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David Crowder Band, The - Our Love Is Loud

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Our Love Is Loud
David Crowder Band

I know this is already in the archive, but the current tabs don't include the
 correct transcriptions of the solo or chords, and don't take into account the 
fact that David Crowder is playing in EAEEBE tuning.  That said, I've included 
the chords that he's playing in his alternate tunings, and also how to play 
them normally, as well as (correct) lead parts.

Intro:

   Lead part:

(distorted)
e|------------------------------4-----4--5--4---r
B|---5--7--5--4--5-----7----7------7------------e
G|----------------------------------------------p
D|----------------------------------------------e
A|----------------------------------------------a
E|----------------------------------------------t


   Acoustic guitar:

Strumming not indicated

(Crowder's tuning)
E|----0---0---0---0---
B|----0---0---0---0---
E|----0---0---0---0---
E|----0---7---4---0---
A|----7---6---4---0---
E|----0---0---0-------

(Standard tuning)
E|---0---0---0---0---
B|---0---0---5---0---
G|---9---8---6---2---
D|---9---9---6---2---
A|---7---7---4---0---
E|---0---0-----------

    Verse

Technically, only the bass is playing here (at least on the CD), but if you
 want chords to play, here they are:

(Crowder's tuning)
E|---0---0---0---0---
B|---0---0---0---0---
E|---0---2---0---0---
E|---0---0---4---0---
A|---2---4---4---0---
E|---0---2---0-------

(Standard tuning)

E|---0---0---0---0---
B|---0---0---5---0---
G|---1---2---6---2---
D|---2---4---6---2---
A|---2---4---4---0---
E|---0---------------

Sometimes, the lead guitar throws in this little riff:

E|------------------------
B|---5--4h5p4h5p4h5p4h5---
G|------------------------
D|------------------------
A|------------------------
E|------------------------

    Chorus

Actually, the chords and lead for the chorus are the same as the intro,
 so there ya go.

    Thingy

In between the chorus and the second verse, the lead guitar part changes
slightly:

E|------------------------------|------------------------------
B|---5--7--4--5-5---4--5--7--4--|--5--7--4--5-5--5--5-5--7--4--
G|------------------------------|------------------------------
D|------------------------------|------------------------------
A|------------------------------|------------------------------
E|------------------------------|------------------------------

E|------------------------------|----------------4-----5-5--4--
B|---5--7--4--5-5---4--5--7--4--|--5--7--4--5-7--5--7--5-5--5--
G|------------------------------|------------------------------
D|------------------------------|------------------------------
A|------------------------------|------------------------------
E|------------------------------|------------------------------

    Bridge

(Crowder's tuning)
E|---0---0---0---0---R---0---0---0---0---R
B|---0---0---0---0---E---0---0---0---0---E
E|---0---0---0---0---P---0---0---0---0---P
E|---0---2---0---2---E---0---2---0---2---E
A|---2---2---0---2---A---0---2---0---2---A
E|---4---------------T-------------------T

(Standard tuning)
E|---0---0---0---0---R---0---0---0---0---R
B|---0---0---0---0---E---0---0---0---0---E
G|---1---4---2---4---P---2---4---2---4---P
D|---2---4---2---4---E---2---4---2---4---E
A|---2---2---0---2---A---0---2---0---2---A
E|---4---------------T-------------------T

Lead:

(Starts during the third repetition)
E|---4-4-4-4-5-5-5-5-4-4--R
B|---5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5--E
G|------------------------P
D|------------------------E
A|------------------------A
E|------------------------T

    Outro

The chords and parts for the outro are the same as the chorus and intro.
However, if you're really anal about these sort of things, it sounds like
there's a third guitar in the background, that, instead of just going from
C#m to A2, is throwing in an extra B so it's more like C#m B A.

At the very end, there are all sorts of guitars doing various weird parts.
One of them is playing the lead part from the bridge.  Another is playing
something like this:

E|-------5---4-------5---4----
B|---5-----------5------------
G|----------------------------
D|----------------------------
A|----------------------------
E|----------------------------

And at some point, one of them throws in this:

E|--------------------------
B|---5-------5-------5------
G|-------4-------4-------4--
D|--------------------------
A|--------------------------
E|--------------------------

And hopefully, that's about it.  Let it not be said that I didn't pay attention
to detail.  This tab is an elaborated version of the chords that David Crowder
himself posted, which you can find at:

http://davidcrowderband.com/recordings/chords-cyhu/loveisloud.htm

Some of the alternate chord forms I posted are not identical to Crowder's,
although theyare somewhat easier to play.   If you're a purist, check the link
above. The lead parts are of my own picking out.  If you have a question,
comment, insult, or note of congratulations, feel free to e-mail me at
jwright012@hotmail.com

Comments about this tab

Ma@tin - 2004-02-03

Actually the Intro plays like

Intro:

Lead part:

(distorted)
e|-----------------------------------4-----4--5--4----r
B|---5--7--5--4--5-----5----7--5--7-----5-----------5-e
G|------------------4---------------------------------p
D|----------------------------------------------------e
A|----------------------------------------------------a
E|----------------------------------------------------t

HAVE FUN!! :P GOD BLESS!!!!


BautRedHanded - 2004-02-19

the riff (the way that David plays it) is actually this:

(distorted)
e|--------------------------------
B|--5-7-4-5-5-7-7-9-7-9-10-9-7----
G|--------------------------------
D|--------------------------------
A|--------------------------------
E|--------------------------------


myloveisloud - 2005-02-13

wuts the chords for intro?



GOD BLESS!


wwjd? - 2005-06-13

I actually think this is the actual leading part

E-0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--
B-5--7--0--4--5--0--5--7--0--7--9--0--9--10-9--0--
G-x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--
D-x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--
A-x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--
E-x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--

I hope this is correct and I hope u enjoy it!!


jkim519 - 2005-07-14

Chords for intro are like this:

E: 0-7-9-9-0-0

then slide ur fingers up so ur index finger is on second fret
then slide down to fourth
then slide up so ur playing: 0-0-2-2-0-0


Basshammer2000 - 2005-08-02

Hi


twinner2 - 2005-08-08

thank you SOOO much foer standard tuning... sometimes david crowder goes a little tuner happy


twinner2 - 2005-08-08

hi back to Basshammer2000


jkim519 - 2005-09-01

Hi to twinner2


mogenx - 2006-06-21

Here is somethig for those of us who play electric guitar without another guitar player (The CD of this song has two electric guitars). When you play the intro, play a E/B triad (this looks like an open D chord on the fourth fret only playing the 3-2-1 strings). This will allow you to get a fuller sound when playing alone. Use you pinky to get to the 7th fret. I actually bar the 3-2-1 strings with my 1st finger on the fourth fret. Then I place my 2nd finger on the 2 string behind the 5th fret. This may help you reach the 7th fret easier.


Shini - 2006-08-17

how do you reach that F#?


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