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Submitted by: JasonD

Artist: Kutless
Album: Strong Tower
Song: Ready For You
Tabbed By: Jason Dearing

There seemed to be some confusion with the tabs already posted, 
so here's my version of the song. 

The chords already posted were to simplified, and I think these capture
more of the full KUTLESS sound we're all looking for.  At least thats
the hope.

I put up every single chord used in the song, so don't get overwhelmed!

Comments welcome ~~ Jay


****CAPO ON FIRST FRET****


CHORDS USED:
--------------------------------------------------------------------

D/F#	  (200232)
Dsus2/F#  (200230)	
Dsus2/C#  (x40230)
Gsus2     (3x0033)
Asus2     (x02200)
Bm	  (x24432)


Notes:  For the Dsus2/C# use your pinky to rap around and hit the C#
	
	Also, depending on how big your hand is, you might find a D/F#
	hard to do, but a regular D works too, it just doesnt give the
	same full sound.

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VERSE 1:  Dsus2/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2,  Asus2
          Dsus2/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2,  Asus2


PRE-CHORUS 1:  Bm,  Asus2,  Gsus2,  
	       Bm,  Asus2,  Gsus2,  Asus2


CHORUS 1:  D/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2
	   D/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2,  Asus2
	   D/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2
	   Bm,  Asus2,  Gsus2
	   D/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2,  Asus2


VERSE 2:  Dsus2/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2,  Asus2
          Dsus2/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2,  Asus2


PRE-CHORUS 2:  Bm,  Asus2,  Gsus2,  
	       Bm,  Asus2,  Gsus2,  Asus2


CHORUS 2:  D/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2
	   D/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2,  Asus2
	   D/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2
	   Bm,  Asus2,  Gsus2
           Bm,  Asus2,  Gsus2


BRIDGE:  Bm,  Dsus2/F#,  Gsus2,  Asus2
         Bm,  Dsus2/F#,  Gsus2,  Asus2


CHORUS 3:  D/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2
	   D/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2,  Asus2
	   D/F#,  Dsus2/C#,  Gsus2
	   Bm,  Asus2,  Gsus2

	   Repeat above x2

	   Bm,  Asus2,  Gsus2  x2

	   END ON ... D/F#

Comments about this tab

Falcon-fever777 - 2005-05-24

Hey, it sounded great! Can someone help me with the strum pattern on the final chorus. It is kind of hard for me to tell what they are doing. Code is, U for up strum, D for down strum, C for change chords. ><> Thank you everybody, May Christ be with us all. Daniel


guitarist_51 - 2005-06-22

great job!!


Falcon-fever777 - 2005-07-23

never mind ^_^


WhiteRice - 2005-08-08

Actually, the 'sus' that you added to the chords should not be there. You said that the D and A chords are susspended, but they are just D2 and A2 with the bass chords if you want to play them (if you have a bass player playing with you, he/she should play the F# and G#, if it's just you, add them to the chord). The Gsus2 is correct as far as I know, but the Dsus2/F#, Dsus2/G#, and Asus2 should have the 'sus' removed. Please let me know if I am wrong.


WhiteRice - 2005-08-08

/|\ Sorry, I said G# for the bass chord, but meant C#.....my bad
/ | \
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rockstarwannabe - 2005-12-08

White rice is absolutely right! A Dsus/F# (for instance) would be:
3
3
2
0
0
2
But you're leaving off the 3rd fret/e string and playing it open


CrossbearerJDC9 - 2006-09-14

Here is the solo played between the first chorus and the second verse for any who haven't already figured it out:
e-----------6---6-----------6------------------
b-8---8-6---------9-8-8-9-----9-8-8-9-6---8-9-8
g---------8---------------8--------------------
That's my first tab, so I hope its right

CrossbearerJDC9-Pick up your cross


jonboytang - 2007-02-01

ACTUALLY the Dsus2 is correct because the chords that you are trying to explain is actually a Dsus4. AND yes i understand that D2 is D,A,D and E but it is the same formation as that of a sustain chord. thus why not call it what it is.
-0--------3--
-3--------3--
-2--------2--
-0--------0--
-0--------0--
-2--------2--
sus2/F# sus4/F#


3rddayinmyear - 2007-03-16

i hate this song...it's a ripoff of draw me close


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