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Every Day Tabs (ver.1)

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Every Day Tabs (ver.1)

Bon Jovi
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                July 30th, 2002

  I Tabbed This Song Off The Radio Because The CD Is Not Yet Out
  So It Might Be Off By A Fret or Two Because Radio Speeds Up Songs
  And Changes The Key And Tone Of The Song.


 Legend:

   h = Play First Note Then Hammer With Finger Onto Next Note
   p = Play First Note Then Pull-Off With FInger Down To Next Note.
   / = Slide From First note To Second Note



  w/talkbox throughout song

  Intro/Verse:
    (Palm Mute The Chords)
    e-------------------------------------
    B-------------------------------------
    G---2-2-2-2--------2--2-----2--------- 
    D---2-2-2-2--------2--2-----2---------
    A---0-0-0-0-3p0----0--0-----0-3p0-----
    E-------------------------------------
      

  Pre-Chorus (After Each Verse):

    e-------------------------------------------------
    B-------------------------------------------------
    G-------------------------------------------------
    D--3----------------------3-----------------------
    A--3--(let ring 8 beats)--3--(let ring 8 beats)---
    E--1----------------------1-----------------------


  Chorus:

    e------------------------------------------
    B------------------------------------------
    G---2-------5--------7---------------------
    D---2-------5--------7---------3----5------   < Play 2X
    A---0-------3--------5---------3----5------
    E------------------------------1----3------ 
                                        ^(On Last Chorus Dont 
                                          Play This Chord The Last Time) 

  Fill 1 (After First Chorus:

    e---------------------------------
    B---------------------------------
    G---2----------------------------- 
    D---2--(let ring 8 beats)---------
    A---0-----------------------------
    E---------------------------------


  Fill 2 (After Solo):

    e--------------------------------
    B--------------------------------
    G-------------------------------- 
    D---3----------------------------
    A---3---(let ring 8 beats)-------
    E---1----------------------------


   Bridge:

    e----------------------------------------------------
    B----------------------------------------------------
    G---2------------------------5----------------------- 
    D---2--(let ring 8 beats)----5--(let ring 8 beats)---
    A---0------------------------3-----------------------
    E----------------------------------------------------


   Solo:

    e----5---5h7p5---7------------------------------------
    B-----------------------------------------------------
    G-----------------------4h5--4h5--4h5--4h5p4---2------ 
    D-----------------------------------------------------
    A-----------------------------------------------------
    E-----------------------------------------------------

    e-----------------------------5--5h7--7---8--10--12---15/17-----
    B---------------------------------------------------------------
    G--4h5--4h5--4h5--4h5p4---2-------------------------------------
    D---------------------------------------------------------------
    A---------------------------------------------------------------
    E---------------------------------------------------------------



   Song Layout:

    Intro/Verse - 12x
    PreChorus - 1x
    Chorus - 1x
    Fill 1- 1X
    (16 Beats Rest)
    Intro/Verse - 4x
    Chorus - 1x
    Bridge - 1x
    Solo - 1x
    Fill 2 - 1x
    Chorus - 2x


      Its Not Every Guitar Part, But It's The Parts I Could Figure Out
      Which Is Most Of It. During The Solo During The Long Notes
      Theres Some More Picking Of The Notes Or Tremolos Or Something
      But Once You Hear Em You'll Know What im Talking About...

      Hope This Helps Out!
         Good Luck!
            
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