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Underdog Tabs (ver.1)

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Underdog Tabs (ver.1)

Turin Brakes
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                Turin Brakes
Underdog (Save Me)


Here are my corrections to previous tab(s) for this song. The others are basically 
but need a few tweaks.

Chords
Verse:
Bm-A-G-G

Chorus:
A-D-G-Ex3

A-A-G- D- E
    Oh,oh,oh..

A couple of alternative voicings for the above chords to spice it up a bit

Bm 7x077x (thanks to Guitar_George for this one - sounds great!!)

D  x54030 (basically an open C shifted up two frets - nice and jangly!)


This is the lead part over the verses:

e-----------------------------------5-----5-----5---------|
b-------5-------------5-----------------------------------|
g-6h7-6---7-6h7-6h7-6---7-6h7-6h7-6---7-6---7-6---7-6-6h7-|
d---------------------------------------------------------|
a---------------------------------------------------------|
e---------------------------------------------------------|

And over the chorus...

e----------17-------------------17----------|
b-14h15-14----15-14h15-14h15-14----15-14h15-|
g-------------------------------------------|
d-------------------------------------------|
a-------------------------------------------|
e-------------------------------------------|

e----------17-------------------19----------|
b-------------------------------------------|
g-16h18-16----18-16h18-16h18-16----18-16h18-|
d-------------------------------------------|
a-------------------------------------------|
e-------------------------------------------|   x3


e----------17-------------------17----------|
b-14h15-14----15-14h15-14h15-14----15-14h15-|
g-------------------------------------------|
d-------------------------------------------|
a-------------------------------------------|
e-------------------------------------------|
-
e-15p14-----14p12-----12-----12-----12-----12-----12----|
b-------15--------14-----12-----12-----12-----12-----12-|
g-------------------------------------------------------|
d-------------------------------------------------------|
a-------------------------------------------------------|
e-------------------------------------------------------|


My interpretation of the solo (comments greatly appreciated):

e-/7-7------7---7-10-7---7---10---12-12-12-10-------|
b-/7---10-7-----------------------------------5\3---|
g-------------------------------------------------4-|
d---------------------------------------------------|
a---------------------------------------------------|
e---------------------------------------------------|
                                             *big jump down the fretboard!


e-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
b-3---5-3---------------------------------------------------------------|
g--4------4-2---------------------------4h5p4---4h5p4---4h5p4---4h5p4---|
d-------------4-3-2-0----0--2---------7-------7-------7-------7-------7-|
a---------------------2----------7\-------------------------------------|
e-----------------------------7\----------------------------------------|
                              **slide up to these
                              2 'bass' notes and
                              then a longer slide down
                              to no particular note

e--------------------------------10-----------------10----12/14-12\10----|
b-7h8p7---7h8p7---7h8p7---7-8-10----7-8-10/12-10-12----12-------------12-|
g-------9-------9-------9------------------------------------------------|
d------------------------------------------------------------------------|
a------------------------------------------------------------------------|
e------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e-12/14-12\10----12/14-12-10----12/14-12\10----12/14-12-10----12/14-12\10-|
b-------------12-------------12-------------12-------------12-------------|
g-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
d-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
a-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
e-------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e-------------------------|
b-12-12\10----------------|
g----------9h11p9\7---7---|
d-------------------9---9-|
a-------------------------|
e-------------------------|

After this he uses the A major (blues) scale to improvise to the end.
            
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