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this is the Trews Latest song.  Sounds pretty close...listen to song to get the actual 
pattern.  the Intro?verse part without the bass is played through out the whole song. 
i said it's pretty close but needs some minor changes

Enjoy

Standard Tuning

Key of C

Chords
Cadd9  x32013
Bmadd9 x20013
Am7    x02013
Gadd11 320013
Fadd11 133013

Intro/Verse

e]-----3------3--------------3------3---------------------------------------|
B]-------1------1----1---1-----1------1-----1----1--------------------------|
G]---2-----2-------2---2---2-----2------2------2----2-----------------------|
D]--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A]--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E]--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Intro/Verse  w bass

e]------3-------3------3-----------3------3------3----------3-----3-----3---|
B]--------1--------1-----1-----------1------1------1----------1-----1-----1-|
G]---0-------0-------0-----------0-----0------0-----------0-----0-----0-----|
D]--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A]-3---------------------------2------------------------0-------------------|
E]--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
    Cadd9                      Bm add9                    Am7

e]------3-------3------3------|
B]--------1--------1-----1----|
G]---0-------0-------0--------|
D]----------------------------|
A]----------------------------|
E]-3--------------------------|
    Gadd11

Tryin’ to build a bridge across my hearts divide
Caught between two opposite signs
I want it all and I can’t decide
If I should leave you here or stay with you a while


Chorus

Cadd9     Bm add9
I love you I love her

Am7       Gadd11
I need you I need her

Fadd11            Gadd11
I’m always gonna love you

Fadd11            Cadd9
I’m always gonna love her

Cadd9    Bmadd9         Am7          Gadd11
I guess I should just let this thing die

Fadd11     Gadd11        Cadd9
Cause I am a man of two minds


Verse
Standin’ all alone by the river side
Runnin’ out of reasons I can justify
What kind of man am I?
Who can tell a lie and look you in the eye, yeah

Chorus

Bridge: Intro with bass notes (C-B-A-G)
Not much to say
No alibi
For my selfish fear
And foolish pride

Chorus

            
            
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NewfieBrother 12 Aug 13, 2011 01:21 AM

OK... All looks good except the picking pattern in the intro. I figured this which is exact.

1. Both guitars. Fret the 6th high E string at the 3rd fret (G note). Fret the 5th string B at the first fret (C note).

2. Do not fret anything on the 4th string G . Leave it open on both guitars. The base notes are the same as shown in this tab (as above) for guitar two.

3. Now the fun part. The picking pattern. Guitar 1. only the 6, 5, and 3 stings are played with the following pattern:

4, 4, 6, 4, 5, 6, 4, 5, 4, 4, 6, 4, 5, 6, 4, 5. And this pattern repeats.

(Note: The 4th string is not fretted! as described in the original tab).

5. So lets have some more fun. Guitar 1 will repeat the above pattern 2 times. Then guitar 2 comes in. When guitar 2 comes in, it will play the same pattern as above but the base note will start in on the second 4. And as the pattern repeats, the base note will always fall on the second 4.

I know this seems like overkill but it affects the whole timing of the song - and this is how da bye's play it on all recordings - and its rigth on - and if you want it to sound right, you have to play it like this. So get your face and eyes into it and get at it -its a great song for guitar. Take her easy. If you need help with this, email: normanb15@hotmail.com. The good work of the original poster is appreciated.

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NewfieBrother 12 Aug 13, 2011 01:26 AM

Bloody hell.. Just noticed a mistake. I meant to say:

3. For guitar 1 only the 6, 5, and 4 strings are played. But most would have figured the mistake. Go mad!

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NewfieBrother 12 Aug 13, 2011 01:29 AM

I'm amazed that the lead singer can play the pattern as above and still sing the song. Real talent. Its bloody hard!

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