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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
#

Date: Wed, 08 Oct 1997 19:13:12 +0000
From: Steve Throne 
Subject: TAB: Hot Blooded by Foreigner

Hot Blooded
by Foreigner

Here's the main sections of Foreigner's "Hot Blooded"  
It's not much but I'm pretty sure what's here is correct.
It's a pretty simple song but it absolutely rocks!
The main riff is just  Gsus4, G, C, Csus4

Intro and Chorus

   hot blooded     check it & see  
  Gsus4  G            C     Csus4
E---3----3--3----------------------
B---3----3--3---------5--5----6----
G---5----5--4---------5--5----5----
D---5----5--5---------5--5----5----
A---5----5--5---------3--3----3----
E---3----3--3----------------------

I play it as barre chords, but after seeing the band in concert (from 
lousy seats, mind you), I believe they play it in the open position, 
which would look something like below.

E---3----3--3--------0--0----1---
B---1----1--0--------1--1----1---
G---0----0--0--------0--0----0---
D---0----0--0--------2--2----2---
A---X----X--2--------3--3----3---
E---3----3--3--------------------

The verse is a nice simple power chord progression - G,F,C
    G             F        C        G
E--------------------------------------
B--------------------------5--5--------
G---------4--4----2--2-----5--5--------
D---5-----5--5----3--3-----5--5-----5--
A---5-----5--5----3--3-----3--3-----5--
E---3-----3--3----1--1--------------3--

Then, before the chorus is something like this, played a few times. The 
last time it's played, there is a fast little riff which I don't have.

 it's up to you    we can make a secret
  rendezvous
    D     C D      Em        C
E-----------------------------------
B---7-7-7-5-7------8--8------5--5---
G---7-7-7-5-7------9--9------5--5---
D---7-7-7-5-7------9--9------5--5---
A---5-5-5-3-5------7--7------3--3---
E-----------------------------------

That's all I have, although there isn't much else.  I used to see
a lot of people requesting this song so I hope someone can make use of 
it. Also, I'm working from the live version of the song off the 
"Records" greatest hits album, so there may be some differences.  
Comments/suggestions are welcome.  Enjoy!

Steve Throne
sthrone@earthlink.net
or
st94h3xt@post.drexel.edu

            
            
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AcdcTXfan 288 May 12, 2007 12:24 PM

The opening chord sounds more like a C than G, but i could be wrong.
e---3----3--3----------------------
B---3----3--3---------5--5----6----
G---5----5--4---------5--5----5----
D---5----5--5---------5--5----5----
A---5----5--5---------3--3----3----
E---3----3--3----------------------
i don't see how you can cover up the 5 on the A, D, and G strings and be able to play the 3 on the bottom 2 string at the same time. It seems easiest to play if you play it like this
e----------------------------------
B---------------------5----5--6----
G---5----5--4---------5----5--5----
D---5----5--5----------------------
A----------------------------------
E----------------------------------
the tab gets 4 stars for me

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DitatDeus 10 Sep 13, 2007 03:52 PM

"i don't see how you can cover up the 5 on the A, D, and G strings and be able to play the 3 on the bottom 2 string at the same time."

perhaps i'm misunderstanding you, but all you need do is bar the third fret with your index finger and work the "A, D, G" strings with your second, third, and pinky fingers.

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XxGibsonSGxX 310 Nov 04, 2007 05:56 PM

I personally think AcdcTXfan is right; it sounds pretty good; but kudos to you man,good tab nonetheless

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