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John Butler Trio, What Can I Be? Tabs (ver.1)

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What Can I Be? Tabs (ver.1)

John Butler Trio Tabs
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                now guys i dont no whetaher this is the album version , but i got this song 
on a mp3 , and its just john no other instruments
its sorta a sad song
althrough john plays it with normal tuneing i tabbed it with the guitar 
tuned to (c) becuase i was bother to tune my guitar back to normal ,so i 
just tabbed it in (c)

this of coarse is on a 12string
dont try to get this notes exact just hear the low 3rd fret and the high 6th 
a play it as u see fit
e-------------------------------------------------)
c---6-6-6-----------------------------------------)
g---6-6-6-----------------------------------------)
c---6---------------------------------------------)
g-3--3--3-----------------------------------------)
c-3-----------------------------------------------)

in other words u just play around with this cord structure
e---------6-----------------------------------)
c---------6-----------------------------------)
g---------6-----------------------------------)
c---------6-----------------------------------)
g-3--and--------------------------------------)
c-3-------------------------------------------)

just play around with this , singaling out notes on the 6th fret, he just 
does that for most of the sad bit of the song
(now dont let them bring u downnnn)
e----------------------------------------------)
c-6-------------------6------------------------)
g-6-------------------6------------------------)
c-6--a few times------6------------------------)
g-3---------------6-6-6------------------------)
c-3---------------6-6-6------------------------)

those are the cords to use , but use the song to get the feel of it
            
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