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TAB:            Happy's Theme (Fairy Tail)
COMPOSER:       Yasuharu Takanashi 
AUTHOR:         MShutout14 (Aaron)
TUNING:         Standard (E-A-D-G-B-e)
LINK:           https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAIFonqW4SY

This is the full tab for what is the main part of the song (which is played on flute in key of D).
There is a guitar part in the song itself, but it is just a few rhythm chords which I'm sure 
   you could find elsewhere.
I apologize if there is a lack of timing within the tabs... I provided the notes, so as long as you know
   how the song goes you should be able to figure out the timing (song sample is provided as a link).


[CHORUS] 'PART 1'
e|----10-10------------------------------------------|
B|----------12-10-8-10-12-10----8-7--7-------7-------|
G|---------------------------------9---9-7-9---9-----|
D|--12*------------------------------------------7"--|
A|---------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------|
        * - You can also start off the chorus with a quick slide into the 12th fret [such as 9/12]
        " - You can do a slight vibrato [7~] or a quick bend/release [7br] here (obviously optional)

[CHORUS] 'PART 2'
e|----10-10-----------------------------------------|
B|----------12-10-8-10-12-10------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------9-7--7--|
D|--12*-------------------------9-11-9-11-7---------|
A|--------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------|
        * - You can also start off the chorus with a quick slide into the 12th fret [such as 9/12]

[CHORUS] 'PART 1'
e|----10-10------------------------------------------|
B|----------12-10-8-10-12-10----8-7--7-------7-------|
G|---------------------------------9---9-7-9---9-----|
D|--12*------------------------------------------7"--|
A|---------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------|
        * - You can also start off the chorus with a quick slide into the 12th fret [such as 9/12]
        " - You can do a slight vibrato [7~] or a quick bend/release [7br] here (obviously optional)

[CHORUS] 'PART 2'
e|----10-10-----------------------------------------|
B|----------12-10-8-10-12-10------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------9-7--7--|
D|--12*-------------------------9-11-9-11-7---------|
A|--------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------|
        * - You can also start off the chorus with a quick slide into the 12th fret [such as 9/12]

[VERSE 1]
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------------------8--7---------------------------10-----10-10-10--7-------7-----|
G|-----7--7--6--7--9--6----------7--7--6--7--------7----6--6--6-----6--9--6---------------------7--9---9---|x2
D|--7-(0)(0)---(0)-------7----9-(0)(0)---(0)(5)(3)(0)------------7----------(7)----(7)(7)(7)(4)-----(4)----|
A|-(0)------(4)---(7)(4)(0)-----------(4)--------------(4)(4)(4)(0)(4)(7)(4)-------------------(5)(7)-(7)--|
E|---------------------------(7)---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
        *NOTE* - You can include as many or as a few optional notes as you want...
                 It's designed to give it a fuller sound with an octave pairing...
                 Technically you could octave all of the notes, but fingering may be odd...
                 So you can choose which ones to play, perhaps the first note of each of the 4 sections...
                 It may be easier for you to replace all (0) open notes with (5) on the string below...
                 For example, instead of playing 7 on D string + (0) on A, you could play 7 on D + (5) on E

[CHORUS] 'PART 1'
e|----10-10------------------------------------------|
B|----------12-10-8-10-12-10----8-7--7-------7-------|
G|---------------------------------9---9-7-9---9-----|
D|--12*------------------------------------------7"--|
A|---------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------|
        * - You can also start off the chorus with a quick slide into the 12th fret [such as 9/12]
        " - You can do a slight vibrato [7~] or a quick bend/release [7br] here (obviously optional)

[CHORUS] 'PART 2'
e|----10-10-----------------------------------------|
B|----------12-10-8-10-12-10------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------9-7--7--|
D|--12*-------------------------9-11-9-11-7---------|
A|--------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------|
        * - You can also start off the chorus with a quick slide into the 12th fret [such as 9/12]

[CHORUS] 'PART 1'
e|----10-10------------------------------------------|
B|----------12-10-8-10-12-10----8-7--7-------7-------|
G|---------------------------------9---9-7-9---9-----|
D|--12*------------------------------------------7"--|
A|---------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------|
        * - You can also start off the chorus with a quick slide into the 12th fret [such as 9/12]
        " - You can do a slight vibrato [7~] or a quick bend/release [7br] here (obviously optional)

[CHORUS] 'PART 2'
e|----10-10-----------------------------------------|
B|----------12-10-8-10-12-10------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------9-7--7--|
D|--12*-------------------------9-11-9-11-7---------|
A|--------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------|
        * - You can also start off the chorus with a quick slide into the 12th fret [such as 9/12]

[VERSE 2]
e|--------------------------------------------------------------10-------------------|
B|--12-12-12-10-8-10-------12-12-12-10-8-10----12-12-12-10-8-10-------------9-12-10--|
G|-------------------7"-----------------------------------------(7)---9-9-9----------| x2
D|------------------(0)------------------(7)-------------------------------------(7)-|
A|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
        " - I like to do a slight vibrato [7~] or a quick bend/return [7br] here (obviously optional)

[CHORUS] 'PART 1'
e|----10-10------------------------------------------|
B|----------12-10-8-10-12-10----8-7--7-------7-------|
G|---------------------------------9---9-7-9---9-----|
D|--12*------------------------------------------7"--|
A|---------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------|
        * - You can also start off the chorus with a quick slide into the 12th fret [such as 9/12]
        " - You can do a slight vibrato [7~] or a quick bend/release [7br] here (obviously optional)

[CHORUS] 'PART 2'
e|----10-10-----------------------------------------|
B|----------12-10-8-10-12-10------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------9-7--7--|
D|--12*-------------------------9-11-9-11-7---------|
A|--------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------|
        * - You can also start off the chorus with a quick slide into the 12th fret [such as 9/12]

[CHORUS] 'PART 1'
e|----10-10------------------------------------------|
B|----------12-10-8-10-12-10----8-7--7-------7-------|
G|---------------------------------9---9-7-9---9-----|
D|--12*------------------------------------------7"--|
A|---------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------|
        * - You can also start off the chorus with a quick slide into the 12th fret [such as 9/12]
        " - You can do a slight vibrato [7~] or a quick bend/release [7br] here (obviously optional)

[CHORUS] 'PART 2'
e|----10-10-----------------------------------------|
B|----------12-10-8-10-12-10------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------9-7--7--|
D|--12*-------------------------9-11-9-11-7---------|
A|--------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------|
        * - You can also start off the chorus with a quick slide into the 12th fret [such as 9/12]

[OUTRO]
e|-------------------------|
B|-------------------------|
G|--------------9-7-7-7-7--|
D|--9-11-9-11-7------------|
A|-------------------------|
E|-------------------------|
        *NOTE* - You simply 
        replay the ending part
        of the [CHORUS 'PART 2']
        and add an extra two D notes

******************************************

| b  - bend string up
| r  - release bend
| /  - slide up
| ~  - vibrato (sometimes written as "v")
| () - optional notes
| *  - See author's note
| "  - See author's note

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