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Into the Open Air
Tabbed by Richard J.M. Fry for Moira and Peter Green.
Once more, please consult the *Notes and Notations* section below for any questions.
*There are a lot of chords here; be sure to be familiar with them before hitting the
phrase figures*
Chords used in order:

Chords:
DM7omit3: XX022X
D5: XX023X
D5add5: XX0235
Dsus2: XX0230
D: XX0232 or X57775
Dsus4: XX0233
G: 3X0003 or 355433
Gadd5: 3X0023
Gadd9: 3X0203
A: X02220 or 577655
Bm: X24432

Key: D Major.
Tempo:  66-70 BPS
Time Signature: 6/8

Adagio Leggero

Intro/Verse Phrase A:
e|---------------------0-h-2---0-----2-h-3-----2--------------------3---------|
B|------2-------3------3-------3-----3---------3-----2--------------0---------|
G|------2-------2------2-------2-----2---------2-----2--------------0---------|
D|------0-------0------0-------0-----0---------0-----0--------------0---------|
A|------------------------------------------------------------------X---------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------3---------|
     DM7omit3  D5    Dsus2 D Dsus2   D  Dsus4  D    DM7omit3        G

e|---3-----3----------3--3-------3------3----3------2------------------------------|
B|---0-----0-h-2------0--0-------0-h-2--0----0------3------------------------------|
G|---0-----0----------0--2-------0------0----2------4------------------------------|
D|---0-----0----------0--0-------0------0----0------4------------------------------|
A|---X-----X----------X--X-------X------X----X------2------------------------------|
E|---3-----3----------3--3-------3------3----3-------------------------------------|
     G     G-add5     G  Gadd9   G-add5 G   Gadd9  Bm


Verse Phrase B/Conclusion
e|---------------------0-h-2---0-----2-h-3-----5-----------------------3---------|
B|------2-------3------3-------3-----3---------3--------2--------------0---------|
G|------2-------2------2-------2-----2---------2--------2--------------0---------|
D|------0-------0------0-------0-----0---------0--------0--------------0---------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------X---------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------3---------|
     DM7omit3  D5    Dsus2 D Dsus2   D  Dsus4  D5add5   DM7omit3       G

e|---3-----3----------3--3-------3------3----3------2------------------------------|
B|---0-----0-h-2------0--0-------0-h-2--0----0------3------------------------------|
G|---0-----0----------0--2-------0------0----2------4------------------------------|
D|---0-----0----------0--0-------0------0----0------4------------------------------|
A|---X-----X----------X--X-------X------X----X------2------------------------------|
E|---3-----3----------3--3-------3------3----3-------------------------------------|
     G     G-add5     G  Gadd9   G-add5 G   Gadd9   Bm


*Verse Phrase A*
This love it is a distant star,
Guiding us home wherever we are.

*Verse Phrase B*
This love it is a burning sun,
Shining a light on the things that we’ve done.

  A                     Bm
I tried to speak to you every day,
         A                 D        (Accelerando)
But each word we spoke the wind blew away.


Tempo: 132-138
Time Signature: 4/4

Allegro Con Brio

G                      D         A
Could these walls come crumbling down?
G                 D           A
I want to feel my feet on the ground
G                     D         A
And leave behind this prison we share.
        Bm     A
Step in-to the open

*Verse Figure A*
Air.

*Verse Figure A*
How did we let it come to this?
What weve just tasted we somehow still miss.

    A                      Bm
How will it feel when this day is done;
    A                      D
And can we keep what weve only begun?
G                        D         A
And now these walls come crumbling down,
G                 D           A
And I can feel my feet on the ground.
G                 D            A
Can we carry this love that we share
   Bm     A    D         G
In-to the open air?

G        A    D       G
Into the open air
Bm       A
Into the open


A Tempo
Time Signature: 6/8

* Verse Phrase A*
Air

*Conclusion*
This love, it is a burning sun.


*Notes and Notation*
*h: hammer on*
*The G chord MUST be played with the ring finger on the low E string and the pinky on
the high E. Use your index finger to fret the various G figures*.
*Yes, the phrase figures A and B double as the intro and the conclusions.*
*Do not be too concerned with strum patterns; yes, this does have a lot of heavy,
triplet strumming at a very fast tempo, but you can slow it down and strum it however 
you want.*
*For those of you who wish to challenge yourself, the original recording uses the barre
fashion of these chords, namely the A, G, and D chords; I included the barre fingerings
in the chord section above. The individual Verse Phrases A and B are not played in barre 
fashion, and are played as they appear in the diagrams.*
*Adagio Leggero: Slow and delicate.*
*Allegro Con Brio: Fast, with heart.*
*A tempo: return to the previous tempo.*
*Practice, practice, practice. The phrases are hard, and they will take time. Listen to
the recording to get the time just right. *
*Learn Me Right, by Mumford and Sons, featuring Birdy, should be done soon.*
*If you would like to request a tab to a primarily acoustic song, send me a hit on my profile.*

            
            
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grant192 51 Apr 22, 2013 01:30 PM

The pinky should go on the fifth fret in the G chord, you can distinctly hear that high A in the recording. In turn, the moving part is played as follows:

|5-----------|5---5-5-5-5-|5---5---5---|5---5---5---|2
|0-----------|0---0-0-0-0-|0h2-x---x---|0h2-x---x---|3
|0-----------|2h4-4-4-4-4-|x---4---2---|x---4---2---|4
|0-----------|0---0-0-0-0-|0---0---0---|0---0---0---|4
|x-----------|x---x-x-x-x-|x---x---x---|x---x---x---|2
|3-----------|3---3-3-3-3-|3---3---3---|3---3---3---|-


A bit of a finger stretcher but I believe it allows for the correct style.

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