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Artist: Delaney and Bonnie
Song: Comin' Home
Album: Delaney & Bonnie & Friends On Tour With Eric Clapton

This tab is based of the original studio single recorded by Delaney & Bonnie & Friends, 
can be found on the deluxe edition of Eric Clapton's first album as well as the 
box set.

Tuning: EADGBE (Standard)

Intro:

Guitar 1
E-----------------------|
B-----------------------|
G-----------------------|
D-----5-----------------|
A--/7------7\5-3-5-3----|
E--------------------5--|

Main Riff:

Guitar 2
E--------------------------------|
B-----------2---3------3--3------|
G--2-----2----2-4------2----2----|
D--2-----2------5\4p2--4----4p2--|
A--0h3h4-------------------------|
E--------------------------------|

Guitar 1
E----------------------------------|
B----------------------------------|
G--2-----2--2-----4b6r4p2-4-2------|
D--2-----2----4p2-------------4-2--|
A--0h3h4---------------------------|
E----------------------------------|

Verse:

Guitar 2
E----------------------|
B----------------------|
G----5b6---------------|
D--------7----7p5---5--|
A--0--------------0----|
E----------------------|

Guitar 1
E-------5-------------------5--------------|
B--8b10---7-5----------8b10---7-5----------|
G-------------7-6-----------------7-6---6--|
D-----------------7-------------------7----|
A------------------------------------------|
E------------------------------------------|

Guitar 3
E---------------------------------------------------------------|
B--------17----------------------------17-----------------------|
G--16b18----18r16p14-------------16b18----18r16p14----------14--|
D--------------------16-14-------------------------16-14--------|
A--------------------------16----------------------------16-----|
E---------------------------------------------------------------|

Solo Rhythm:

Guitar 2
E x4 measures

Bridge:

Guitar 1 and 3
E------12------10---7----4-----0--|
B---------------------------------|
G--/13-----/11----7----4---0h1----| x3
D---------------------------------|
A---------------------------------|
E---------------------------------|

E--9-7------------------|
B-------10-9--7---------|
G---------------9--7-6--|
D-----------------------|
A-----------------------|
E-----------------------|

Guitar 2
E---------------------------------|
B---------------------------------|
G---------------------------------| x3
D---------------------------------|
A--12\11---12\11---12\11---12\11--|
E--------0-------0-------0--------|

E---------------------|
B---------------------|
G---------------------|
D--7-6--4-------------|
A---------7--5-4------|
E----------------7-5--|

Guitar 4
E---------------------------------|
B---------------------------------|
G---------------------------------| x3
D---------------------------------|
A--12\11---12\11---12\11---12\11--|
E--------0-------0-------0--------|

E----------------------|
B----------------------|
G--6-4-----------------|
D-------7-6--4---------|
A--------------7--5-4--|
E----------------------|

I'm almost positive I heard another guitar playing the lower octave of the line Guitars
and 3 play.

Guitar 5 (w/slide)
E----------------------------|
B--17\15--17\15--17\15-x-12--|
G----------------------------| x3
D----------------------------|
A----------------------------|
E----------------------------|

E---------------------------------|
B---------------------------------|
G--18\16--18\16--18\16--18\16\14--|
D---------------------------------|
A---------------------------------|
E---------------------------------|

It's hard to tell exactly what Guitar 5 is playing in the last measure of the bridge,
this sounds close enough to me.

            
            
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