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Vineyard Tabs (ver.1)

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Vineyard Tabs (ver.1)

Jackopierce
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VINEYARD by JACKOPIERCE
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             there are two guitars
one: capo on the third fret(all chords given are named as if the fourth
fret was the first, so pretend like there was no capo)start on D-Em(with
fingers on the 1 and 2 string 6th fret (the real 6th fret)-G(with pinky
finger on 6th fret)
the D chord               the Em chord               the G chord
E---5-----                ----6----                  ----8----|
B---6-----                ----6----                  ----6----|
G---5-----                ----3----                  ----3----|
D---3-----                ----5----                  ----3----|
A---x-----                ----5----                  ----5----|
E---x-----                ----3----                  ----6----|
that is one guitar line, do not forget the capo it is impossible to play
without it the "and she said..." part is the same chords just D-Em pause
D-Em pause and the G on "hey, hey"
the second guitar is harder to explain all the chords follow the first part
so    I'll just diagram the chords.
these are capo ed on the first fret
E---1-----                ----1----                  ----1----|
B---1-----                ----1----                  ----1----|
G---2----                 ----3----                  ----7----|
D---3----                 ----5----                  ----8----|
A---3----                 ----5----                  ----8----|
E---1----                 ----1----                  ----1----|

I know the form for that last chord is right but I might be a fret or Two
off because I ain't got me guitar here write if you got any ?s
            
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