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Always On Time Tab

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STANDARD TUNING-

E---3--------3-----3--------|---3--------3-----3--------------
B---4--------4h6---4--------|---4--------4h6---4--------------
G---3--------3-----3--------|---3--------3-----3--------------
D---5--------5-----5--------|---5--------5-----5--------------
A---3----3--------------3---|---3----3--------------3---------
E---------------------------|---------------------------------
   Cm7                          Cm7

E---8--------8-----8--------|---10-------10----10-------------
B---9--------9h11--9--------|---11-------11h13-11-------------
G---8--------8-----8--------|---10-------10----10-------------
D---10-------10----10-------|---12-------12----12-------------
A---8----8--------------8---|---10---10-------------3---------
E---------------------------|---------------------------------
    Fm7                         Gm7


This is with out a doubt the way in which ja rules guitarist 
plays the riff through out the song
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E-male 642 Jun 24, 2003 08:00 PM

ok, this tab is not 100% correct, because:
- I don't hear fret noise when the chord changes from Cm7 to Fm7, while I do hear fret noise when the chord changes from Fm7 to Gm7. So Cm7 and Fm7 are in the same position.
- I don't hear the root notes being repeated between the full chord hits, so I think that each second and third C(3rd fret A-string) is wrong. The same for the other chords.

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unclemoe 10 Aug 02, 2006 12:09 PM

its perfect.

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roland22 10 Nov 22, 2013 09:12 AM

i likey, sounds good enuf for fun times

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