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Third Day - I've Always Loved You

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Song Name: I've Always Loved You
Album: Time
Artist: Third Day
Copyright: 1999 New Spring Publishing / ASCAP
       
4th Fret*** Tab relative to capo (4fret=0)

Intro & Verse: 
     ^ v ^     ^ v ^     ^ v ^     ^ v ^    ^    ^     ^   v ^   =strumming pattern
-----0-0-0-----0-0-0-----0-0-0-----0-0-0----0----0-----3---3-3-----||
-----1-1-1-----1-1-1-----1-1-1-----1-1-1----1----1-----0h1-1-1p0---||
-----0---0-----0---0-----0---0-----0---0----0----0--0--0---0-0-----||
-----2---------0------3---------2---------3----2----0--0---0-0-----||
--3---------2---------------------------------------x--------------||
----------------------------------------------------3--------------||
                                                   {------4x------}
Chorus Progression:
--0--0--0--0--0--0-0-0--0-0-0---3----
--1--1--1--1--1--1-1-1--1-1-0h1-1p0--
--2--2--0--2--2--0-0-2--0-0-0---0----
--2--3--2--2--3--x-x-2--3-2-0---0----
--0-----3--0-----3-2-0------x---x----
----------------------------3---3----
 {--2x---}                 {--3x--}

***Not actual chords*** Capo Chord positions.

Verse 1: 
C      C/B    F
F/E    F      F/E    G
C      C/B    F
F/E    F      F/E    G

Chorus:
Am     F      C
Am     F      C
Am     F
C      C/B    Am
F      F/E    G
(repeat intro)

Intro 

Verse 2(same as verse 1) 

Chorus

Electric Guitar Parts:

There are quite a few electric guitars in the mix.  The main lead parts during
the intro progressions and the chorus use an Ebow.  There are a few clean
electric parts and even a lap steel as well.  Here are the most important
parts:

End of 1st chorus and throughout the rest:  (clean electric)
e--------7-----------7-------||  *Played whenever the G is played.
b---4h5---------4h5----------||
g-----------4-----------4----||

There also some clean lead parts throughout.  They are pretty in the same
area as riff, so it shouldn't that difficult to find if you really wanted
to play it.
There is also a guitar with tremolo playing chords, but I don't have time
for those details.
  
Guitar Ebow Riff: During intro parts, starts after 1st chorus
e--------------------------------------------|
b--------------------------------------------| **use variations in the end**
g-13~~~~-11~~~~-9~~~~~~~---6~-4~-6/8~~~~~~~--|
d--------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------|
  C      C/B    F   F/E    F F/E   G

Chorus Ebow Riff:                  3x
e----------------------------------||----------------------------------------|
b----------------------------------||----------------------------------------|
g--/14--13-------------------------||----------------------------------------|
d-----------14--11~~~~~~~~~-/14*---||-11~~~~~~~~~~~~--/14~~~~~~~~~-13~~~~~~~-|
A----------------------------------||----------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------||----------------------------------------| 
                        *=don't play third time
You may find it easier to play this riff on one string as changing strings
with an ebow is tricky, but playing it this way sounded more like the album.
Any electric & Ebow questions - Brian

Comments about this tab

StandingtheGap - 2004-01-09

I suggest writing a solo version of this song.


Marnello - 2004-05-13

Actually the verse goes as follows(with capo on 4th)

C C/B C/E C/B C/E C/B G Gsus Do a pull on/off for the G/Gsus 5 times.

C/E= x03010
Gsus= 300013


slugin_no.2 - 2004-07-02

I personally like to put a country feel to this song at the end of each verse modulate into the C from the G instead of useing a Gsus but the Gsus sounds pretty awsome to so ya know its all in how you look at it.


JDHeath - 2004-11-01

OH MY GOSH!!! I cant believe i found it i have been looking for this song, or at least who sang it, for years! Thanx for the music it rocks!!!!


jk1211 - 2005-01-09

Thank you sooooo much!!! I love this song and this tab is perfect!! great job!!


jc-16 - 2005-01-26

you did a great job man


acolyte4Him - 2005-02-06

good stuff... took me a while to get the fingering and strum pattern down, but this is a flawless tab, J-props dude...


Preacher Punk - 2005-05-11

thanx i had been tryin to tab this song out for a long time but could never got the chorus right, so you rock dude.

God bless, and rock 4 HIM


Preacher Punk - 2005-05-11

and who did tab this? they deserve props,
forgot that part in the previous comment, sorry,
Props to the anonymous tabber!!!


Strumming4Jesus - 2005-05-22

Dude!
Awesome job...major props
Keep it ip!

Rocking 4 Him
-Steven


Strumming4Jesus - 2005-05-22

up*

=]


god_is_cool - 2005-06-01

How do you play a F/E
Plz thx
God Bless


r-dog - 2005-08-06

an F/E isxx2211


thirdday1994 - 2006-02-12

THATS AWESOME!!!!!
GREAT JOB!!!!!


JesusFreak4Real - 2006-03-20

great job man i had already figured it out myself but that is really great who ever you are keep it up.


JesusFreak4Real - 2006-05-03

Excuse me for what i said i didn't figure it out my brother-in-law did. he is an awesome guitarist and has been playing longer than me. He taught me alot of things on the guitar from what i did not teach my self to do.
God Bless everyone who comes to this website and keeps their faith in God and truely shows a light for his name. Thank you for your time.


Ddog - 2006-06-07

AWESOME JOB... I knew the verse but I couldn't figure out the chorus... Thanks


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