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Submitted by: 7thDayBassman

If u want to play it in standard tuning just move every thing down a fret 
for examlpe 5 goes to 4, but the chords dont fit with that.

Intro and fill

e-|-----------------------|------------------|
B-|-----------------------|------------------|
Gb|-7~-6~-----------------|-7~-6~------------|
Db|-7~-6~-9/7-5-5-4-4-5/7-|-7~-6~-9/7-5~~~~--|
Ab|-5~-4~-9/7-5-5-4-4-5/7-|-5~-4~-9/7-5~~~~--|
Eb|-------7/5-3-3-2-2-3/5-|-------7/5-3~~~~--|

Verse
G-G-A2-D2-A2-D2
G-G-A2-D2-A2-D2-Bm

Chorus
D-A-Bm-G
D-G-Bm-A-G-Em-D

Bridge
Bm-A2-D-G-A-G

Comments about this tab

Coolguymario - 2005-04-12

hey how do you play D2? if anyone can tell me that would be great.


thecatzeyez - 2005-05-23

isn't D2
e3
B3
G2
D0
A-
D-


Silent Steel - 2005-06-16

Hi! Love the song and the tab, and thanks to thecatzeyez for the chord fingering, but an easier way to get to the chord is to play it

e 3
A 0
D 2
G 0
B 0
E X

so you can just slide your ring finger down from a normal "D". This chord has a slightly more minor sound than the one you posted, though.

Enjoy!
TJ


Silent Steel - 2005-06-16

Ooops! That was in standard tuning, my bad! Sorry for the mix-up!

-TJ


ytckevin - 2006-04-24

the D2 on standard tuning leaves off the high e string to sound open leaving everything else the same.


KBGuitarist17 - 2007-05-10

Actually, D2 is only an abbreviation. the actual name is Dsus (sus means suspended) To suspend a note i a chord you must first know what notes make up the specific chord. D for example is made up of the notes D, F#, and A. To make that chord into a Dsus, you add the 2nd note in the D scale, which is E. So the chord Dsus is made using the notes D, A, and E which replaces the F# on the 2nd fret of the 1st string (the High E string). So the tab for this chord would be:

Position 1:
e]0
b]3
g]2
d]0
a]x
E]x

x muted

Position 2:
e]5
b]5
g]7
d]7
a]5
E]x

Hope this helps. Also I wasn't trying to sound like a know-it-all. I am just really technical about music. Keep rockin' out for Jesus
KBGuitarist17


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