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I Go To The Barn Because I Like The Tabs (ver.2)

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I Go To The Barn Because I Like The Tabs (ver.2)

Band Of Horses
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                Once again, I am submitting this tab because the other one seems to be
terribly wrong.  I hope mine comes out better and it helps you play this
lovely song.

THE LYRICS ARE UNDERNEATH THE CORRESPONDING TAB.


SECTION ONE (the note in parenthesis is used to change to Section Two,
             so you don't play the c# (2), its the b (0) note.)
  D               A              G              A
e-2-------2---0--0-------0------3--------------0-------0------------------|
B---3-------3------2---------0----0---------0----2---------2-(0)----------|
G-----0h2------------------2------------0----------------2----------------|
D-0------------------0h2------------------0--------0h2--------------------|
A----------------0------------------0h2--------0--------------------------|
E-------------------------------3-----------------------------------------|
Well I'd Like to think I'm a mess you'd wear, with Pride
Like some empty dress on the bed you've laid out for tonight.

SECTION TWO (there are some minor variations on this section troughout
             the song that I won't tab, they are too insignificant.)
  G             G              A
e-3-------------3--------------0-------0---0------------------------------|
B---0---------0---0---------0----2-----------2----------------------------|
G---------0-------------0----------------2--------------------------------|
D-----------0-------------0--------0h2------------------------------------|
A-----0h2-----------0h2--------0------------------------------------------|
E-3-------------3---------------------------------------------------------|
Maybe I'll tell you sometime...

SECTION ONE:
Time, Sometime

SECTION TWO:
And you were right

SECTION ONE:
Right, You were Right
end this on the open A string (5th string) and open E string (first)

The rest is strummed.
D                A              G             A
Outside, on your doorstep, in a worn out suit and tie
D                    A                       G                    A
I'll wait for you to come down, where you'll find me, where We'll Shine

This is just repeated for quit a few times and the song ends on a
D MAJOR CHORD.

This should be pretty accurate and if you listen to the song and have
a little fingerpicking skills it should be a piece of cake to learn.
Hope this helps anyone out who loves Band of Horses.  I DO.

JIFIGZ

I submitted this once and it was rejected. Not sure why because it is clearly better
however,it is discouraging when one spends time to put out what one considers a 
legitimate tab only to have it rejected.
            
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