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I've re-submitted this tab because the first version isn't found with the rest of the 
& Wine tabs because the site didn't recognize the "and" sign and so it is listed under 
Wine," which is silly.  I've also added bass notes to the chorus.  It's hard to hear the
exact fingering pattern underneath the voices, so I've just extrapolated the same basic
used in the rest of the song.  You'll get the idea.

2/4 = slide up
2h4 = hammer-on

Standard tuning, no capo.  The guitar on the cd is slightly flat, perhaps to compensate
the fussiness of B strings on acoustic guitars, but not nearly so much that you won't be 
to make it out.

INTRO/VERSE:
E|-------0-----------------------0---------------0---------------0--|
B|-2h3-----------3-------3---------------3---------------3----------|
G|-----------2-------2---------2-----2---------2-----2---------2----|
D|-----4-------4-------4---2h4---------4---2h4---------4---2h4------|
A|-0-------0-------0---------------0---------------0----------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------|

E|------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2--|
G|-----------2---------------2---------------2---------------2------|
D|-----2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2----|
A|-2/4-----0-------2/4-----0-------2/4-----0-------2/4-----0--------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------|

*The 2h3 hammer-on only appears at the beginning of the song.  Elsewhere the open A and 
3rd fret on the B are played simultaneously.

CHORUS:
E|-------0---------------0---------------0---------------0--------|
B|-5-------------0-----------------3-------------3----------------|
G|-----4-----4-------4-------4---------2-----2-------2-------2----|
D|-------------6-------6-------6---------------4-------4-------4--|
A|-4-------4-------4-------4-------2-------2-------2-------2------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------|

E|------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2--|
G|-----------2---------------2---------------2---------------2------|
D|-----2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2----|
A|-2/4-----0-------2/4-----0-------2/4-----0-------2/4-----0--------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------|

the end of the song is just one last strike of the open A following this pattern, with 
rest of the notes ringing out. enjoy. bye.

            
            
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tjhannan 10 Mar 19, 2006 06:47 PM

this song is much easier to play if you use a partial capo. it only holds three strings (Esus chord or A, depending on the side you hang it on) and using it to hold the A makes this song pretty fun...

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stonefree86 30 Aug 19, 2006 08:07 AM

your's version has all the notes correct, but are you sure sam plays it in standard tuning? i assumed it was in open G tuning with a capo on the 2nd fret. (even more fun than partial capo, btw)

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mistaman 295 Jun 24, 2007 12:46 PM

you can play it in standard and with capo on second its a lot easier cause theres a lot of opne strings. I submitted the version today.

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