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Fly Farm Blues Tabs (ver.1)

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Fly Farm Blues Tabs (ver.1)

Jack White
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                This is how to play this song in standard tuning hope you like the tab!


The song starts with Jack playing open E then he mutes the string (X) and plays the riff 
the song, back to Open E and either G barre or open (G barre is easier to slide to).

E---------X-----------------------------------3-----------------------------|
B---------X-----------------------------------3-----------------------------|
G----1----X------------------------------1----4-----------------------------|
D----2----X------------------------------2----5-----------------------------|
A----2----X---------------7--------------2----5-----------------------------|
E---------X----------5s7------5---------------3-----------------------------|

Then he goes on to play A Barre or open to G and back
E---5-----3-----5-------------------------|
B---5-----3-----5-------------------------|
G---6-----4-----6-------------------------|
D---7-----5-----7-------------------------|
A---7-----5-----7-------------------------|
E---5-----3-----5-------------------------|

Then back to
E---------X-----------------------------------3-----------------------------|
B---------X-----------------------------------3-----------------------------|
G----1----X------------------------------1----4-----------------------------|
D----2----X------------------------------2----5-----------------------------|
A----2----X---------------7--------------2----5-----------------------------|
E---------X----------5s7------5---------------3-----------------------------|

He then goes on to play B A G E and then E G A and i don't know the name of the next 
so i will just tab it, then back to the main riff and the last chord is an E minor i think 
muted again.
E---7----5----3---------3----5----6--------------------------0----X---------|
B---7----5----3---------3----5----6--------------------------0----X---------|
G---8----6----4----1----4----6----7--------------------------0----X---------|
D---9----7----5----2----5----7----8--------------------------2----X---------|
A---9----7----5----2----5----7----8----------------5---------2----X---------|
E---7----5----3---------3----5----6--------5s7-----------5---0----X---------|


Anyway thats the order you can work out how many times yourself. Thanks for viewing!
            
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