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Three Wooden Crosses Tab

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Not sure of the names of the chords used but here’s the layout for them
This is in respect to the Capo on 1st Fret


Chord 1			Chord 2			Chord 3			Chord 4


E	0		E	0		E	0		E	3
A	3		A	2		A	0		A	0
D	2		D	0		D	2		D	0
G	0		G	0		G	0		G	0
B	1		B	1		B	1		B	1
e	3		e	3		e	3		e	3


The tab is played as follows, this is how Randy plays it on CD


         C1			   C2		       C3
E---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A------3-------------------------2------------------------0-----------------|
D---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G---------0-------0-----------------0-------0---------------0--------0------|
B------------1----------1-------------1----------1------------1--------1----|
E,--------------3----3-----3-------------3----3-----3-----------3-----3---3-|

	C4
E-----3------------------------|
A------------------------------|
D------------------------------|
G-------0---------0------------|
B----------1------------1------|
E,-------------3------3----3---|



The chord patterns are the same if you strum them too, it sounds just as good.

It’s been a while since I last submitted anything but let me know what you think


Any other country songs you want tabbed send me an e-mail and I’ll see what I can do


Butchcass1987@hotmail.com
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