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Gabe Bondoc, Man In The Mirror Tabs (ver.1)

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Man In The Mirror Tabs (ver.1)

Gabe Bondoc Tabs
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                Standard Tuning

Intro: "1..2..7..9"

e----------3--------3---------------------------------------------------|
B---3----------3--------1---1--------0h1--------------1-----------------|
G------0----------0---------0--------0----------------0h2p0----2--------|
D--------------------------------------------------3--------------------|
A---3----------2--------0-------0---------------------------------------|
E------------------------------------3----3----1------------------------|

e-----------------------|
B----------1------1---1-|
G----------0h2p0--0---2-|
D-------3---------------|
A-----------------------|
E---1-------------------|

Verse:

chords:
e----------------------------3----------|
B---3----3----1----0h1p02----1----------|
G---0----0----0----0---------2----------|
D-------------2--------------3----------|
A---3----2----0-------------------------|
E------------------3---------1----------|

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

chorus:
e-------------------------------|
B----1-------1----1-------------|
G----0-x2----2----2-------------|
D----2-------3----3-------------|  x2
A----3----------------------3---|
E------------1----3-----3h5-----|

"...been any clearer"
e----------------|
B-------1----3---|
G-------2----4---|
D-------3----5---|
A----------------|
E-------1----3---|

post-chorus
"..if you want to make the world..."
e----------|
B----3-----|
G----3-----|
D----3-----|
A----x-----|
E----3-----|

"...change"
Same as Intro
            
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