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Submitted by: E-Dogg777

"All I Need"
by Bethany Dillon

Capo 4 Standard Tuning

Chords Used (All Chords Relative to Capo)

   G  C  Am7  Dsus4  Em7   A  D
e:-3--3---3-----3-----3----0--2
B:-3--3---1-----3-----3----2--3
G:-0--0---0-----2-----0----2--2
D:-0--x---2-----0-----2----2--0
A:-x--3---0-----0-----2----0--0
E:-3--x---x-----x-----0----x--x

Intro Riff:(Actually played on Mandalin)
e-3-3-2-3-0-3---3---3---3---3----
b-------------3---1---0----------
g-------------------------2---0--

Intro:
G C Am7 C 
G C Am7 C

Verse:
G C Am7 C (4x)
G C Em7 Dsus4 (4x)

Chorus:
G C Em7 Dsus4
G C Em7 Dsus4
G   A   
Am7 Dsus4 

Intro:
G C Am7 C
G C Am7 C

Verse:
G C Am7 C (4x)
G C Em7 Dsus4 (4x)

Chorus:
G C Em7 Dsus4
G C Em7 Dsus4
G   A   
Am7 Dsus4
G C(Hold C until Bridge)

Bridge:
D  Am7  Em7 C

Chorus:
G C Em7 Dsus4
G C Em7 Dsus4
G   A
Am7 Dsus4

-Repeat Chorus 2x
-End on G C

Tab Compliments of E-Dogg Productions

Comments about this tab

RelientKks - 2005-11-13

How do you play a Dsus4?
I'd really, really, really appreciate it if someone told me.


skye92 - 2005-11-22

Dsus4=xx0233

Rock On,
~Skye


cjo406 - 2006-04-09

does anyone have the mandolin tabs for the intro?


ghotiandfish - 2006-04-28

first: it's not a mandolin but a banjo (I don't know which one)/ or a very strange mandolin... :)
second: the chords are played by the gitar and the tones you hear from the banjo aren't chords but a melodi. the tones are: b-a#-g#-f#-e-d#-c#-b take turns with the first b, so you'll get: b-b-a#-b-g#-b-f#-b-etc... the rithme is difficult to explain, it's easier if you listen to the cd.
Perhaps you've noticed; I'm not English... Still I hope you understand what I've writen... :) have fun!


Breezy - 2006-05-30

For the chorus after the G C Em D twice then you play G C then the next chord


guitarchic2991 - 2006-06-30

would someone plz put the words under the chords, that makes them easier to read. ^_^


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