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Artist: O.A.R. (Of A Revolution)
Title: Here's To You
Tabber: Andrew Faris
Note: Rippin' good song, easy to play, fun to play, and all that other
good stuff.  I figured out how to play it from a friend who showed me,
so if this is wrong, it's his fault, but it sounds right to me...
standard tuning.

e:-------------------------------------------------------|
B:-------------------------------------------------------|
G:-6---4---9---14---13-----------------------------------|
D:-6---4---9---14---13-----------------------------------|
A:-4---2---7---12---11-----------------------------------|
E:-------------------------------------------------------|

That's the main riff, I don't know the bridge ("I swear to you true"
part).  The strum pattern is pretty easy, just listen to the song.
You play this for the verses and such and when it gets to the parts
where it just hits when downstroke at a time.  That part you gotta listen
to the song to get the timing right cause it's on a half beat I think.

Questions, Comments, Hate Mail: the_hoser_eh@yahoo.com  THANX!

            
            
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