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James Dean And Audrey Hepburn tab

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James Dean & Audrey Hepburn 
from 'If you were a movie, this would be your soundtrack'

(this is my first tab)


|--0---------0--|    |----0----------0-|
|--0---------0--|    |----0----------0-|
|--4---------4--|    |----6----------4-|
|--4---------5--|    |----7----------4-|
|--2---------5--|    |----7----------2-|
|--x---------3--|    |----5------------|
            on the last time he hits this too 
                   (cant imagine being anywhere else but here...)

 Verse. It ends on the same chord it starts on. 

  Chorus.                              then back to the very first part. 

   La da da part                      That is every part. Enjoy!

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bburn7840 10 Sep 09, 2012 03:27 PM

sounds perfect. i have to tune it a full step down to sing it well though, haha :p

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emwallace 54 Dec 11, 2012 11:25 AM

like :),......,.,.,.,.,.,,.,.

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josh.power3 103 May 09, 2013 02:21 AM

Not sure about the b and e strings being tuned down a full step. By doing this the chords would become very dissonant and wouldn't have the sound that is being generated in the song.

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