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From uunet!spool.mu.edu!agate!ames!bionet!raven.alaska.edu!news.u.washington.edu!news Wed Jul 15 16:14:05 PDT 1992
Article: 741 of alt.guitar.tab
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From: ihateuw@u.washington.edu (David Wong)
Newsgroups: alt.guitar.tab
Subject: TAB: Three more from Tracy Chapman's first album...
Keywords: For You, If Not Now, Across The Lines
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Date: 15 Jul 92 09:56:49 GMT
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	Here's some more by Tracy Chapman:

	For You:
	This is what is played in the intro, but watch for changes in the  
pattrern once she begins singing, as the order of the bars varies.  Perhaps  
despite first appearances, not very complex left hand fingering.  Basically,  
finger-picking between G, D, and C chords.   Pattern changes to strumming right  
before "Look at me losing control,".  Use Em (022000), C (x32010), Am7 (x02010)  
and another C.  Upon "emotions" the finger picking pattern is resumed.

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Abe 394 Mar 27, 2004 07:00 PM

Man, that song sounds so much more simple than that. Good tab.

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Vancas 10 Nov 10, 2009 04:31 PM


maybe I would add a few more details, like when she says "Deep in my heart" , sounds better playing only the first part of the tab ( the 2 first ... "spaces")

dunno if I explain myself..

thank you so much for this tab... you know when you just NEED to play a song? that's how I felt. Thanks

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Vancas 10 Nov 10, 2009 04:39 PM

and what goes when she says "Safe from the guards
Of intellect and reason
Leaving me at a loss
For words to express my feelings" ?

sorry, didnt get it...

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