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Hello. This is the first tab I submit, so please be kind!

Song: Alligator Wine
Artist: Jeff Buckley
Album: Grace (Legacy Edition)

The song begins with two bass drum beats, and then proceeds into the guitar riff, with 
through the whole song (until the chorus, which I have yet tabbed)


E||------------------------|-------------------||
B||--------------7~--------|-------------------||
G||--------5--8------------|-------------------||
D||--5--8------------------|-------------------||
A||------------------------|-------------------||
E||------------------------|-------------------||


*- Bends vary through the song, so figure 'em out yourself!

If anyone finds out the B part, I'll be glad to know!
tomertheking1@gmail.com

            
            
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Nepharite 20 Mar 10, 2015 08:35 AM

It's the same lick used in a version of the this song, recorded by Screamin' Jay Hawkins (v. "The Best of Screamin' Jay Hawkins: Alligator Wine - An Intoxicating Concoction", Music Club Records 1997). Hawkins is one of my Top 10 of fave vocalists. I've seen one of his last performances in a Jazz & Blues festival (he died some months later). I'd rather prefer the cover by Johnny Thunders & Patti Palladin in the cover album "Copycats" (Jungle Records, 1988), by the way. :)

Why is this tab not complete, man!? C'moooooon! It looks prety! :)

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