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Submitted by: Isaac T.

I'm not totally sure that this is right but I tried to do my best!  The only
part that I could figure out was the sweet tab in between the bridge and the
chorus.  But, if anyone knows that rift, it would be sweet if you could send
it to me at ikeland88@yahoo.com!  Also, feel free to make any corrections to
this because I don't think it's totally acurate!!!  Well, anyways, enough of
my blabbing on about useless stuffs!  Here's the song.  ENJOY!
                                         
                                         In Christ
                                         Isaac T.
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Song: All You Ask of Me
Artist: Building 429
Album: Glory Defined EP (Limited Edition)
Published & Copyrighted 2004 to Word Entertainment LLC,
a Warner/Curb Company
Tabbed by Isaac S. Tritt

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Tuning: Standard (EADGBe)
Capo: 0

Intro: E A2 Bsus4 C#m7 Bsus4 (2x)

//Verse 1
E                        A2

                 Bsus4

                                 C#m7--Bsus4

             E                              A2

                            Bsus4

                          C#m7--Bsus4

//Pre-Chorus
A2                     C#m7--Bsus4

A2                        C#m7--Bsus4

//Chorus
       E

Bsus4

C#m7                  A2

     E

Bsus4

C#m7                 A2

               E Bsus4               C#m7 A2

//Verse 2
E                          A2

                  Bsus4

                         C#m7--Bsus4

E                                A2

                            Bsus4

                        C#m7--Bsus4

Pre-Chorus

//Chorus (A little CD difference as far as first chord change)
E

Bsus4

C#m7                  A2

     E

Bsus4

C#m7                 A2

               E Bsus4               C#m7 A2

//Bridge
C#m7         Bsus4

    A2                Bsus4

C#m7         Bsus4            A2--C#m7--Bsus4

C#m7         Bsus4

    A2               Bsus4

C#m7        Bsus4        A2

Interlude: Here's where that tab is!  But you can just play 'E Bsus4 C#m7 A2'

Chorus (2x)

Ending: E Bsus4 C#m7 A2
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The first way of playing these chords is the way I play them for this song 
and the second way is just more melodious!
E - 022100
Bsus4 - 024400 or 099800
C#m7 - 046600 or 0-11-11-10-0-0
A2 - 002200 or A - 077600
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Now, you may be wondering,"Why does he have the chords all over the place 
with spaces between each line?"  Well, there is a reason to my madness and 
it's a good reason!  Because of all that copyright junk, I'm not allowed to 
put the lyrics along with the tab.  So this is my solution. If you listen 
to the song on the CD, you can put the EXACT (using all proper english and 
such)lyrics on the lines below the chords and they will match up. Oh and yes,
do include such things as 'well' and 'and' that may be at the begining 
of a line in the lyrics! So there you are and enjoy this tab and get out
there and play for the Lord!
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Special thanks to Taylor Guitars and my brother Jake

Comments about this tab

Isaac T. - 2005-03-01

Hey, me again! Yeah, first of all, it's capo first fret. Secondly, there are no Bsus4's in the chorus they are all A2's. I think that it right! Okay, well like I said, get out there and play for the Lord!
In Christ
Isaac S. Tritt


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