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Mexico Tabs (ver.1)

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Mexico Tabs (ver.1)

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I figured this out based on the fact that the first time I heard the song it reminded me of The Divided Sky, and worked from there.  What I have only took about 15 min. to figure out, so imagine what someone who knows what they're doing can do with this song.


Intro:
Gtr. 1

    A             D            Em          D
e----------------------------------------------------
B-------5----x--------7----x--------8---x-------7----
G---------6--x----------7--x----------9-x--------7---
D--7-7-------x-7-7-7-------x-9-9-9------x-7-7-7------
A----------------------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------


Transition:

duh duh duh

can't figure out first three, then goes

   C  D  A
e--3--5--0---
B--5--7--5---
G--5--7--6---
D--5--7--7---
A--3--5--0---
E--3--5------


Verse:

A-->D
It kind of follows the pattern of Sugar Magnolia


I use the open versions of these chords

A                  D       A                 D
   Day before my birthday me and my cousin Dave

               A                 D
   drove his truck down to the border

              A                       D
   and we hitchhiked the rest of the way

                   A      D
   down through Mexico.


Transition


Chorus:

This is almost exactly the same chorus as Sample In A Jar

   A  D  Em
e--5--5--7---
B--5--7--8---
G--6--7--9---
D--7--7--9---
A--5--5--7---
E--5--5--7---


              A                     D
Well I'm a million miles away from home

    Em              D
and I can't find a telephone.

     A                     D
My folks don't even know where I am,

     Em                 D
hell I don't even know where I am


The song goes on following the same basic pattern.
That's about all I can get right now.  That should help get some people started.  Guitar 2 and the nitty gritty are still in need of being figured out.  Send corrections to me or to the web site.
            
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