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I saw that there wasn't a very good version of this song tabbed out. The
best out of all of them was ixnayi's. So I based my version on his, but I 
noticed that he had some of the chords in the wrong places. Plus, none of 
the versions have the solo. So I tabbed out the solo twice: One without the 
capo, and one with the capo...depending on how you want to play it.

 Chords Used:
    Am    F     G     C    Em7
e|--0--|--1--|--3--|--0--|--0--|
B|--1--|--1--|--3--|--1--|--0--|
G|--2--|--2--|--0--|--0--|--0--|
D|--2--|--3--|--0--|--2--|--0--|
A|--0--|--0--|--2--|--3--|--2--|
E|--0--|--0--|--3--|--0--|--0--|


Hammer-on Chart: (Played over the chords)

        C             G             Am
e|-------------|-------------|-------------|
B|o-----------o|o-----------o|o-----------o|
G|----------0--|-------------|----------2--|
D|------0h2----|----------0--|------0h2----|
A|o--3--------o|o-----0h2---o|o-0---------o|
E|-------------|--3----------|-------------|


[Verse]

Am                F      G       C         Em7
  Let me take you to the herding ground,
      Am       F       C        G
Where all good men are trampled down,
        C        F              G      Am
Just to settle a bet that could not be won,
          F        G              C        Em7
Between a prideful father and his son.

          Am       F       G       C       Em7
Won?t you guide me now for I can?t see,
  Am              F                  C         G
A reason for this suffering and this long misery.
        C            F             G           Am
What if every living soul could be upright and strong? 
      F      G   C
Well, then I do imagine 


[Chorus]

    C     Em7  Am F  C
    There will be sorrow.
    C     Em7  Am F  C
And there will be sorrow.
    C     Em7  Am F  C       G        C
And there will be sorrow, no more.


[Verse]

         Am      F          G       C      Em7
When all soldiers lay their weapons down,
            Am        F        C              G
Or when all kings and queens relinquish their crown,
            C            F            G          Am
Or when the only true messiah rescues us from ourselves...
     F    G   C
It?s easy to imagine 


[Chorus]

    C     Em7  Am F  C
    There will be sorrow.
    C     Em7  Am F  C
And there will be sorrow.
    C     Em7  Am F  C       G        C
And there will be sorrow, no more. No more


[Solo] (Without Capo)

                  Am   F       G     C    Em7
e|--7-5---------------------------------|
B|------8p7-5-3h5-7--5-3h5p3---------3--|
G|---------------------------4-2h4-7----|
D|--------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------|

 Am       F      C       G
e|----------------------------|
B|--5b6-5-3p0------3----------|
G|-------------2h4---4-2------|
D|-----------------------4-2--|
A|----------------------------|
E|----------------------------|

                   C    F       G       Am
e|-----------------------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------------|
G|-----------------2----4p2----------------|
D|--------2--3--4-----4-----4-2---4-2p0----|
A|--2-2-5-------------------------------2--|
E|-----------------------------------------|

                  F       G     C
e|------2-3p2------------------------|
B|--3/5-------5p3-5p3-------3-2-2h3--|
G|--------------------4-2/4----------|
D|-----------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------|

 (With Capo)
                  Am   F       G     C    Em7
e|--5-3---------------------------------|
B|------6p5-3-1h3-5--3-1h3p1---------1--|
G|---------------------------2-0h2-5----|
D|--------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------|

 Am       F      C       G
e|----------------------------|
B|--3b4-3----------1----------|
G|--------5p2--0h2---2-0------|
D|-----------------------2-0--|
A|----------------------------|
E|----------------------------|

                   C    F       G       Am
e|-----------------------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------------|
G|-----------------0----2p0----------------|
D|--------0--1--2-----2-----2-0---2--------|
A|--0-0-3---------------------------5p3-0--|
E|-----------------------------------------|

                  F       G     C
e|------0-1p0------------------------|
B|--1/3-------3p1-3p1----------------|
G|--------------------2-----5-4-4h5--|
D|----------------------5/7----------|
A|-----------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------|


[Chorus]

    C     Em7  Am F  C
    There will be sorrow.
    C     Em7  Am F  C
And there will be sorrow.
    C     Em7  Am F  C       G    
And there will be sorrow, no more.
    C     Em7  Am F  C
And there will be sorrow.
    C     Em7  Am F  C
And there will be sorrow.
    C     Em7  Am F  C       G        C
And there will be sorrow, no more. No more

The End
Hope you like it



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| h  Hammer-on
| p  Pull-off
| b  Bend
| /  Slide up

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Rockin'Thunder 73 Nov 13, 2009 05:26 PM

Great timing and it sounds great too!

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Rockin'Thunder 73 Nov 17, 2009 01:47 PM

Actually I played though this a couple of times and thought it sounded better not to play most of the Em7 chords and playing the G chords at a later time

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Lichko 42 Nov 05, 2011 01:12 PM

i rather play C/B insted of Em7 it sounds better

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