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Shine Tabs (ver.3)

Collective Soul
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                This really only sounds good on a 12-string acoustic... you get a much
fuller sound out of it.
This is an acoustic version of "Shine" from Collective Soul's 'Hints,
Allegations and Things Left Unsaid'.
Pretty simple, really, but sounds great.

Intro:

Dsus2 (hammer on to) D and repeat 4 times
C 
G (Play with your fifth string open and hammer on to it.. sounds better)  

This is also the verse.
Right before the part with the "Yeah!....Yeah!" end with G like
normal and then do this (twice):


E|-------------------------------|---------------------------------|--
B|-------------------------------|---------------------------------|--
G|-------------------------------|---------------------------------|--
D|-0-0-0-3-0-0-3-0-0-3-0-5-------|-0-0-0-3-0-0-3-0-0-3-0-5-6-------|--
A|-0-0-0-3-0-0-3-0-0-3-0-5-------|-0-0-0-3-0-0-3-0-0-3-0-5-6-------|--
E|-------------------------------|---------------------------------|--

And then the chorus (starting at "Whoah! Heaven let your...") is:

C
G (hammer on fifth string again) 
D  and then when it goes high on the normal album do this instead, 
slide from D to whatever chord this is (so the transition will go):

E|---2---5-----------------------|---------------------------------|--
B|---3---5-----------------------|---------------------------------|--
G|---2---7-----------------------|---------------------------------|--
D|---0---0-----------------------|---------------------------------|--
A|---0---0-----------------------|---------------------------------|--
E|-------------------------------|---------------------------------|--

That's about it... the solo is pretty good from the other version, so
I'd just use that, but this is an excellent-sounding acoustic version
that's sure to get the girls!  Easy to play and sounds great.


-- Kyle
            
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