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J.Englishman- Something More
ndiclaudio86@hotmail.com

Verse gtr1
e-------------------------|-----------e
b-------------------------|-----------b
g-------------------------|-----------g
d----0---0-------0---0----|-0------0--d
a-------------------------|-----------a
d--2---2---2-4-5---5---5--|-5-/4-2-4--d

Verse gtr2 (strum chords)
e-------------------------------------e
b--5-----------8------------3---------b
g--4-----------7------------2---------g
d--2-----------5------------0---------d
a--2-----------5------------0---------a
d--2-----------5------------0---------d

Riff (between verse and chorus)
e-------------------e
b-------------------b
g-------------------g
d-------------------d
a--0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0--a
d--0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0--d
PM-----------------

Chorus gtr1
e-----------------------------------------e
b-----------5/7--7--7--7*~--7--7-7h8p7----b
g--------------------------------------9--g
d--2--4--5--------------------------------d
a--2--4--5--------------------------------a
e--2--4--5--------------------------------d
PM---------
--7x--1x-8x-

Chorus gtr1
e-----------------------------------------e
b-----------------------------------------b
g-----------------------------------------g
d--2--4--5--2/4--4--4--4~---4--4-4h5p4/2--d
a--2--4--5--------------------------------a
d--2--4--5--------------------------------d
PM---------
--7x--1x-8x-

Author's notes: In the verse, guitar one's riff has a
seperator and guitar two's doesn't. That's because sometimes
the ending of the verse is replaced by a piano. The
structure is simple, the riffs are simple, and it sounds
great when played properly.

~  vibrato

*  harmonic

/  slide

h  hammer on

p  pull off

PM palm mute

this song has all the strings tuned in a D structure, but it's much 
easier if you'd just drop the E.

Anyway questions, you sucks, or ducky's on a farm, feel free to contact 
me.

            
            
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