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Where You Are Tonight Tab

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This is my first tab, so please correct me if it's wrong, although I'm pretty sure it's 
I don't really listen to this band much, but this song is a great ballad, so I decided 
put the missing guitar riff in the background up. Enjoy.

Where You Are Tonight
Orson

Intro

E|----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-------------------|
B|-------2--------|-----------------|-----------------|-------------------|
G|----2----2-----|--------1--------|-----------------|--------1-----------|
D|----------------|-----2----2------|-------4--------|-----2----2---------|
A|--0-------------|-----------------|----4---4-------|--------------------|
E|-----------------|--0-------------|--2--------------|--0----------------|

Hold D chord for this bit, and slide up in third bar.

E|---------2-------|--2-----2--------|-----------4----7-|---------------------|
B|------3----3-----|-----3-----3-----|--------5-----5---|---------------------|
G|--2--------------|------------------|--2s4-------------|--------------------|
D|------------------|------------------|------------------|-------------------|
A|------------------|------------------|------------------|-------------------|
E|------------------|------------------|------------------|-------------------|

Repeat this throughout the song.

Thanks for reading,

Tom
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