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How Come Tabs (ver.1)

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How Come Tabs (ver.1)

Ray Lamontagne
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Unless I missed something, I think it's A D the whole way through while adding the
suspended note (3rd fret 1st string) on the D here and there (and even on the A towards
the end of the song).

Here's the main riff:

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

Listen to the recording for the strumming rhythm.

Here's the A and D Chords. Notes in ( ) are optional that I throw in from time to time
using my pinky finger just to mix it up a bit. I know Ray hits the notes on the third
fret, I'm not sure about the notes on the fourth, but he's definitely doing something
extra on the D chord sometimes (try hammering on the 2nd fret note on the third string).

-----A----D----

e|--(3)---2(3)---------------------------------------------------|
B|---2----3------------------------------------------------------|
G|---2----2(4)---------------------------------------------------|
D|---2----0(4)---------------------------------------------------|
A|---0-----------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------|
            
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