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Playing Favorites intro tab

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Intro

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This is for all the solo acousticers out there. Here is a very playable version of the
favorites' intro. I arranged this tab, though much of it is scavenged from a number of
tabs that I've seen, throughout the years.

e|--0---0-----0----0-0-0-------------0----------------------|
B|--0h2---0h2---2--0-0-0---5-----5-2-3----------------------|
G|--2--------------2-2-2-----2-3-----2--------------4-------|
D|--2--------------2-2-2s4-----------4s6-2----4-6-----6s7---|
A|-----------------0-0-0-----------------0--------7---------|
E|-----------------2-2-2-------------------5----------------|

I like to end this with a bar across the 7th fret harmonics.

The verse starts with an A bar-chord, and doesn't deviate very far from the intro
But I haven't got it quite figured out yet. If anyone has a better version of this, or advice
how to play the rest of the song, drop me a message. (I'm stuck at, "I'm sure you always 
my eyes on you...) Thanks!

            
            
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