------------------------------------------------|
A#----------------------------------------------------|
F#----------------------------------------------------|
C#--777-5-7777---333333---55555-7-5---555556----------|
G#--777-5-7777---333333---33333-5-5---555556----------|
C#--777-5-7777---333333-----------5---555556----------|


(Chorus Lead Distortion) Second Part
D#----------------------------------------------------|
A#----------------------------------------------------|
F#----------------------------------------------------|
C#--777-5-7777---333333---00000000----555556----------|
G#--777-5-7777---333333---00000000----555556----------|
C#--777-5-7777---333333---00000000----555556----------|

This part I know has more notes then what I’ve got, but really these are the ones that 
hear most... so you can cut corners.

(2nd Verse)
D#---------------------------------|
A#---8-5-------8-5---8-10----------|
F#-------7-4-5-----7---------------|
C#---------------------------------|  Plays 6 times
G#---------------------------------|
C#---------------------------------|

Do another run through of the Pre-Chorus section and then yet another run of the Chorus, 
exact patterns and number of repeats.

(Break) First Part Guitar 1
					        P.M.
D#-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A#-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
F#--9999-9999-9999---7777---9999-9999-9999---------------------------------|
C#--7777-7777-7777---5555---7777-7777-7777---0000000-----------------------|
G#--7777-7777-7777---5555---7777-7777-7777---0000000-----------------------|
C#--7777-7777-7777---5555---7777-7777-7777---0000000-----------------------|

(Break) Second Part Guitar 1
		       P.M.			   P.M.
D#---------------------------------------------------------|
A#---------------------------------------------------------|
F#--9999-9999-9999------------9999-9999-9999---------------|
C#--7777-7777-7777---000000---7777-7777-7777---000000------| Repeat twice
G#--7777-7777-7777---000000---7777-7777-7777---000000------|
C#--7777-7777-7777---000000---7777-7777-7777---000000------|

(Break) Second Part Guitar 2

D#--888-777-888888------------888-777-888888----------|
A#--555-555-555555------------555-555-555555----------|
F#----------------------------------------------------|
C#----------------------------------------------------|
G#----------------------------------------------------|
C#----------------------------------------------------|

(Break) Third Part Guitar 1

You can figure out the strumming for this bit, but there are the chords to play.

D#-------------------------------|
A#-------------------------------|
F#-------------------------------|
C#--3-7-10---3-5-----------------|
G#--3-7-10---3-5-----------------|
C#--3-7-10---3-5-----------------|

Chorus again, repeats 4 times

Ending Solo – Note, I made this bit up slightly. I have the notes correct but the octave 
them might be higher, but this bit sounds right to me as is. You can also just make up 
solo within a pentatonic box.

End on the last 2 harmonic notes.

(Outro Solo – Lead)

						A.H.	    A.H.
D#-----------------------------------------|--------------------|
A#------8~-----------8~-10-8-6-------------|--------------------|
F#--5-4----5-4-5-5-4-----------9-7---------|---5-----------7----|
C#-----------------------------------------|--------------------|
G#-----------------------------------------|--------------------|
C#-----------------------------------------|--------------------|

(Outro Guitar – Clean)

Just plays the intro riff as music fade.

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Hope you dig it, enjoy and leave feedback!

            
            
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Eaglestalon101 139 Apr 19, 2013 05:21 AM

Not bad, but the intro sounds more like this:

|-------------------------------|
|---------------------------0---|
|----9----9---------7-----5---5-|
|---7----7--------0-----0-------|
|-0----8----8-7-5-----3---------|
|-------------------------------|

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