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Capo
5th fret
Artist - Shawn Mullins
Song - You Mean Everything To Me
Album - Souls core

I put the Souls Core album on recently cause i thought i hadn't listened to it in ages,
i thought that because i've been wanting to know how to play this song for ages - pretty much
since i first bought the cd years ago - that i could get my guitar out and see if i could work
it out... this is what i came up with.

This is all MY work so dont ask if i got it out of a book or magazine or whatever...

I think it sounds 100% right!

CAPO 5!


Notes relevant to capo

Intro
e----------------------------------------------------------|
b--------3---------------3-------------3-----------3-------|
g-----------0---------------0-------------0-----------0----|
D------0--------------0-------------0-----------0----------|
A------------------2--------------3-----------3------------|
E---3------------------------------------------------------|

e----------------------------------------------------------|
b--------3---------------3-------------3-------------------|
g----------0----------------0------------0-----------------|
D------0--------------0-------------0----------------------|
A------------------2--------------3----------3-------------|
E---3------------------------------------------------------|

Verse
e----------------------------------------------------------|
b--------3---------------3-------------3-------------------|
g----------0----------------0------------0-----------------|
D------0--------------0-------------0----------------------|
A------------------2--------------3------------------------|
E---3------------------------------------------------------|
Repeat that as many times as necessary.


There's this part which is kinda a link between the verses and the chorus which he plays
the end of the first verse (which just leads back into the second verse) and then also
the every chorus...
e----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
b--------3-------------3-------------3-----------3-----------2---------3----------3--------3---------|
g----------0--------------0------------0-----------0-------0---0---------0----------0--------0-------|
D------0------------0-------------0-----------0----------0------------0---------0---------0----------|
A----------------2--------------3-----------4-----------------------3---------2----------------------|
E---3-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------2------------|

Chorus
e----------------------------------------------------------|
b---1--------3---------3----------1---------3--------------|
g---0--------0---------2----------0---------2--------------|
D---2--X4----0-X6------2--X4------2---X5----0--------------|
A---3--------x---------0-------2--3------------------------|
E------------3---------------------------------------------|
you repeat that a couple of times.

song ends on a C chord.

Well thats it all... hope you like it and have fun playing it... it's a good song to impress
the ladies with ;)

If you do think that there could be any improvements made to it let me know in the comments
or whatever.
cheers!
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fortbuilder 13 wrote on April 1 2010, 08:57 pm

this is the best tab of the song I've seen so far. However, I still see room for inprovement. The third note in the third and fourth bar after the intro is a g. Thus partially explaining why this song is to be capo 5. Also the chorus is chord changes not simply repeating the same chord 4 times and the next 6 times and so on. Just to mention a couple inprovements you might make.

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fortbuilder 13 wrote on April 1 2010, 09:16 pm

I also meant to show a slight difference in the transition you have posted. If you listen carefully you'l see what I mean there. The progression in bars 16 through 21 are the first note of each bar: c,c#,d,c,b,f#then g and on.

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