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Grace Tabs (ver.2)

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                Grace: written by Jeff Buckley + Gary Lucas.

Trans: Eliiott.

note: h = hammer on
      p = pull off
      / = slide

pre-verse:
note: When I figured this out, I had a capo on the second
fret. Therefore an 0 represents a capoed 2nd fret. I'm not sure if
this is all correct. Some of it sounded a bit dodgy when it was played
along with the tape but sounded fine on its own. 

fig.1
E  |----1-------------------1---3p1-----|
B  |-------------------------------1----|
G  |-1h3-3p13p1h3p1h3p1--1h3-3p1----13p1|
D  |3-------------------3---------------|
A  |------------------------------------|
E  |------------------------------------|

   |------3-------------------3---5p3-----|
   |---------------------------------3----|
   |---3h5-5p35p3h5p3h5p3--3h5-5p3----35p3|
   |3/5-------------------5---------------|
   |--------------------------------------|
   |--------------------------------------|

                   (octave box................................)
   |0--------------|--------------553--|       |--------------|
   |0--------------|2h3222h3222h3-33252|repeat |2h3222h3223333|
   |0--------------|2--222--222---22222|bar    |2--222--222222|
   |0h2p0h2p0h2p0h2|0--000--000---00022|twice  |0--000--000000|
   |0h2p0h2p0h2p0h2|-----------------00|       |----------0000|
   |0--------------|-------------------|       |----------2222|
    ^
let open strings ring



fig.2
Verse:
E  |------------|------------|------------|------------|
B  |------------|------------|------------|------------|
G  |---0-----0--|---2-----0--|---0-----0--|---2-----0--|
D  |--2-2---2-2-|--3-3---2-2-|--1-1---1-1-|--3-3---2-2-|
A  |-2---2-2---2|-3---3-2---2|-1---1-1---1|-3---3-2---2|
E  |0-----0-----|1-----0-----|X-----X-----|1-----0-----|

   |------------|------------|
   |------------|------------|
   |---0-----0--|---0-----0--|
   |--1-1---1-1-|--2-2---2-2-|
   |-1---1-1---1|-2---2-2---2|
   |X-----X-----|0-----0-----|

fig.3
   ( this part is played twice.................................)
                              vv^^vv^^ vv^^vv^^   vv^^vv^^v  v^^vv^^
   |2222/6666/7777/9-9-9-9--|-33333333-33333333-|-000000000--0000000-|
   |3332/7777/8888/10101010-|-33333333-33333333-|-000000000--0000000-|
   |4444/8888/9999/11111111-|-00000000-00000000-|-000000000--0000000-|
   |4444/8888/9999/11111111-|-22222222-00000000-|-222222220h22222222-|
   |2222/6666/7777/9-9-9-9--|-33333333-22222222-|-222222220h22222222-|
   |2222/6666/7777/9-9-9-9--|-XXXXXXXX-33333333-|-000000000--0000000-|
                                            *
The strumming pattern shown above is the pattern used on all heavily
chord based parts.

fig.4
chorus:
(I'm not sure of this part )
                               
(played twice.................)
|--1--1---0---|-----XX-----XX-|0--|
|--1--1---0---|-----44-----44-|0--|
|--2--2---0---|-----00-----00-|0--|
|3-3--3-2-2-00|-2/5-55-2/5-55-|2--|
|333--3-222-00|-3/6666-3/6666-|2--|
|-11--1--00-00|----666----666-|0--|

Then return to fig.1 + play thru to fig.4

break:

|11111111-33333333-|-555555555--5555555-|
|11111111-33333333-|-555555555--5555555-|
|22222222-00000000-|-555555555--5555555-|
|33333333-00000000-|-777777775h77777777-|
|33333333-22222222-|-777777775h77777777-|
|11111111-33333333-|-555555555--5555555-|

|-44444444-3333-22-11-|-000000000--0000000-|
|-44444444-3333-22-11-|-000000000--0000000-|
|-55555555-4444-22-22-|-000000000--0000000-|
|-66666666-5555-44-33-|-222222220h22222222-|
|-66666666-5555-44-33-|-222222220h22222222-|
|-44444444-3333-22-11-|-000000000--0000000-|

then play the first two bars of fig.3
where there is a * there is now a fill:   |-2h3p2-|
                                          |-3-----|
                                          |-0-----|
                                          |-------|
                                          |-------|
                                          |-------|

When he starts to sing again play fig.3 again, fully.
Now return to fig.1 and play thru to fig.4.

Elliott.

Any corrections or "so real" and "dream brother" TAB would be
            
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