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The Shaking Of Leaves Tabs (ver.1)

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The Shaking Of Leaves Tabs (ver.1)

Into It Over It
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                "THE SHAKING OF LEAVES" - Into It. Over It.
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i thought was the easiest to understand. I did not include the solo at the
difficult to understand. Like I said, this is my first tab. feel free to
give me some feedback. If anyone has a request for any other song/songs,

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Tuning: Standard, Capo 6th fret

***I had difficulty with the timing when i first learned this. Listen and
play along with the song and it will click.***

Intro: x4

e|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------0------3-------0---0----------------------------------------------|
G|---------0-----0-------0---2p0--------------------------------------------|
D|-----0h2---------------0---0----------------------------------------------|
A|---0-------3--------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------3------------------------------------------------------|

After the intro, the following is played throughout the rest of the song

e|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------0------3-------0---0------------0------3-------0---0--------------|
G|---------0-----0-------0---2p0-----------0-----0-------0---2p0------------|
D|-----0h2---------------0---0---------0h2---------------0---0--------------|
A|---0-------3-----------------------0-------3------------------------------|
E|-------------------3-------------------------------3----------------------|

e|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------0------3-------0---0------------0------3-------0---0--------------|
G|---------0-----0-------0---2p0-----------0-----0-------0---2p0------------|
D|-----0h2---------------0---0---------0h2---------------0---0--------------|
A|---0-------3-------------------------------3------------------------------|
E|-------------------3---------------0---------------3----------------------|

For those of you who have a bass guitar as well

The bass guitar comes in during the Chorus "Whoa, Whoa, Whoa"

G|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---1-------4-----------------------1-------4------------------------------|
A|-------------------4-------------------------------4----------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

G|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---1-------4--------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------4---------------1---------------4----------------------|
E|------------------------------------------2-------------------------------|

At the end of the song when Evan sings "The New Haven Expose", the bass does
not play (obviously), however, the bass comes in at the end of the bridge
during "gunman was nineteen" with (below)

G|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------1---------------4----------------------|
E|------------------------------------------2-------------------------------|

After this, the bass is played as it was before

bands that I like to listen to, this way you can have a better idea of what
I'll be willing to tab out.
**Request Say Anything, Pinback, A Great Big Pile Of Leaves, Into It. Over It., Ben 
Howard, Jack Johnson,


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| h   hammer-on
| p   pull-off
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