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Getting Into You Tab

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leeboiy 60
Artist: Relient K
Song: Getting Into You
Album: Two Lefts Don't Make A Right... But Three Do
Copyright: Gotee Records (2003)
Tabbed By: Bryan Lee(BoiY) (leeboiy@nts-online.net)
Date: 10/04
Version: Acoustic
Tuning: Standard

-->Thanks out to all previous posts and
        comments regarding this song<--

SO SRY for not including a reason when sending
this a week ago. It was late and I wasn't
thinking. =) Anyway, I know you already have
a TON of Getting Into You tabs but they are
mostly in pieces and none of them are the
version I play. I'v added the chords to
bridge 1 and changed bridge 2 so that it
sounds more like the cd. I changed the chorus
chords up too. Sry about the resubmit. I'll
get it right the first time in the future =D.


Here's the full tab.
Intro, verse, chorus, bridge, chords | It's
all here. Out of all the other versions of
tabs and comments I have searched through for
this song, this is the one I think sounds best.

	=D eNjoY =D

    _______________________________________
   |**************************************|
   |*{ { { { {____Relient K_____} } } } }*|
   |*} } } } }_Getting Into You_{ { { { {*|
   |**************************************|

Intro:

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


Verse:

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


Chorus:

E		Emaj7		F#sus		Asus2

E		Emaj7		F#sus		Asus2

Bridge: Guitar 1

   C#m	    B	     A         E
E-----------------------------------------|
B-------5--------4--------2--------0------|
G------------------------------------1----|  x 2
D-----6---6----4---4----2---2----2--------|
A---4--------2--------0-------------------|
E------------------------------0----------|

   C#m	    B	     A         E
 E------------------------------0-|
 B-------5--------4--------2----0-|
 G------------------------------1-|
 D-----6---6----4---4----2---2--2-|
 A---4--------2--------0----------|
 E--------------------------------|


Bridge: Guitar 2
                                      (see note)
E--------------12--------------------------------|
B---9--10--12--12---9--7--9--9---9--7--9-----9---|
G---9--11--13-------9--8--9--9---9--8--9-----9---|
D------------------------------------------------|
A------------------------------------------------|
E------------------------------------------------|


Ending (same as intro):
   				       E
E---------------------------------------0-|
B-------0--------0--------0------2------0-|
G---------1--------1--------1------2-1--1-|
D-----2--------2--------2---------------2-|
A---------------------0-----------------2-|
E---0--------2-----------------2--------0-|

Chords:

     E   Emaj7  F#sus  Asus2  C#m    B     A
E|---0-----0------0------0-----4-----2-----0-----|
B|---0-----0------0------0-----5-----4-----2-----|
G|---1-----8------2------2-----6-----4-----2-----|
D|---2-----9------4------2-----6-----4-----2-----|
A|---2-----7------4------0-----4-----2-----x-----|
E|---0-----0------0------x-----4-----2-----x-----|


*NOTES*
  -Start with the fingering for E on the intro and verse.
  -As the guitar 2 bridge part ends, the last strum tabbed
     occurs at the same time as the first open e of the
     "verse" part following the bridge. Listen for it....
     It's there =).
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schueyrawks 12 wrote on October 22 2005, 10:19 am

Instead of the E chord, you could use this version of an e chordit's a lil to change to the emaj7 that way either way sounds good but this is a little easier
e-0
b-0
G-9
D-9
A-7

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uOATHguitar 14 wrote on July 7 2006, 03:28 pm

this tab is by far the best out of the ones on here...just one correction...on the chorus, instead of your F#sus, try this:
e-x
B-x
G-6
D-7
A-9
E-x

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joelmoy 48 wrote on April 28 2007, 09:45 pm

nice job, well done

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