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standard tuning

no capo

warning: this tab may contain horrendous spelling

standard tuning

no capo

warning: this tab may contain horrendous spelling

V E R S E

i reccomend lightly brushing these with your thumb. and don't hesitate on 'accidently'
the neighbouring strings. also the finger positions centre around the c major chord then
the f major chord. also sometimes, when repeating the c part there's a hammer on (0h2),
only sometimes, just play around a bit with it, do it when you feel right. oh...and
same goes with the f chordy part but the g string 0h2.

e------------------   e-----------------|
b------------------   b-----1-----------|
g-----0------------   g--2--2-0---0-0-0-|
d--2--2-0---0-0-0--   d--3----3---3-3-3-|
a--3----3---3-3-3--   a--3--------------|
E------------------x2 E-----------------|x2

the sequence above occurs once a line. the timing up there isn't gospel, feel free to
extra strums of whatever...just feel the music man.....


B R I D G E

again here, just sort of brush down the chord, around the e minor chord and the f major.

e----------0-------------1---|
b----------0---------1---1---|
g------0---0-----2---2---2---|
d--2---2---------3---3-------|
a--2---2---------3-----------|
E--0-------------------------|x2

C H O R U S (and the "wooooooo" bit at the end or as i like to call it...the
             soul part)

the chords for this bit are the cmajor to the gmajor to the a minor to the f major, the
tab is just for timing..ish and to illustrate and extra note(s) on bit between the g and
minor chord on the b string(0-1)

e--0---0---0---0-0---3---3---3---3-3---0---0---0---0-0---1---1---1---1-1-|
b--1---1---1---1-1---0---0---0---0-0-1-1---1---1---1-1---1---1---1---1-1-|
g--0---0---0---0-0---0---0---0---0-0-0-2---2---2---2-2---2---2---2---2-2-|
d--2---2---2---2-2---0---0---0---0-0---2---2---2---2-2---3---3---3---3-3-|
a--3---3---3---3-3---2---2---2---2-2---0---0---0---0-0---3---3---3---3-3-|
E--------------------3---3---3---3-3---0---0---0---0-0---1---1---1---1-1-|x2

the strumming can be changed around here to, no need to strum the whole chord all the
mix it up a little, be creative. and there's also that chorus that he does really mellow
the end before big bash out and climax that part can be strummed more slow and...yeah,
insulting your intelligence right now.

I N T E R L U D E

this is for that interludy bit that he does just before the aformentioned mellow chorus.

e-1                 e-0
b-1                 b-0
g-2                 g-0
d-3                 d-2
a-0                 a-2
E--                 E-0
you might blame it on me
           e-0    e-0     e-0   e-1-|
           b-1    b-0     b-1   b-0-|
           g-0    g-0     g-2   g-0-|
           d-2    d-2     d-2   d-0-|
           a-3    a-2     a-0   a-2-|
           E-0    E-0     E-0   E-3-|
but you persisted that we fold

e-1                        e-0
b-1                        b-0
g-2                        g-0
d-3                        d-2
a-0                        a-2
E--                        E-0
wiped your hands of me and said

           e-1          e-3
           b-1          b-0
           g-2          g-0
           d-3          d-0
           a-3          a-2
           E-1          E-3
you needed more, more, more

well that's all the elements of the song in place. the order of the pieces will pretty
be known to anyone who's listened to the song a few times.

            
            
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MaddRed 10 Jan 14, 2007 03:19 PM

Nice tab buddy. Fits the song very nicely

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loveheart58 10 Jan 21, 2007 12:26 PM

nice tab but i think maybe for the bridge you could play E major (instead of E minor) to a D minor (instead of F major)... just a suggestion ^^

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some1 81 Jan 21, 2007 03:03 PM

i was torn between the e minor-f major or the e major-d minor, but after a while of playing and comparing to original, decided the first one was the way to go

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