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Summertime Blues Tabs (ver.2)

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Summertime Blues Tabs (ver.2)

Alan Jackson
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                (Intro)
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                    Summertime Blues - Alan Jackson
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Tuning:  Drop D "DADGBE"
NOTE: In this tab, the b< and >b are bends on the lowest string.  Example, in this tab, 
means bend the 2 up (in this case bend away from you since its the lowest string) to the 
fret sound and back down to 2.  Listen to the song and you will pick it up by ear.

e|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---4h555--4h555--2p0--2p0------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------2b<3>b2--0------------------------------------|

e|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---4h55--4h555--2p0--2b<3>b2--0------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|

PLEASE RATE: Send me comments, this song is quick so I may have missed sometime and will 
glad to relisten to it and correct it if need be!

| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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