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Truckers Atlas tab

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Maii,

This is a tab for one of the best songs on the ‘Tiny Cities’ album of Sun Kil Moon. I’m
confident about the accuracy of the intro, though the chorus might need some revising.
just that because of Mark Kozelek’s voice during the chorus it’s harder to hear than 
the (instrumental) intro. Ah well, this better than nothing.

The tuning is standard EADGBE and a capo doesn’t have to be used.

Have fun playing. For any suggestions or questions e-mail:
baculaat@hotmail.com

Bert, Holland

Intro and couplets

e|----------0---------2------0--------0---------7-----0----------|
B|------------------0------0-------------------------------------|
G|-------0--------2------2---------0----------0-----0------------|
D|--0-2------0-----------------0-2------0---7-----7--------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------3-------3------------------8------8---------------|

Chorus

Coming up to Alaska...

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

Sun Kil Moon website:

http://www.sunkilmoon.com/

The leadsinger is called Mark Kozelek, who is also a member of Red House Painters and
a few solo albums.

            
            
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mameha 10 May 17, 2013 01:40 AM

I couldn't get my finger position comfortable this, so I tuned the bass E string up to G and it is much easier to play.

(Just swap the 3 and 8 on the bass E string for 0 and 5 while playing)

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the.colour.gray 10 Sep 19, 2016 09:41 PM

^use your thumb to hit the 6th string

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