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By The Time The Suns Come Down Tabs (ver.1)

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By The Time The Suns Come Down Tabs (ver.1)

Langhorne Slim
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In this song all the notes are 8th notes but the double dots 
(..) represent a double dotted 8th note, it gets held out a little longer.
R just means to have a quick rest

Intro:                           
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------0..----------0-------------------|
|---------2..----2--0----------2..-----2..-----------2..------2--0-----------|
|------3------3--------3--R--3-------3------------3-----------------3..------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Then

Part 1:
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------0..------------------------------|
|----2..-----2..-----------2------2--0-------------|
|-3-------3------------3-------3--------3..--------|
|--------------------------------------------------|

Then

Part 2: 
|--------------------------------------1--------------|
|-----------1-----------1-----------1-----------------|
|--------0-----------0-----------2-----------------0--|
|-----3-----------3-----------3-----------------0-----|
|--2-----------2-----------------------------2--------|
|-----------------------------------------3-----------|

Then play Part 1 and Part 2  (3x)

Then play Part 1 (1x)

Then

Part 3:
|-------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------1-------------------------------------------------|
|--------0---------------0-------------------------0..--------|
|-----3---------------0--------------0h2..-----2..------------|
|--2---------------2-------------3----------3-----------------|
|---------------3---------------------------------------------|

|-----------1-----------------------------------------|
|--------1--------------------------------------------|
|-----2-------------------0---------------------------|
|--3-------------------0----------0h2..----2..--0-----|
|-------------------2----------3--------3----------3--|
|----------------3------------------------------------|

Then play Part 2 and Part 1 (6x)

Then play Part 3 (1x)

Then play Part 2 and Part 1 (2x)

Then there is a little bit of strumming that goes:

Part 4:
Am-G-Am-G-C (listen to the song to get it down)

Then

Part 5:
|-----------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------|
|-----------------0..---------------------------|
|----2..-----2..-----------2--------------------|
|-3-------3------------3-------3-----3--2-------|
|-----------------------------------------------|

Then play Part 4

Then  Part 1 (2x) (little different)

Then
|------------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------0..--------------------------------|   (3x)
|----0h2..-----2..-----------0h2------2--0-------------|
|-3---------3------------3---------3--------3..--------|
|------------------------------------------------------|

Then Part 3 (1x)
Then Part 2 (1x)
Then Part 1 (1x)
Then Part 2 (1x)

Then some odd strumming of the C Chord

The End.  Theres a couple mistakes somewhere in this, but they are very minor.
            
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