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                             Bright Sunny South - Sam Amidon
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Tabbed by: Adam Loomis
E-mail: aloom127@gmail.com

Tuning: Standard (EADGBe)

Verse:
First I'll give you a break down of the key chords.

  Fmaj7+9  and   D7+11
e|---0-------------3-------------------------|
B|---1-------------1-------------------------|
G|---0-------------2-------------------------|
D|---3-------------0-------------------------|
A|---x-------------x-------------------------|
E|---x-------------x-------------------------|

Now here's a breakdown of the picking pattern in the intro/verse:
e|-----0-----0--------0-------------------3----3---3p0-----------------------|
B|--1-----1-------1-------1---1---1----------1---------3---------------------|
G|-----0-----0------0-------0-------0h2----------2-------2-------------------|
D|--3-----3-----3-------3-------0-------0------0-----------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Chorus: 
This part is basically riffing off a Cmaj and Am. It only happens twice in the song — 
once in the middle, and again at the end where it sort of melds back into the Fmaj7+9 chord from the verse. 
I'm not sure I got the picking pattern perfect here, but it's close.

e|-----0-----0--------------------------0-------0-------------------0-----------0--------0------------|
B|--1--1--1--1--------1-----1---------1-------1---------1-----------1----1------1----1-----1----------|
G|--0-----0--------0-----------0--0h2-----2p0---------0--------------------0h2---------2--------------|
D|-------------0h2-------2------------------------0h2-----2p0-------0h2-------------------------------|
A|--3---------------------------------------------------------3-0-------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Ending (comes right after the last Chorus)
e|--------------------0---------|
B|--------1-------1---1---------|
G|----0---------0-----2---------|
D|--------------------0---------|
A|--2---2---2h3-----------------|
E|------------------------------|

Hope this helps you out. Remember to keep it loose, and play around with the picking. Sam never plays it the 
same way twice.

And if I might...
What I really love about Sam Amidon's playing, and what I try hardest to channel when I'm learning his songs, 
is the way his mind seems to wander through them, as if he's simply sitting on a porch somewhere with you
after a long night, but good sleep and maybe what you're really doing is waiting for the water to boil.

Thanks.


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| /   slide up
| \   slide down
| h   hammer-on
| p   pull-off
| ~   vibrato
| +   harmonic
| x   Mute note
| b   Bend
| pb  Pre-bend
| br  Bend release
| pbr Pre-bend release
| brb Bend release bend

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