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In The Air Tonight Tab

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"in the air tonight"
(Phil Collins cover)

Tabbed By: Cinnimini_*AR*

Tuning:  Down 1/2 step

INTRO
(1 downstroke per word)
   I.......coming......tonight.....oh....
   And.....moment.......life.......oh....
Eb-----------------------------------------|
Bb--6-------5-----------3----------5-------|
Gb--7-------5-----------3----------5-------|
Db--7-------5-----------3----------5-------|
Ab--5-------3-----------1----------3-------|
Eb-----------------------------------------|

Verse:
      (Listen to the song to get strumming pattern
   When........drownin.....I........hand..
Eb---1----------0--------------------0-------|
Bb---3----------1-----------3--------1-------|
Gb---2----------0-----------3--------0-------|
Db--------------2-----------3--------2-------|
Ab--------------3-----------1--------3-------|
Eb-------------------------------------------|

Chrorus:
 The same chords are repeated
throughout the whole song

       Dm         C       Bb      C
Eb---1-------|--0------|------|--0----|
Bb---3----6--|--1---5--|--3---|--1--5-|
Gb---2----7--|--0---5--|--3---|--0--5-|
Db--------7--|--2---5--|--3---|--2--5-|
Ab--------5--|--3---3--|--1---|--3--3-|
Eb-----------|---------|------|-------|

  These Chords Are the Chorus(In order)

Just repeat  Dm, C, Bb, C  for the next verse
And repeat that again for the chorus after that

Yes, a very simple song...

ENJOY
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AmandaR*420 31 Jul 15, 2005 08:00 PM

it still sounds ok
if you don't tune it down
a half-step.
it just sounds BETTER if you do

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LostSoulBand 10 Jan 13, 2006 04:30 PM

I tried it your way, and I think my way is better, maybe you will try it. Drop your low E string to D, then tune down a whole step down to Drop C and try it. You will be amazed how good it sounds with that low open end, and it's too easy this way. Plus it's right.

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LostSoulBand 10 Jan 13, 2006 04:30 PM

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