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Delirious - All The Way

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Title: All the Way
Artist: Martin Smith of deliriou5?
Album: King of Fools
Copyright 1997 by Furiou5? Records
Tabbed by: John Kim jkim@jhu.edu
Originally transcribed by Elliot Whiting (ellw@hotmail.com)

This song has alot of funky but cool-sounding chords that sound really
classy but are easy to learn:

G:     320033
A*:    545000  (I'm not sure what this chord is called)
G/A:   300233
Cmaj7: x32000
C:     032010
Em7:   022030
D/F#:  200232
C2:    032030
Eb:    x110xx
F:     x331xx

Intro:
G A* Cmaj7-C G-G/A

Verse:
G  A*  Cmaj7-C
G-G/A
G  A*  Cmaj7-C
G  G-G/F# 

Chorus:
Em7  D/F# 
C2  G-G/F# 
Em7  D/F# 
C2  Eb-F
G  A*  Cmaj7-C  G-G/A

Verse:
G  A*  Cmaj7-C
G-G/A
G  A*  Cmaj7-C
G  G-G/F# 

Chorus:
Em7  D/F# 
C2  G-G/F# 
Em7  D/F# 
C2  Eb-F
G  A*  Cmaj7-C  G-G/A (x3)

SOLO
[Hard to transcribe. Improvise in Em (pentatonic) Em-D-C-G (Chorus riff)]

G  A*  Cmaj7-C  G-G/A  (x6)

This is how the transition from G to G/F# goes:
   G  G/F#
|--3--2--|
|--3--3--|
|--0--0--|
|--0--0--|
|--2-----|
|--3-----|

There is a little transition from Em7 to D/F#:
   Em7          D/F#-Dsus 
|--0--0----------2---3--|
|--3--3----------3---3--|
|--0--0----------2---2--|
|--2--2---2------0------|
|--2--2---2------0------|
|--0--0---0-2-3--2------|

I hope this has helped, and Happy playing!!

Comments about this tab

GuitarOfGold - 2004-09-26

Nice, but the chord you called G/A is actually a G(add9) and should be 3x0233.


GuitarOfGold - 2004-09-26

Also, the chord you called C2 is actually a C(add9). The difference is that a 2nd would remove a third; an add9 has both a 2nd and 3rd in the chord in the same octave.


jonathanc1542 - 2004-09-26

actually guitar of gold, a C2 changes the tonic (C) to a 2nd. you don't lose a third in the process.


twinner2 - 2005-12-23

this song sounds good on a 12-string


Rocky13 - 2007-03-24

Great job but the chord you called G is actually a G5 but it sounds great!


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