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                             FOR WHATEVER REASON - Supergroove
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Tabbed by: G
Email: whateva@whateva.we

Tuning: Half Step Down Eb-G#-C#-F-Bb-eb (You can play it with standard tuning without
too much trouble. I just think this makes it a little easier) Chord names are as if the
tuning were standard (i.e. what I call Am is actually G#m).

This is pretty rough, but you get the idea.



There's basically three bits to the song:

Part A: Intro/Chorus thing

                                                  For whatever...

eb|----------------------------------------------------------|
Bb|-----------------------------------7----------------------|
F |-----(5)-----------(5)-----------7---------7-7\5-5-5\(2)--|
C#|------7-------------7----------7-----------7-7\5-5-5\(2)--|
G#|--------/10-7-3-------/10-7-3-/5-----------5-5\3-3-3\(0)--|
Eb|---/5------------/5---------------------------------------|

       Am                         D                   C      Am

    ...reason           I can't seem to find, I got to keep believ...

eb|----------------------------------------------------------|
Bb|----------------------------------------------------------|
F |-----(5)-----------(5)------------------------------------|
C#|------7-------------7----------7-----------7\2------------|
G#|--------/10-7-3-------/10-7-3-/5---------------0----------|
Eb|---/5------------/5---------------------------------------|

       Am                         D            Am     

    ...ing             You don't...       ...loved me. For whatever...

eb|----------------------------------------------------------|
Bb|------------------------------------7^----7^p5------------|
F |-----(5)-----------(5)--------------7^----7^p5------------|
C#|------7-------------7----------7----7^----7^p5-7----------|
G#|--------/10-7-3-------/10-7-3-/5----5-----5----7----------|
Eb|---/5------------/5----------------------------5----------|

       Am                         D               Am

    ...reason          I could...       ...You could be decieving me.  



Part B: Verse 

This seems to be mostly just playing round with the Am chord (with occasional
variations that you can figure out yourself). I use this as a base and go from there...

eb|----------------|
Bb|----------------|
F |-----5---5------|
C#|-----7---7------|
G#|-------7---7----|
Eb|---5------------|


 
Part C: Bridge

Just play the following as power chords.

                  G     F     E
And I'd love you more, more, more
                  G     F     E
And I'd want you more, more, more
                  G     F     E
And I'd need you more, more, more
                  G     F     E
And I'd love you more, more, more


The bits go: A-B-A-B-C-A-B-A followed by little more playing round with the Am at the end.



| ^  bend and release (1/2 step unless indicated)
| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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