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Some Phs Graff Pres Tabs (ver.2)

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Some Phs Graff Pres Tabs (ver.2)

Led Zeppelin
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                Here's tab for three Zeppelin songs you don't hear much about ...
Off Physical Graffiti and Presence.


For Your Life:

Intro to verses: (for intro to third verse, play the G majors as G minors)

--3---3-----------3---3------3---3-----------3---3----
--3---3-----------3---3------3---3-----------3---3----
--4---4---5-3-5---4---4------4---4---5-3-5---4---4----
--5---5---5-3-5---5---5------5---5---5-3-5---5---5----
--5---5---3-3-3---5---5------5---5---3-3-3---5---5----
--3---3-----------3---3------3---3-----------3---3----


--3---3-----------3---3------3---3-----------3---3------------
--3---3-----------3---3------3---3-----------3---3------------
--4---4---5-3-5---4---4------4---4---5-3-5---4---4----5-3-5---
--5---5---5-3-5---5---5------5---5---5-3-5---5---5----5-3-5---
--5---5---3-3-3---5---5------5---5---3-3-3---5---5----3-3-3---
--3---3-----------3---3------3---3-----------3---3------------


Verses: (repeat this bit three times)
--5--7-5-5-5-7-5----5--7-5-5-5-7-5------------------------------------
--5--7-5-5-5-7-5----5--7-5-5-5-7-5------------------------------------
--3--3-3-3-3-3-3----3--3-3-3-3-3-3------------------------------------

--3---3-----------3---3------3---3-----------3---3---------------------
--3---3-----------3---3------3---3-----------3---3---------------------
--4---4---5-3-5---4---4------4---4---5-3-5---4---4----5-3-5---5-3------
--5---5---5-3-5---5---5------5---5---5-3-5---5---5----5-3-5---5-3-5-5--
--5---5---3-3-3---5---5------5---5---3-3-3---5---5----3-3-3---3-3-5-5--
--3---3-----------3---3------3---3-----------3---3----------------3-3--
                                                     <----->  <----->
                                                      first    third
                                                       two      time
                                                      times


Tail end to each verse:
--8---8--8----8--10--10-----------------------------------------------
--8---8--8----8--10--10---7--8----8--10--10---5-----------------------
--6---6--6----6---8---8---7--8----8--10--10---5-----------------------
--------------------------5--6----6---8---8---3-----------------------
                                         <----->
                                          first time only


After second verse: (repeat it a few times)
------------5----7--7--5------------5---------------------------------
---7--5-6-7---7--7--7--5---7--5-6-7---7-------------------------------
---7-------------5--5--5---7------------------------------------------
---5-----------------------5------------------------------------------


sometimes you go on with this:
--------5----------5----------5---------------------------------------
--5-6-7---7--5-6-7---7--5-6-7---7-------------------------------------


jingle-jangle bit: (repeat a few times)
---3------------------------------------------------------------------
---3-----------1------1------1------1---------------------------------
---4---------2------0------0------0-----------------------------------
---5-------3------2------0--------------------------------------------
---5----------------------------3------1-0----------------------------
---3---------------------------------------3-1-3-3-3-3-1-3------------


guitar solo: (chords under)
--3------------------------3------------------------------------------
--3--------------4--4--3---3------------------------------------------
--3---------3----5--5--3---4---------3--------------------------------
--5---3-4-5---5--5--5--3---5---3-4-5---5------------------------------
--5--------------3--3--3---5------------------------------------------
--3------------------------3------------------------------------------
                               <------->
                                this bit gets repeated every so often

...then repeat the above, but up two frets


Then jingle-jangle bit, then back to intro to third verse.











Tea For One ---- 3/4 blues in Cm


8 bars of Cm
8 bars of Fm
8 bars of Cm
4 bars of Gm (first bar is actually 2 beats of Fm and one beat of Gm)
2 bars of Fm
2 bars of Bb
back to Cm

--3----1----3----6--------
--4----1----3----6--------
--5----1----3----7--------
--5----3----5----8--------
--3----3----5----8--------
-------1----3----6--------
  Cm   Fm   Gm   Bb


------------------------------
-------6--(4)-----------------
------------------------------
---5s7---7s5------------------
------------------------------
------------------------------
riff played over Cm every so often
...let notes ring (that F has to go back down to Eb)

------------------------------
------------------------------
------3--(1)------------------
------------------------------
--3s5---5s3-------------------
------------------------------
same riff played over Fm


---6--8--10--10--8h10p8-------
------------------------------
---7--8--10--10--8h10p8-------
------------------------------
------------------------------
------------------------------
   Bb        Cm
riff played at the end of each verse



Every so often a verse is played like this:
---------------------------------------
---------------------------------------
--3--5-----3--5----3--5----------------
--3--5-----3--5----------3--5----------  Play twice
--1--3-----1--3----------------6-------
---------------------------------------


---------------------------------------
---------------------------------------
--8--10----8--10---3--5----------------  Play once, then the above bit
--8--10----8--10---------3--5----------
--6---8----6---8---------------6-------
---------------------------------------


---------------4-------4--------------6-----6--8--10--10--8h10p8--
-------------6---6-------6----------6---6-------------------------
-----------5-------5-------5------7---------7--8--10--10--8h10p8--
--3--5---3-----------3-------3--8---------------------------------
--3--5------------------------------------------------------------
--1--3------------------------------------------------------------
         This is an arpeggio bit            This is the familiar riff ...
         similar to what Pagey
         plays each time through










Wanton Song -- Zeppelin


verse:
--------------------    --------    ----------------------------------
--------------------    --1--2--    ----------------------------------
--------------------    --1--2--    ------------7---6---5---3---------
-------5-5-----5-5--    --1--2--    --------3-------------------------
--------------------    --------    --3-4-5---5---5---4---3---1-------
---3-3-----3-3------    --1--2--    ----------------------------------
play this four times    then this
then this 4X again                    then this



bridge: (this bit's tough to get sounding good on one guitar
         coz Page double-tracks so much)
--1--1--4---3--3--4---4--4-6-8---5--5-6-8-----------------------------
--1--1------1---------3----------3------------------------------------
--3--3------3---------5----------5------------------------------------
------------2---------3----------4------------------------------------
--1-------------------------------------------------------------------
  Fm        Bb7-9     Cm7        C7-9


---5-(6)(5)-----------------------------------------------------------
---5-------(7)--5------------------3------3-------5-------------------
---7------------5-(7)(5)-----------3----------------------------------
---5------------7-------(7)(5)(7)--5--4-5---5-6-7----6-7--------------
----------------5------------------3----------------------------------
   Dm7sus2      Am7                Gm7
   repeat this a few times
   (I've put some notes in brackets that are "representative" ... a
	different thing gets played each time)


that reverse fade roaring guitar ....
------------
------------
--3---------
--3---------
--1---------
------------
  Gm7


Guitar solo over Bb-C-F-Gm, then that reverse fade bit, then last verse.
            
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