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Band Of Horses, I Go To The Barn Because I Like The Tabs (ver.3)

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I Go To The Barn Because I Like The Tabs (ver.3)

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                This is an exhaustive tab of the intro with chords for the rest of the song


Intro:

Basically your left hand will shift through various chords (DAGA) while the right 
hand finger picks. A "*" indicates the best time to transition from chord to chord. 

In other words, lift your left hand entirely off the fretboard on every "*" so you 
can hit your next chord on time.



    D                    *  A                    *  G                    *

E|--2------------2-------0--0------------0----------3------------3----------|
B|-------3----------3------------2---------------0-------0---------------0--|
G|----------0h2-----------------------------2-------------------------------|
D|--0-------------------------------0h2-----------------------------0-------|
A|--------------------------0-------------------------------0h2-------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------3-----------------------|

    A                     *

E|--0------------0-----------|
B|-------2---------------(0)-|
G|------------------2--------|
D|----------0h2--------------|
A|--0------------------------|
E|---------------------------|

This is the intro to the song and also the finger picking pattern for each 
respective chord throughout the song.

The finger picking pattern is consistent throughout the song with some variance on 
the last A chord before the chorus and the A chord in the first [You were right].

Song structure is like this:

Intro : DAGA

Verse : DAGA (x4) [I'd like to think I'm a...]

Pre-Chorus : G A    [Maybe I'll tell you sometime]

Chrous 1 : DAGA [Time...]
           DAGA [Sometime...]
           G A  [You were right]
           DAGA [Right...]
           DAGA [You were right...]

Chorus 2 : D [Outside]
           A [By your doorstep]
           G [In a worn out]
           A [Suit and tie]

           D [I'll wait]
           A [For you to come down]
           G [Where you'll find me]
           A [Where we'll shine]         (x3)

Last chord: D

Listen to the song carefully and you'll be able to find when to use the finger 
picking pattern and when to use strumming with the acoustic part.


As a bonus, here are the electric guitar parts (listen to the song for slides):

Chorus 1:

   D            A              G            A

E|---------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------|
G|----------------------9-------------7-------------9------|
D|--------7-----7---11----11---5---9----9---7---11----11---|
A|-5---9----9----------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------|



Chorus 2:

    D                       A     

E|------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------9-------------9------|
D|--------7-----------7-----7--11-----11--7--11-----11--|
A|--5--9-----9--5--9-----9------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------|

    G                       A

E|------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------7-----------7------------9-------------9------|
D|--5--9-----9--5--9-----9--7--11-----11--7--11-----11--|
A|------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------|


There's the tab for you. Enjoy!
            
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