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Let Is Rain Tab

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Intro Chords:
       C           Am            E        F
e----------------------------------------------|
B------5-----5-------1-1-------0-0-------1-1---|
G---5--5-5-5-5-5-2-2-2-2-2-----1-1-------2-2---|
D---5--5-5-5-5-5-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-3-3-3-3-3-|
A---3----3-3---3-0-0-----0-2-2-2-2-2-3-3-3-3-3-|
E--------------------------0-0-----0-1-1-----1-|

If that's too confusing just play the first 2 strokes on the bottom part of the chord 
the last ones on the upper part of the chord.

Main Riff
e----------------------------------------------------|
B----------------------------------------------------|
G--5-5-4-4-----4-4-2-2-----2-2-0-0-------------------|
D----------2-2---------2-2---------2-2-0-0-0h2-------|
A----------------------------------------------3-----|(0)
E----------------------------------------------------|
                                     (0)-only played first time through.
At one point another guitar play same riff just octave up.

Verse:

C  Am  E  F  - play like intro

Chorus:
Let it Rain, Let it Pour-

C Am E F

Stroke down chords slowly , listen to the song you'll understand.

Interlude:
Hallelujah Part-

C  Am  E  F

Just play them straight.


-Rob
If there are any problems or question email me at TakeAwaysMusic@yahoo.com
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highlydeveloped wrote on October 7 2006, 06:40 am

the hallelujah part is:
C E F G

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bluesbassnboys wrote on December 21 2007, 10:28 pm

the song's verse rythem is 4/4 for a measure then goes into 3/4 untill the riff starts over again

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daplipsta wrote on July 9 2010, 10:05 pm

During the verse the song the time signature is 13/4, which can be counted as one measure of 4/4 followed by three measures of 3/4. Then when the chorus comes in the song changes to straight 3/4 until the verse begins again and the song returns to the original 13/4

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