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The Zutons - Railroad

Tabbed by Burton Earny

  H  hammer on
  P  Pull off
  \  Slide down


I have played this along to the song to test it and it sounds
good, and as a bonus is not too complicated.


INTRO:

e--9-7-----------------|
B------9---------------|
G--------11P9-6-----9--|
D---------------9h11---|
A----------------------|
E----------------------|

This is followed by three drum beats, and then the song starts
with 2 overlapping guitars and a bass line.  It's hard to
distinguish between them at times, but I'm pretty sure this is
how it goes.

VERSE:

Guitar 1:

e-----------------------------------------|
B--------------------------------7--------|
G--------9-------------------9-------9----|
D--9P8H9---9-6---------9P8H9---9----------|
A--------------7-6------------------------|
E------------------9-7--------------------|

Guitar 2:

e-----------------------------------------|
B----------------7-------------------7----|
G--------9-----6-6-6---------9-----6-6-6--|
D--9P8H9-9-9-----------9P8H9-9-9----------|
A-----------------------------------------|
E-----------------------------------------|

These play twice and then when he starts singing the verse,
guitar 1 drops out.
Then after a bit the chorus comes in:

CHORUS:

Guitar 1:

e--9-9-9-9----------------------------------------------------|
B----------9-9-9-9-------7-------------------------------7----|
G------------------8-8-8---9-9-9-9-6-6-6-6---------8-8-8---9--|
D------------------------------------------6-6-6-6------------|
A-------------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------------|

Guitar 2:

e---------------9\4-----------------------------9\4-----------|
B-------------------------------9\5---------------------------|
G-------------------------------------------------------------|
D-------------------------------------------------------------|
A-------------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------------|


The second chorus goes twice, and for its second time round,
guitar 2 changes to this:

e------5-------9----------------------5-------9---------------|
B------------10-10----9-------9-------------10-10----9--------|
G----6---6-11-------8---8---9---9---6---6-11-------8---8-9----|
D--7--------------9-------11------7--------------9------------|
A-------------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------------|


Then there's a bit with a faster tempo that I can't figure out
so I just play the chords E and A alternately for a bit.


Finally, the solo goes like this:

e--9-7-----------------------------------|
B------9---------------------------------|
G--------11P9-6-----9h11-9---------------|
D---------------9h11-------11P9----------|
A-------------------------------11-9-----|
E------------------------------------12--|     (X2)

e--7H9-7---7H9P7---7---------------------|
B----------------9---9-------------------|
G----------------------11P9-9H11P9---9---|
D----------------------------------11----|
A----------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------------|

e------------------------------------------------|
B------------------------9-----------------------|
G--9H11-11-11---11-9-9---9-9--9--9--9--9---------|
D-------------11-----------11-11-11-11-9-9--9-6--|
A----------------------------------------11-9-7--|
E---------------------------------------------0--|

For the end part with a slightly different rhythm, I just play
the chords E and A alternately, and the last 3 chords are A,
Am, and E.

Enjoy!

            
            
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