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Joel Plaskett, Soundtrack For The Night Tabs (ver.1)

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Soundtrack For The Night Tabs (ver.1)

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"Soundtrack for the night"

Tuning: Open G tuning
Capo: 5th fret

-Start by tuning your sixth string down a tone to D. Check the tuning with the fourth

-Then tune your fifth string down a tone to G. Check the tuning with the third (G) string.

-Lastly, tune your first string down a tone to D. Check the tuning with the fourth (D) string.

-Put capo on 5th fret.

Don't ask me how I figured out this song was in open G tuning, but it just kind of came
me. I figured out how to play the intro in standard tuning, but it just didn't sound
and once you get to the pre-chorus and chorus it needs to be in open G with a capo on 
fret. I watched some videos of this song being played live to make sure I was on the

This tab is always up for interpretation, I believe most of it is correct, but if you


"Yeah I loved our band...." (Chords, listen to song for rhythm)



"And through the summer...."

*This part is played picking each chord up and down, or you can strum it, I think there
a mandolin that plays it too.



"Anybody, anybody else would be gone long gone"

*Again this part is played with a manolin picking. This is just the guitar part but if
playing it by yourself you can easily here the mandolin part and figure it out.

--0-0-0---0-0-0-0-2--2-0---0-0--*mandolin does this at the end ---2-/-4-2-0---|

Outro is same as the Intro -end on G (open on all strings)

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