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Author
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Artist: The Wilderness of Manitoba
Song:   November
Album:  When You Left The Fire (2010)

Based on lemurjim's chords I have attempted to figure out the picking 
pattern for this wistful Simon and Garfunklesque song.  The pattern below 
may not be 100% correct and, as usual with such folky tunes, there are 
variations to be heard within the song, but this seems to get the general 
feel right.  I am least confident about the pattern on the G chord, since it 
is hard to hear the bass notes in the recording.

In this tab, the spacing of notes does represent the timing and ---- 
represents one beat in the bar.  I have indicated how I play it with 
downstrokes and upstrokes for the Dm chord and the pattern is the same for 
all the other chords

Let ring throughout

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

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

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

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


As a variation, I sometimes play the top three strings on the second beat of 
the first bar of each chord.  This is not done in the recording, but it 
beefs things up a little when you are singing it alone without the 
harmonies.  For example:


Dm
e|----1---------1-|----------------|
B|----3-----------|------3---------|
G|----2-------2---|----2-------2---|
D|0---------0-----|--0-------0---0-|
A|----------------|----------------|
E|----------------|----------------|
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lemurjim 65 Nov 21, 2010 02:38 PM

Nice one, and this is also good because I couldn't be arsed to put a picking pattern up myself.
If you work out any other WOM songs, then do put them up or send them to me :-)

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