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Submitted by: christ 4 real

artist: The David Crowder Band
song: No one like you

hey guys i know there are alot of tabs already here. i changed the key of it
and added the correct way to do the solo. it should be correct because i played
it with my youth group band. if you have any questions e-mail me at

intro tab

b--3-3-3-3-3-3-1-1-0-1-0-1   x4 

verse- these are power chords

G  E  D  C ( first time u do it twice then kick back into the intro without 
the buzzin G string. then you do it 3 times. the rythm is really easy to figure 

chourus- again these are power chords

G  D  E  C  (do these directly after the C in the verse.)

bridge- this is just C and D power chords. have fun! its no fun without distortion and loudness.
in christ

Comments about this tab

curt02k1 - 2005-08-27

hey this is perfect....crowder told me the way they play their intro after his concert that i went to and this is exactly right...but power chords are not necessary...the band just plays open chords

JohnM - 2005-08-27

That's an Em not an E, and it's played tuned down a half step on the album... but other than that it's correct. :-)

christ 4 real - 2005-08-31

yeah i changed the key on the chords and its a half step higher than
the cd. also i forgot to add, the second time on the intro, the rest of the band
(bass and 2nd guitar) play the g chord until the intro is ove.
in christ

JohnM - 2005-10-28

Hmm... IIRC, they play the chorus chords (G D Em C) during the second intro.

lmvc - 2005-12-07

Yay! This is an awesome song. But does anyone know the riff they play int he background during the sounds almost like a Blink-182 song but so much better!!! God bless!

resister576 - 2006-01-11

OK OK Guys let me show you something here...

--3-- --3-- --3-- --3-- --3-- --3--
--3-- --3-- --3-- --3-- --3-- --3--
--0-- --5-- --4-- --5-- --4-- --0--
--5-- --5-- --5-- --5-- --5-- --5--
--x-- --x-- --x-- --x-- --x-- --x--
--x-- --x-- --x-- --x-- --x-- --x--

Not to sound mean, but I do know Crowder personally and I am 100000% positive that this is how he plays it... well Jason plays this. These are the chords and you can figure out the timing yourself, play the first chord longer than the rest.

In Him

Serial Sleeper - 2006-03-08

guys... stop bashin the poor kid about the power chords... you can play it either way... it all depends on what sounds best for your band and your equiptment...

Artist_X - 2006-03-31

Kinda hard to play bar chords with distortion, wouldn't you agree? HUMMMMMM?!?!?

Artist_X - 2006-03-31

I haven't tried this song. But from listening to the song over and over. It looks right. Says, Artist_X with his +9 perception skillz.

godspunk89 - 2006-05-03

It all just depends on what you like. If you like to play with a lot of distortion, then it's best to use power chords, but if you like clean, then use open chords. It all depends on your taste. I'd say turn your distortion up and use power chords, but that's just my opinion. Just do whatever sounds right to you.

godspunk89 - 2006-05-09

If u do like 2 use distortion, i would recommend playing the intro like this.


The timing on this isn't correct cuz i ain't got my guitar with me right now and i'm doin it from memory, but if u play it the way it's tabbed, it sounds really messy with distortion, but this way sounds a lot better.

6stringjo - 2006-07-05

i don't know bout you guys but i the intro like this

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