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Blue October, 18th Floor Balcony Tabs (ver.1)

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18th Floor Balcony Tabs (ver.1)

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                This is the tab for 18th Floor Balcony from Blue October’s live DVD “Argue With a Tree” 
this is not the version found on the new cd, “Foiled”. Also, this is just a rough 
of what CB plays on the dvd, it’s not 100% accurate, but it’s fairly close.

The tuning is standard, and it is capoed on the 2nd fret.  The fret indications I have 
going off of the capo placement, not the actual fret numbers.

Enjoy! This is a beautiful, slow, acoustic song that will blow you away! Any 


Intro/Verse (play through twice):

e:---------------------------------------------------------------------|
B: -------3----------------3--------------3--------------1-------------|
G: -----0---0---0--------0---0---0------0---0---0------3---3---0-------|
D: ---0-------0--------0-------0------0-------0------2-------2---------|
A: --------------------------------3---------------0-------------------|
E: -3---------------0--------------------------------------------------|

On the 2nd play through:

e: ----------------------------------|
B: --------1--------------1----------|
G: ------3---3---3------3----3---0---|
D: ----2-------2------2--------2-----|
A: --0--------------0----------------|
E: ----------------------------------|


Chorus (x2):

e:-------------------------------------------------------------------|
B: ----------3---------------3--------------1--------------1---------|
G: --------0---0---0-------0---0---0------3---3---3------3---3---0---|
D: ------0-------0-------0-------0------2-------2------2-------2-----|
A: ----3---------------2--------------0--------------0---------------|
E: ------------------------------------------------------------------|


After 2nd chorus:

e:------------------------2---------------3--------------3-------------|
B: --------3-----------------------------------------------------------|
G: ------0---0---0------0---0---0-------0---0---0------0---0---0-------|
D: ----0-------0------0-------0-------0-------0------0-------0---------|
A: -----------------2---------------3--------------3-------------------|
E: --3-----------------------------------------------------------------|


“I’ll try to sleep”:
e: -------------------------------------------------------------------|
B: -------1--------------3--------------3-------------3---5-----------|
G: -----3---3---0------0---0---0------0---0---0----0------------------|
D: ---2-------2------0-------0------0-------0----0--------------------|
A: -0--------------2--------------3-----------------------------------|
E: -------------------------------------------------------------------|

e: -------------------------------------------------------------------|
B: -------1--------------3--------------3-----------------------------|
G: -----3---3---0------0---0---0------0---0---0-----------------------|
D: ---2-------2------0-------0------0-------0-----0 (let ring)--------|
A: -0--------------2--------------3-----------------------------------|
E: -------------------------------------------------------------------|

e:---------------------------------------------------------------------|
B: -------3----------------3--------------3--------------1-------------|
G: -----0---0---0--------0---0---0------0---0---0------3---3---0-------|
D: ---0-------0--------0-------0------0-------0------2-------2---------|
A: ---------------------------------3--------------0-------------------|
E: -3---------------0--------------------------------------------------|

e: ----------------------------------|
B: --------1--------------1----------|
G: ------3---3---3------3---3---0----|
D: ----2-------2------2-------2------|
A: --0--------------0----------------|
E: ----------------------------------|
            
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