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Holding Nothing Back Tabs (ver.2)

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Holding Nothing Back Tabs (ver.2)

Jesus Culture
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                Intro (x4)
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-9-9-7-9-9-9--------------------------------|
-------------6-6-(x2)-8-8-8-8-(x3)-8-9-9-9--|
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On the #3 of intro, however, the track plays like this (after #3 go back to original 
intro above for #4):

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-9-9-7-9-9-9------------------------------------------|
-------------6-6-(x2)-8-8-8-8-8-8-9-9-9-9-9-8-9-9-----|
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Verse (comes right in after intro ends):
Play like a bass, with slight palm mutes.
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-7...--------------7...-----|
-------9...--5...-----------|

Pre-Chorus
Strum once
-0---0---0----|
-2---0---4----|
-2---6---4----| (x2)
-2---6---4----|
-0---4---2----|
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A C#m7 Badd4

Chorus
Power chords: E B/D# C#m B (x2)

For B/D#, play
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-7---
-9---
-6---
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Instrumental
Some notes aren't right, as there were just too many things to memorize... but there 
general idea is there.

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-1-1-1-s9-9-9-9--9...-8-8-8-8-9-9-8-9-8-9-|
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----12--------------------------------|
-13----(x4)-13-11-11---8-8-8-8-8-9-9--|
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----11-----11-----12----11--------11--|
--------12-----12----12----12---9-----|
-13-----------------------------------|
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-------------------12-12-12-14-14-16-16--------------|
-9-10-10-9-10-9-10----------------------14-14-14-14--|
-9-9--9--9-9--9-9------------------------------------|
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-9-10-10-9-10-9-9-12--|
-9-9--9--9-9--9-9-9---|
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For the ending, play intro twice, but when you'd normally go up to the ninth fret on 
second time, go up an octave:
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-9-9-7-9-9-9----------------------------------|
-------------6-6-(x2)-8-8-8-8-(x3)-8-9-9-9----|
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----------------------------------------(x2)--|
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-16-16-16-16-17-17-17------------------------|
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-16-16-14-16-16-16------------------------------------------|
-------------------14-14-(x3)-16-16-16-16-(x3)-16-17-17-17--|
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