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Submitted by: rogertabbit

Standard tuning, capo at third fret. This is to play along with MWS's recording.
The way I have done this tab is to put the letter of the proper word being sung under each chord.
I'm doing this to avoid copyright issues as the site said; you should be able
to figure out what words they are if you download and print out the lyrics
from somewhere else or have them memorized by heart. If a chord like g/b is in lower-case that means it's a 
transitional chord leading to the chords that are the meat of the song. Strictly chord 
lines start and end with the stars "*" as denoted below to differentiate them from the
vocal lines. Any >'s are when there are two chords, one at the start and at the
end of the same word being sung. This is an ugly tab but it'll get you through 
in a pinch, it should be familiar if you look at it for a few minutes and strum
the first few chords to get yourself acclimated.

**g/b   C   D    G**

  a     p     a  k

**g/b   C   D    G**

  a     n   a    t

**d/f#  Em   D    C  g/b**

  a     w    a    m>>>n

**C       Am7    D  g**

  y       f      g

**g/b     C      D    G**

  a       k>>>>>>s    t

**g/b     C      D    G**

  a       w      w    k

**d/f#    Em     D     C  g/b**

  a       w      t     e>>>>h

**C       Am7       B7**

  t       m         w 

=================
Chorus Part below:
=================

**G    C  D      G**

  c>>>>f  l      s

**G     C     D     G**

  y     d     j     l

**d/f#  Em   D    C   g/b#**

  l     r    t    g>>>>d

**C  g/b    C   D    G**
     
  f>>>l     m    a   a...."
  

  
the a a above is obviously the title of the song, which comes at the end. the ...'s are
there to denote the last word travels off as the song finishes.

Here are the chord shapes I use, very standard even though I can play it different ways, 
only at the end of the song in this tab do I use my own little variation of a G chord which 
sounds very lush and appropriate to end this piece. It's amazing how just the
variation of one note from the standard G chord (hammered on instead of open) can give the voicing a totally
different quality about it.

Anyway, here are the chords used.

G/B Chord:

E--3--
B--3--
G--0--
D--0--
A--2--
E--x--

C Chord:

E--0--
B--1--
G--0--
D--2--
A--3--
E--3--

D Chord:

E--2--
B--3--
G--2--
D--0--
A--x--
E--x--

G Chord:

E--3--
B--3--
G--0--
D--0--
A--2--
E--3--

D/F# Chord:

E--x--  (muted by second finger)
B--3--
G--2--
D--0--
A--0--
E--2--  (I use my thumb here for this G note)

Em Chord:

E--0--
B--0--
G--0--
D--2--
A--2--
E--0--

Am7 Chord: 

E--0--
B--1--
G--0--
D--2--
A--0--
E--x--

B7 Chord:

E--2--
B--0--
G--2--
D--1--
A--2--
E--x-- (or leave open, optional)

And here's one of my favorite G chords I mentioned above, I use this as a "finale" for a bit of variation.
With some chorus or a hint of delay it just has this warm, trailing off kind of vibe
which is real nice and might leave a mouth open or two if you're in front of a crowd. 
Here it is below. Exaggerate it by doing one long upstroke with a
pick or with your fingernails, from the bottom (high e-string) up to the G on the low e string.

G-something Chord (I don't know what it is exactly):

E--3-- pinky
B--3-- third finger
G--2-- second finger
D--0-- 
A--2-- index
E--3-- (use your thumb here)

This is my first tab, I'm not claiming it's perfect but it gets the job done. Of course you can
substitute your own chord variations up or down the neck and play fingerpicked or whatever. I do
it several ways but always tend to strum the Chorus as that part of the song
demands a heavier, more powerful sound. Play it as if you are there seeing
Jesus dying for you on the cross, that's bound to make you play emotive with
more expression.

If you have any questions or comments my name and email are below. Hope you enjoy it! Have fun.

Matthew T. Riegel
o7levi@yahoo.co.uk







Comments about this tab

wwjd_wwjd - 2005-01-05

WOW


John_Gods_Child - 2005-01-14

Loved it bro.
Keep up the good work.
John


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