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U2, A Sort Of Homecoming Tabs (ver.2)

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A Sort Of Homecoming Tabs (ver.2)

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                (Live)
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                        A Sort Of Homecoming – U2 
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Tuning: EbAbDbGbBbeb

This is the “Wide Awake In America” “Live version”… Soundcheck actually !!

Intro/Verse
e|-----0-----0---------0-----0---------0-----0---------0-----0--------------|
B|---3-----3-----3---3-----3-----3---3-----3-----3---3-----3-----3----------|
G|-4-----4-----4---2-----2-----2---0-----0-----0---2-----2-----2------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

“Ooooh…”
e|------------------------7-------------------------------------------------|
B|-----8-----8-----10-------10-----10---------------------------------------|
G|---7-----7-----7----7--------7--------------------------------------------|
D|-9-----9-----9--------9--------9------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

“Run”
e|-----10---10-10-----10---10-10--------------------------------------------|
B|---7----7---------8----8--------------------------------------------------|
G|-7--------------7---------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Chords (is it a verse, a bridge, a chorus ? Don’t know !!)
e|-0-0-3-2------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-3-3-3-3------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-0-2-0-2------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-2-0-0-0------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-2------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

“’ll be there”
e|-0------------------------------------------------0-----------------------|
B|-1------------------------------------------------0-----------------------|
G|-0—--this chord is played a second time like this 0-----------------------|
D|-2----------(after “tooooooonight”)---------------2-----------------------|
A|-3------------------------------------------------3-----------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

End “don’t sorrow…” Not sure about that part !!!
e|-0-0-0-0-----0-0-0-0-------0-0-0-0-----0-0-0---0---3-2--------------------|
B|-3-3-3-3-----3-3-3-3-------3-3-3-3-----3-3-3-----3---3--------------------|
G|-4-2-0-2-0-2-4-2-0-2---0-2-4-2-0-2-0-2-4-2-0---------2--------------------|
D|---------------------4-----------------------4-------0--------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Hoping this will help

Sorry for my bad English…

The best page to get Edge’s sound :

| b  bend
| h  hold bend
| r  release bend
| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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