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Intro:
E|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------3---------------------------------------|
G|--6-7-6-7/6?-6-7-6-7---666660---2--------0h2-2h4/6-7-6-6h7p6-7-7/9-7-6--|
D|-----------------------777770---0?0h2-2h4-------------------------------|
A|-----------------------777770-------------------------------------------|
E|/7---------5--------4-4--------3----------------------------------------|
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E|----------------------------------------|
B|----------------------------------------|
G|-6h7p6--------------------0h2-2h4/6-7-6-|
D|-------7-7/9-9-9/7-0h2-2h4--------------|
A|----------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------|

You can keep doing that or just play the main chords or if there are two
or more guitars like in the song one guitar can improvise which is very
fun with shaneandshane songs as long as you aren?t guessing.

Chorus:
D D9 Bm A G D/F# G A
E|----------------------------|
B|----------------------------|
G|-7--9?-7or6-6--4-------4--6-|
D|-7--7--7----7--5--7----5--7-|
A|-5--4--x----7--5--5----5--7-|
E|-------7----5--3--2----3--5-|

In the chorus, you can change the way the chords are played...but the way
I have it, just makes things interesting and fun, especially with the
pretty big stretches. You could even go as far as to invert some of those
?regular? chords such as the D, A and G and get some pretty cool stuff to
come out.

If you are wondering about that D9, I just saw that there is an added
ninth and seventh and since it is a D chord, I just assumed that the root
was inverted and that the C# was the added 7th. Hopefully that makes
sense.

The main chords to the verse and pre-chorus are exactly the same except
that the strumming in the pre-chorus is a little different. When I saw
shane and shane live, shane would play that intro and then when he sang he
played the main chords. The chords are
Bm A A/G# G D/F# G A
E|----------------------|
B|----------------------|
G|-7--6?-6--4------4--6-|
D|-7--7--7--5--7---5--7-|
A|----7--7--5--5---5--7-|
E|-7--5--4?-3--2---3--5-|

The rest of the song should be easy enough to pick up by ear...

Tabbed by; Ben "The Man" Muir

            
            
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freddy0601 21 Sep 10, 2011 07:42 PM

g-9-
d-7-
a-4-
e-
really? like if people's hands were big as yours..

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freddy0601 21 Sep 10, 2011 07:44 PM

sikeee
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