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Borracho Station tab

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                             Borracho Station - Ryan Bingham
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Tabbed by: Pardoned

The intro is best played with improvisation. Ryan doesn't tend to play it the same way twice.

The song itself goes like this.

Tuning: Drop-D

e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------3--3----------4--4-----------3--3-----------------------------------|
G|-------3--3----------5--5-----------2--2-----------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------3-------------------------------------------------------|
D|----5-----------------------------0----------------------------------------|

It doesn't deviate from this structure the whole way through the song.

Then at the end of the chorus bit I think this sounds good, although it's not an actual
part of the song:-

e|-------------------------------------3------------3------------------------|
B|---------3--3-----3-3-----3--3--------------3-----3------------------------|
G|---------2--2-----2-3-----2--2-----------2-----2--2------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------0------------0------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|------0---------0-------0--------------------------------------------------|


Lyrics

onda cielo y toca la sierra

trabajando amigos acentiendo le pierra

vaqueros montamos caballos borracho

esperando aciente del sol

la mexico


buzzards they circle

old crosses on hills

the heart of the desert

pounds under my heels

and i hear a tale

of aztec gold

lyin in the hills

of old mexico


Hope you enjoy.

Any problems with it, or things you think would be better, let me know and i'll add them in.

Cheers!

            
            
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fritsvds 134 Sep 21, 2013 07:10 AM

This is not a 100%, since the intro starts at a low D note, hence the tuning must be drop-D. Also, the C chord is: X3X54X

That being said, if you don't want to play the intro and you don't care to much about the C chord, this is a pretty useful tab for you :)

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sambell38 10 Mar 21, 2014 06:16 PM

Also instead of hitting the open D note, hit the octave below it on the drop-D. Other than that, good work :)

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