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California Dreaming (Intro) - The Mamas and The Papas

Tabbed by: David Giles (UK)
Email: dgiles@talk21.com
Tuning: Standard EADGBE
Capo on 4th fret

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

            
            
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just_miasma_it 20 Nov 13, 2005 08:56 AM

Its wrong.

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doive 246 Nov 23, 2005 05:28 AM

it doean't seem quite right the first bits ok but the secind bit is M.I.A

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Daveog 25 Nov 23, 2005 06:10 AM

My housemate has informed me to capo it on the 4th fret, play as tabbed and end on the chord:

EADGBE
020200

Thanks for the constructive critism doive, but what does M.I.A mean? I think the problem is there are two guitars playing on the track, so we've found that if one guitarists plays the first part and then both play the second part it sounds quite close to the original. I will try and edit the main tab with this info. Cheers.

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