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Submitted by: AudioAJar

I'm gonna put this tab in because the other two were way off. I figured this one 
out in 5 minutes so it might not be perfect, but it works. 



Chords for Chorus:


And the accustic finger-picking sounded good on the other tab.

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disciple_777 - 2005-02-22


I don't mean to offend, but Greg (the guitarist from Day Of Fire) said that my tab (Disciple_777) was %100 correct. (Mad On Guitars showed it to him at a concert, (thanks again, M.O.G.)) I wish you wouldn't have said it's way off, it just confuses people. The other tab was way off, but seriously, mine was very accurate. Day Of Fire uses Dropped D on this song, and Dropped Db on some of the others. Did you play it in Drop D? That could be why you thought it was off. Give it a try, the E5 sounds much better.

Again, no offense, just wanted to clear some things up.

Please look at my tab closely, it might take a few minutes (or hours) to figure it out, but it's very accurate.

Peace ouT

AudioAJar - 2005-02-23

Actually your chords were bars, right? On the same frets too so mine in Drop D drops the E a step, meaning that my powerchords should be the same as yours. While bars might be easier for some people, you can use normal tuning to play mine. But I saw Day of Fire in concert and watched them play it and they use powerchords. But our tabs are pretty much the same and it should sound the same mine's just a little easier and less time-consuming, unless your guitar is always in Drop-D, then yours would be easier. Well thanks a lot for replying!

disciple_777 - 2005-02-23

Mine were power chords too, and the reason you need Drop D is so that you can play the bridge, you can't play it in standard. The power chords are the same except you can't play the E5 fast enough. So, I think it's definitely Drop D. You can do it for the most part in standard though.

Peace Out

Got Jesus?

AudioAJar - 2005-02-24

Ah OK well I don't have the bridge here. Thanks!

KutlessRocks842 - 2005-04-19

Just to clear things up for you guys. I have their music book and this song is writtin in standard tuning but I usually play it in drop D just to make it a bit easier to play. These are the bridge chords F#5 E A5 C#5

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