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Where Would I Be? Tabs (ver.1)

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Where Would I Be? Tabs (ver.1)

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                *Standard tuning, nothing fancy (possibly done in Drop D)*

Intro (x2) (0:00 - 0:18)
e||----------------------------------|
B||----------------------------------|
G||-7-9-7------------------------7---|
D||-------9-9-9-7h9-----------7-9----|
A||-----------------9-9-9-9-9--------|
E||----------------------------------|

(x2)(1:20 - 1:36)
e||----------------------------------|
B||----------------------------------|
G||-7-9-7------------------------7---|
D||-------9-9-9-7h9-----------7-9----|
A||-----------------9-9-9-9-9--------|
E||----------------------------------|

Fill 1 (x2) (1:47 - 1:48 and 1:52 - 1:53)
e||-----------|
B||-----------|
G||-----------|
D||-------7---|
A||----7-9----|
E||-----------|

Fill 2 (x2) (2:30)
e||------------------------|
B||------------------------|
G||-7h9p7-5-7~-5~-7~-11~-9~|
D||------------------------|
A||------------------------|
E||------------------------|


Outro (x4)(2:58 - 3:53)
e||------------------------------------------|
B||------------------------------------------|
G||-7-9-7--------------------------------7---|
D||-------9-9-9-7h9-------------------7-9----|
A||-----------------9-9-9-9-9-9-9-9-9--------|
E||------------------------------------------|


I know this isn't quite all of it, but there are a lot of little little fills that are in it. and this is the gist of it.
            
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