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Rabbit tab

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Author
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RABBIT – Matt Duke
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Tabbed by: Kengus

Standard tuning
Capo on fourth fret!

INTRO (repeat x2)
   Dsus2    F#m7#5   G5           F#*  Em7      D/F#     G5       A7sus4
e|-----0--------0--------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------3--------3------3-----------------3--------3--------3--------3--|
G|---2--------2------------0----0---0--------0--------2--------0--------0|
D|-0--------4----------0--------------------------0--------0--------2----|
A|---------------------------------------2------------------------0------|
E|-------------------3--------3---2----0--------2--------3---------------|

VERSE (same as intro, repeat x2)
   Dsus2    F#m7#5   G5           F#*  Em7      D/F#     G5       A7sus4
e|-----0--------0--------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------3--------3------3-----------------3--------3--------3--------3--|
G|---2--------2------------0----0---0--------0--------2--------0--------0|
D|-0--------4----------0--------------------------0--------0--------2----|
A|---------------------------------------2------------------------0------|
E|-------------------3--------3---2----0--------2--------3---------------|

CHORUS (1st chorus is shorter than the others)
  Em7      D/F#     G5       A7sus4   Em7      D/F#     G5       A7sus4
e|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|----3--------3--------3--------3--------3--------3--------3--------3---|
G|------0--------2--------0--------0--------0--------2--------0--------0-|
D|-----------0--------0--------2-----------------0--------0--------2-----|
A|--2------------------------0----------2------------------------0-------|
E|0--------2--------3-----------------0--------2--------3----------------|

BRIDGE
   G5           F#   Em7               D             G*     D
e|-----------------------------------------0h2p0----------------0h2p0----|
B|-----3-----------------3--------3--------------3-----3-----------------|
G|-------0----0---0--------0--------0----2---------2-----2----2----------|
D|---0---------------------------------0--------------------0------------|
A|---------------------2--------2----------------------------------------|
E|-3--------3---2----0--------0----------------------3-------------------|
   A7sus4   G5           A*   Bm7               Em7      D/F#     G5
e|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----3--------3------3---3------3--------3--------3--------3--------3--|
G|-------0--------0-------------2---2----2---2--------0--------2--------0|
D|---2--------0--------------------------------------------0--------0----|
A|-0---------------------0----2--------2----------2----------------------|
E|----------3--------3--------------------------0--------2--------3------|
   A7sus4            A7
e|-----------------------|
B|-----3--------3----2---|
G|-------0--------0------|
D|---2--------2----------|
A|-0--------0------------|
E|-----------------------|

INTRO

VERSE1
Dsus2       F#m7#5          G5  F#*    Em7           D/F#        G5  A7sus4
  Every sentiment hangs around,     no longer than a minute or two
  Dsus2          F#m7#5  G5        F#*
And I find I keep falling for love    
   Em7              D/F#            G5  A7sus4
But I can’t seem to follow it through

CHORUS
   Em7         D/F#       G5  A7sus4
So run, little rabbit, run
Em7         D/F#       G5   A7sus4
Run, little rabbit, run

VERSE2
Dsus2              F#m7#5           G5  F#*
  I leave one good hand on the wheel
     Em7           D/F#          G5  A7sus4
Been counting mile markers for days
    Dsus2          F#m7#5   G5
And everything falls further behind
F#*    Em7          D/F#      G5  A7sus4
 I can disappear in several ways

CHORUS
   Em7         D/F#       G5  A7sus4
So run, little rabbit, run
Em7         D/F#       G5  A7sus4
Run, little rabbit, run
Em7         D/F#       G5  A7sus4
Run, little rabbit, run
Em7         D/F#       G5  A7sus4

BRIDGE
G5               F#  Em7            D          G*       D         A7sus4
   Sleep through the morning, don’t wake me up,   don’t wake me up
G5               A*  Bm7          Em7       D/F#       G5         A7sus4  A7
   Sleep through the morning, one little man    to one mighty sun

VERSE3
Dsus2          F#m7#5           G5  F#*
  Try to break away from yourself
Em7                D/F#          G5  A7sus4
 Throw your broken bones in a heap
   Dsus2              F#m7#5        G5   F#*
And all your blood and guts are exposed
     Em7             D/F#          G5  A7sus4
Your spirit has been begging to leave

CHORUS
   Em7         D/F#       G5  A7sus4
So run, little rabbit, run
Em7         D/F#       G5  A7sus4
Run, little rabbit, run
   Em7         D/F#       G5  A7sus4
So run, little rabbit, run
Em7         D/F#       G5  A7sus4
Run, little rabbit, run.

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DanceKeithDance 10 Jun 19, 2010 09:15 PM

What do the chords with the * symbol stand for?

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Kengus 4,583 Jun 20, 2010 04:21 AM

It's just to point out that I've simplified the chord name or that because it's only two notes (as in F#*), it's not really a real chord, I guess.

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