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Autumn Tabs (ver.2)

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Autumn Tabs (ver.2)

Haste The Day
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                Autumn

Tuning:Drop C (Or D Standard)

Verse1:
d|----0-------0--------0------------------0-----0------0-------------------|
A|----0-------0--------0------------------0-----0------0-------------------|
F|----0-------0--------0------------------0-----0------0-------------------|
C|----9-------7--------4------------------9-----7------2--------------\4---|
G|----7-------5--------5------------------7-----5------3--------------\5---|
C|-----------(0)------(0)----------------------(0)-------------------------|
 |    red     leaves   blow               in    the    wind
 |    leaving home and everything it's   known  be-    hind
 |    barren  branches wave               good  bye________
 |       as   the      red leaves         slow- ly     die


Chorus: x2 (there's a slight variation on the vocals second time around)
d|----------0-------------0---------0---------0----------------------------|
A|----------0-------------0---------0---------0----------------------------|
F|----------0-------------0---------0---------0----------------------------|
C|----------9-------------14--------12--------9----------------------------|
G|----------7-------------12--------10--------10---------------------------|
C|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
 |          every flower stares and watches
 |   as the wind       it takes  me away
 |          before the sun shone  upon me
 |    oh  now the    wind takes  me away

This is the Dreamer version (not the original from That They May Know You), It's cut
with at least 1 electric layered on top of the acoustic). I'm not 100% sure on the 
part of it, but it's in key, and it works well within the song.
            
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