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Submitted by: Adam K

Kutless-It's Like Me
Drop C# Tuning C#-G#-C#-F#-A#-D#
(All chords are just the positions from the tuning)

Intro
F#[------5-------5----]
C#[-0----5----5--5--0-]
G#[-0----3----5--3--0-]
C#[-0---------5-----0-]

Verse
C G D x2
Then 
Am C G D

Chorus
F#[------5-------5----]
C#[-0----5----5--5--0-]
G#[-0----3----5--3--0-]x2
C#[-0---------5-----0-]

Verse
Chorus

Bridge
Am Em C G
Am Em C D

Chorus 2
F#[------5-------5----]
C#[-0----5----5--5--0-]
G#[-0----3----5--3--0-]x3
C#[-0---------5-----0-]

2004 Thirsty Moon River Publishing (ASCAP)/Indecisive Music Publishing (ASCAP)
Spinning Audio Vortex (BMI)/Solid People Songs (BMI).

Tabbed by Adam K

Comments about this tab

Music_lover - 2004-09-27

Nice tab!

keep up the good work!

peace,

Music_lover


SCHUTZDAN - 2005-01-28

Dude this is very good.


strngrndawrld - 2005-02-22

I haven't had a chance to play this with the cd, but I have a question before I do... when you say a C chord, do you mean a C chord shape (X32010), but actually a B chord (sounding pitch)? I think that's what you mean, so I'm gonna run with it. Thanks for an awesome tab for an awesome song! Just a note, I think this song would be great for worship services and concerts alike!


mac_02 - 2005-04-29

How do you play the chords if you're in drop C# tunning? Wouldn't the lower pitch change the sound of the chords, especally the low E?


Caldur - 2005-05-26

Since it's in drop C# (drop D with everything tuned down a half step), you are going to play power chords instead of a normal chord. For example, only using the lowest three strings, 5-5-5 becomes a G (in drop d tuning). In drop C#, 5-5-5 is going to be Gb. It's the same as playing 3-5-5 on the bottom three strings in standard E tuning. Hope that helps.


kslowick1986 - 2006-02-16

Very good tab, well done.


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