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Submitted by: Falcon-fever777

written by. Kutless
song. Winds of Change
copyright 2006 Bec recordings and Thirsty Moon Publishings
Album. Hearts of the Innocent

okay, here we go, off their new album "Winds of Change"

drop c# tuning
 
intro/verse (sounds right on when I use my flanger)

F#I----------------------------------0-----0---0-
C#I-----3-----3---3----3-----3-------------------
G#I-1-1---1-1---1----------------3-3---3-3---3---
C#I-----------------3-3--3-3---3-----------------
then...
F#I-----0-----3-2---
C#I---------------3-
G#I-3-3---3-3------- for the first verse you play the top part 5 times then 
substitute the bottom with this...

F#I-----0-----0---0-
C#I-----------------
G#I-3-3---3-3---3---

chorus these are not numbered perfectly to how many times they are played

A#I-------10-10-10-10-----10-10-------10-10-10-10-----10-10-
F#I-------10-10-10-10-----10-10-------10-10-10-10-----10-10-
C#I-5-5-5-------------5-5-------3-3-3-------------3-3-------
G#I-5-5-5-------------5-5-------3-3-3-------------3-3-------
C#I-5-5-5-------------5-5-------3-3-3-------------3-3-------

F#I-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-                 all that 2 times
C#I-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-
G#I-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-

verse, next chorus is the chorus over and over

bridge. this is not showing how many times each chord is played
               left hand mute all 6 strings on these x's
F#I---------5--x-5--x-
C#I-0---3---5--x-5--x-
G#I-0---3---3--x-3--x-
C#I-0---3------x----x-

the intro into the chorus I am having trouble with. once I get it
I'll post it. I could use help with it. The final line is more on-off
left hand muting with the B power chord. Bye!

Comments about this tab

Adam K - 2006-04-13

Why didn't U post my tab of this song? I had it perfect. You messed up a little on yours.


Falcon-fever777 - 2006-04-13

I figured that. Although you make it sound like I'm the administrator In reality I'm not. But Hey when your tab gets posted I'm going to check it out right away because I love this song and I thought I had a couple bad notes in there. I do think I tackled the bridge pretty well. Thanx


Techguitarman - 2006-04-13

the chorus should be like this, number of each chord probably isn't accurate:

A#I-------10-10-10-10-----10-10-------10-10-10-10-----10-10-
F#I-------10-10-10-10-----10-10-------10-10-10-10-----10-10-
C#I-5-5-5-------------5-5-------7-8-8-------------8-8-------
G#I-5-5-5-------------5-5-------7-8-8-------------8-8-------
C#I-5-5-5-------------5-5-------7-8-8-------------8-8-------

A#I-------10-10-10-10-----10-10-----------
F#I-------10-10-10-10-----10-10-----------
C#I-3-3-3-------------3-3-------10-10-10--
G#I-3-3-3-------------3-3-------10-10-10--
C#I-3-3-3-------------3-3-------10-10-10--

-Patrick


Adam K - 2006-04-14

Sorry Falcon-fever I was talking 2 the administrator. God bless


Cheese_Monkey - 2006-04-19

yeah admin, i had one too and it was spot on i thought. what's going on?


Falcon-fever777 - 2006-04-19

You guys had tabs, and they are not put on? Well that's not fair. I mean there's not even a sheet music for this cd yet. So it can't even be copied. Take that to the administrator.


j_glick - 2006-04-20

I think this part in the intro/verse:

F#I-----0-----3-2---
C#I---------------3-
G#I-3-3---3-3-------

Should be:

F#I-----0-----2-0--
C#I---------------3
G#I-3-3---3-3------

That's just my opinion


Techguitarman - 2006-04-25

yeah jglick is right


Falcon-fever777 - 2006-04-28

thanks. that was givin me some trouble.


susbandgeek1990 - 2006-05-03

The chorus is wrong....The correct one is:
D#-----------------------------------------------------------
A#-----------------------------------------------------------
F#-------------------------------------------------5---------
C#-5-5-5-7-7-7-7-5-5-7-7-8-8-8-7-7-7-7-8-8-7-7-3---5---------
G#-5-5-5---------5-5-----8-8-8---------8-8-----3---3---------
C#-5-5-5---------5-5-----8-8-8---------8-8-----3-------------

I bought the cd and I love it!!! I hope this helps ya'll.
Check out my band...www.myspace.com/startupsunday
We are a christian rock band and are trying to make ourselves known.


CRloveSkillet13 - 2006-05-17

I made a powertab for this song. Its the first song I was able to completely figure out by ear. Please check it out. It is in the powertab section of the forum.


Uejji - 2006-05-30

It will not be entirely correct, but this song can be played with remarkably close accuracy in standard tuning, for those who cannot or are not willing to retune their guitar. Basic chords are marked above tab lines. I also have a few footnotes marked with numbers in parentheses.


Verse:
A5 E5
A|-----7-----7---7-----7-----7---7-|
E|-5-5---5-5---5---0-0---0-0---0---|


Normal Verse end of line:
B5
A|-----9-----9---9-----9-----11-9-7-|
E|-7-7---7-7---7---7-7---7-7--------|


Prechorus (Note we are playing one string lower than before):
D
D|-----4-----4---4-----4-----4---4-|
A|-5-5---5-5---5---5-5---5-5---5---|


Chorus:
F#5 (1) A5
D|-------6-6-6-6-----6-6-------6-6-6-6-----6-6-|
A|-4-4-4---------4-4-----7-7-7---------7-7-----|
E|-2-2-2---------2-2-----5-5-5---------5-5-----|

E5 B5 (2)
D|-----------------4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-|
A|-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-|
E|-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-----------------|


Bridge:
C#5 (3) E5
A|-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-|
E|-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-|

B5 (4)
D|-4-4-4-4-xx-4-4-4-4-xxxxxx-4-4-4-4-xx-4-4-4-4-xxxxxx-|
E|-2-2-2-2-xx-2-2-2-2-xxxxxx-2-2-2-2-xx-2-2-2-2-xxxxxx-|


Hopefully this will help somebody out!


(1): If you are dexterous enough with your pinky, you can stretch it out to catch the 6th fret here without ever taking your other fingers out of the F#5 chord.

(2): You may alternately play this B5 as 79 on EA, especially when going back into the verse as it puts you in a position to more easily reach the A5 fingering.

(3): The C#5 in the bridge is the only chord that suffers when played in standard tuning. However, with a good bassist and played with this fingering, it is pretty close to the original Drop C# sound.

(4): See (2). Playing the B5 as 79 on EA will give you a better harmonic on the muted strums.


Uejji - 2006-05-30

In the Bridge, the C#5 should be 44 on EA, not 33. My bad. Also things didn't line up like I wanted but that's okay.


Third_Day_Rocks - 2006-05-31

I like Uejji's version of the song best. I really don't like having to tune my guitar then tune it back just for one song.


tl_guitarnut - 2006-06-23

hay guys, the tabs that you sent in might have been canceled, try resubmitting them


sac346 - 2006-12-11

okay, song is in Drop C or Drop C#. Drop C is easier to tune to so I use it. My tat is the best one out there so go to it for advice.lol your tab is good who ever tabbed this, but i think theres a bit missing.


sac346 - 2008-04-07

everything is right but the 10's on the chorus.


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