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		  The Grace
Neverending White Lights (feat. Dallas Green)
             Tabbed By: Kyle LeSouder

Okay, so here it is.. amazing song also incredibly easy.. pretty much just three
chords the whole song. I didn't know any of the strummer patterns but they are very
very easy just listen to the song and you will pick them up right away. Lastly, for
the chorus, i am not 100% sure about guitar two.. it can't tell if those power chords
are played or its just really heavy bass.. either way though it sounds fine i think.


		Intro/Verses

 	Guitar 1 (Rhythm) (0:13)
e :-0--000-4444--2222-22-22------------------------------|
B :-0--000-5555--2222-22-22------------------------------|
G :-2--222-6666--2222-22-22------------------------------|
D :-2--222-6666--4444-44-44------------------------------|
A :-0--000-4444------------------------------------------|
E :------------------------------------------------------|

	Guitar 2 (Lead)	(0:20)
e :-----5-4----------------------------------------------|
B :---5--------------------------------------------------|
G :-6----------------------------------------------------|
D :------------------------------------------------------|
A :------------------------------------------------------|
E :------------------------------------------------------|

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
	 		   Chorus

	Guitar 1 (1:36)
e :-000000---5555555-------------------------------------|
B :-000000---5555555-------------------------------------|
G :-222222---6666666-------------------------------------|
D :-222222---6666666-------------------------------------|
A :-000000---4444444-------------------------------------|
E :------------------------------------------------------|

	Guitar 2 (1:36)
e :------------------------------------------------------|
B :------------------------------------------------------|
G :------------------------------------------------------|
D :-22222222--444444444----------------------------------|
A :-22222222--444444444----------------------------------|
E :-00000000--222222222----------------------------------|

	Guitar 1 (1:59)
e :-0--0000---4--4444------------------------------------|
B :-0--0000---5--5555------------------------------------|
G :-2--2222---6--6666------------------------------------|
D :-2--2222---6--6666------------------------------------|
A :-0--0000---4--4444------------------------------------|
E :------------------------------------------------------|

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
		Post Chorus?

      Guitar 2 (2:32)
e :-----------5-4-----5-4------5-4~-------5-4-----5-4-----5-4/7~--5-4-|
B :---------5-------5--------5----------5-------5-------5-------------|
G :-44444/6-------6--------6--------4-6-------6-------6---------------|
D :-------------------------------------------------------------------|
A :-------------------------------------------------------------------|
E :-------------------------------------------------------------------|

	Guitar 1 (2:34)
e :-0000--4444--2222-------------------------------------|
B :-0000--5555--2222-------------------------------------|
G :-2222--6666--2222-------------------------------------|
D :-2222--6666--4444-------------------------------------|
A :-0000--4444-------------------------------------------|
E :------------------------------------------------------|

After this part you pretty much just go back to the beginning of the tab and play it
again.. only difference really is the ending for the "lead" is a little bit different
but only in that you play that riff a few more times and thats about it.. im not going
to tab it all out because i think it will just confuse more then anything.. keep it
short and simple here.
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The_Grace 74 Jan 16, 2006 04:38 PM

not bad..

Verse sounds better like this in my opinion...

e-------------------------
B----------10-9-------10-9
G--------9---------9------
D---9h11---------9--------
A-------------------------
E-------------------------

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WeeeZZ 73 Apr 20, 2006 05:11 PM

*i tabbed this* yeah i think it does sound better like that too.. but i was aiming for relativity to where the chords played and it seemed more simple to play it there.. also during the chorus part after i reviewed it many times.. i think it should be an E chord and then F#m like the other tabs..

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CanadianMaple09 10 Dec 09, 2007 08:29 PM

If you watch the music video he actually plays it the same way as it is tabbed here, maybe it is played the other way on
the recording, but that's how he plays it [as in the tab].

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