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Artist: Torres
Song: Honey
Tabbed by: Vance Berisford

This is a really simple song, aside from the plucking pattern. From

watching live performances, I also noticed that she plays the standard A

(x02220) during the verse but uses A5 (5776xx) in the verses.

Intro: D / A / E

The plucking pattern varies through the song and doesn't have to match up exactly, but I 
do something like this:

 D              A             E

D        A        E
This cannot happen again
D          A          E
Twice in a year is too much
D     A             E
Heavy are you on my mind
D          A               E
Twice in a flush, it ain’t enough

A5                                  E
Honey, while you were ashing in your coffee
                     D                      A5
I was thinking about telling you what you’ve done to me
A5                              E
Honey, pretending like it never happened
                        D              A5
Come over here and let me put you back together


And that's it. Three chords and the truth.

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Daysleeper_05 131 Jul 26, 2013 10:32 AM

The A chord in the verse is actually an Asus2 (open B string), and the A5 isn't really an A5, it's the full A chord played at the 5th fret. Also, don't forget to hammer on that E chord.

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Daysleeper_05 131 Jul 26, 2013 10:38 AM

A simple song indeed, but it's the flourishes like nailing down the plucking pattern and that hammered on E chord that really make guitar parts in songs like this stand out and become recognizable. Also worth noting that Ms. Scott plays this song without a pick.

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