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The Road Im On Tabs (ver.1)

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The Road Im On Tabs (ver.1)

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                First tab i've ever uploaded here, did this on an acoustic. Sounds alright, i think.
Pretty close to the real thing. No solo.


The first guitar is a clean electric(or acoustic, whatever you prefer) with a minor
phaser or rotor

INTRO
e --------------------------------------------------------------0(let ring)------
B --------------------------1p0--------------------------------------------------
G ----------------------------------------2----5---------------------------------
D ---------2-----------0------------00----2----5---------------------------------
A ------2-----------2-------------------0------3------2h3p2--0-------------------
E ---0-----------3-----------------------------------------------3----0----------

	E           G/A               A         C     B/C     A/G     E




e -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
B --------------------------1p0--------------------------------------------------
G --------------------------------------------5----------------------------------
D ---------2-----------0------------00--------5----------------------------------
A ------2-----------2-------------------------3----------------------------------
E ---0-----------3---------------------------------------------------------------

	E	    G/A             A           C

							"She said life's a lot..."

VERSE
e -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
B --------------------------1p0--------------------------------------------------
G ---------------------------------------2-2----5--------------------------------
D ---------2-----------0------------00---2-2----5--------------------------------
A ------2-----------2--------------------0-0----3--------------------------------
E ---0-----------3---------------------------------------------------------------

	E	    G/A             A           C
"To think about...."

(At points there is an acoustic guitar strumming and doing small licks in the background)

e -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
B --------------------------1p0--------------------------------------------------
G ---------------------------------------2-2----5--------------------------------
D ---------2-----------0------------00---2-2----5--------------------------------
A ------2-----------2--------------------0-0----3---2h3p2--0---------------------
E ---0-----------3--------------------------------------------3---0--------------

	E	    G/A             A           C   B/C     A/G   E

"When you're living in between...."


PRE-CHORUS(Distorted guitar)
e -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
B -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
G --------------------------5----5-----------------x-x---2--2---5--5--5--5-------
D -(feedback volume swing)--5-pm-5---2--2---5--5---x-x---2--2---5--5--5--5-------
A --------------------------3----3---2--2---5--5---x-x---0--0---3--3--3--3-------
E -----------------------------------0--0---3--3---x-x----------3--3--3--3-------

			    C		E	G	A	C
			
			"What you thought was real in life..."

CHORUS
e -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
B -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
G ---9-9-x---7-7-x----5-5-x---2-2------9-9---x---7-7--x------------2-2-2---------
D ---9-9-x---7-7-x----5-5-x---2-2------9-9---x---7-7--x--5-5-x-----2-2-2---------
A ---7-7-x---5-5-x----3-3-x---0-0------7-7---x---5-5--x--5-5-x-----0-0-0---------
E ---0-0-x-----------------------------0-0---x-----------3-3-x-------------------
	E     D        C       A        E         D       G       A

That's all for now, feel free to send additions/corrections to me.
            
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