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Patrick Watson, The Great Escape Tabs (ver.1)

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The Great Escape Tabs (ver.1)

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                I'm pretty sure it's all correct.

Capo on the 6th fret ( so the chords actually are F#/B, F#, F/A# )

The left-hand part:

    F                   C        Em

e|----------------------------------------|
B|------------0-1-------------------------|
G|----------2-------------0--------0------|
D|--3-----------------------------------2-|
A|----3-----------------3------3-2--------|
E|----------------------------------------|

The right-hand part:

  F

e|-5---5---5---5---5---|repeat
B|---6---6---6---6---6-|twice

  C                     Em (second time)
                     
e|-3---3---3---3---3---|repeat
B|---5---5---5---5---5-|twice

//The intro and verse are that on repeat. The "Doo doo doo doo doo" part is like this:

e|--5---5---5---5---5--5---5---5---5---5----|--5---5---5---5---5--5---5---5---5---5----|
B|---6---6---6---6---6---6---6---6---6---6--|---6---6---6---6---6---6---6---6---6---6--|
G|------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------|
D|--3---------------------------------------|------------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------------|--3---------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------|

and only then the rest of the verse.

This is all an octave higher than the real song so it could fit in a guitar tab ;P
Hope this helps anyone.
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