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Submitted by: raised4praise

Artist: Relient K
Song: I Celebrate the Day
Your 'Tabs' Brought to you by: raised4praise

Note: Piano part, and here 8va means play the bass as octaves (for example
instead of playing just G, you'll play G and the G below it.
1va means just play that note, not that AND the one below it.

This is my Christmas gift to CGR.

Intro: 

Right Hand: D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A
Left Hand:   (Play Octaves) G       F#      D

Verse:

  Right Hand:      D A D A D A D A (get the picture?)
  Left Hand: (1va) G       F#      E       D  (8va)B         A         G

  Right Hand:      D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A (C# A x4)
  Left Hand: (1va) G       F#      E       D  (8va)A       

  Right Hand:      D A D A D A D A (get the picture?)
  Left Hand: (1va) G       F#      E       D  (8va)B         A         G

  Right Hand:      D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A D A (C# A x4)
  Left Hand: (1va) G       F#      E       D  (8va)A  (A) (A) (A)  (A X4)   

Note on Chorus: This isn't accurate; this is how I play it. And the second time
you play each note in the bass you play it the higher one (for example you'd 
play G the first time then the G above it the second)

Chorus:

  Right Hand: (uncertainty) D A D A C# A C# A D A D A D A D A 
  Left Hand:  (uncertainty) G   G   A    A    B   B   D   D

Listening to the song that fancy high piano part in the left hand is G A  D A

Then repeat with intro.

Now that I used my ear use your's. Determine the rythem (which it's pretty 
even), know what octave your suppose to use, and don't be afraid to play it 
your own way ecpecially when you know I've written something wrong.    

Comments about this tab

lonlaser - 2006-12-14

for me, this was a good start. I used it to get the rest of the song right. thank you.


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