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The Dreams Tabs (ver.1)

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The Dreams Tabs (ver.1)

Weatherbox
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                Weatherbox
"The Dreams"
American Art

Tuning: Open D (D A D F# A D)

Weatherbox is an incredible band/project fronted by Brian Warren
of San Diego, California. It is my hope to tab as many songs off
their debut LP American Art as possible. This tab combines all
of the guitar parts that are played throughout the song so that
it can be easily played by one guitar. Props to Luke from the
Weatherboxes Forum for figuring out the intro and getting me
started on the rest of the song.



Intro: (x2)
D ---0----------0---------0---------0-----------------|
A ---0----------0---------0---------0-----------------|
F#---3--(x8)----7--(x8)---2--(x8)---3--(x8)-----------|
D ---0----------0---------0---------0-----------------|
A ---0----------0---------0---------0-----------------|
D ---4----------7---------2---------0-----------------|

Verse: (x4)
"Last summer..."
D ---0----------0---------0---------0-----------------|
A ---0----------0---------0---------0-----------------|
F#---3--(x8)----7--(x8)---2--(x8)---3--(x8)-----------|
D ---0----------0---------0---------0-----------------|
A ---0----------0---------0---------0-----------------|
D ---4----------7---------2---------0-----------------|

Pre-Chorus 1: (x2)
"And I can't abide..."
D ----------------------------------------------------|
A ----------------------------------------------------|
F#----------------------------------------------------|
D ---11--7--9--9---7--7--7-----9--7--9--9---7--7--7---|
A ---9---5--7--7---5--5--5-----7--5--7--7---5--5--5---|
D ----------------------------------------------------|

Pre-Chorus 2: (x2)
"There's a wolf on my lawn..."
D ------------------------------------------------------|
A ------------------------------------------------------|
F#----------------3--3--3-------------3--3--3--3--3--3--|
D ---4--0--2--4---0--0--0------2--4---0--0--0--0--0--0--|
A ---4--0--2--4---0--0--0------2--4---0--0--0--0--0--0--|
D ---4--0--2--4---0--0--0------2--4---0--0--0--0--0--0--|


Chorus: (x4)
"I ran the bases 'round..."
D --------------0--0--0----0--0--0--0--0--0-----------|
A --------------0--0--0----0--0--0--0--0--0-----------|
F#---3--3--3----0--0--0----0--0--0--0--0--0-----------|
D ---0--0--0----2--2--2----4--4--4--4--4--4-----------|
A ---0--0--0----2--2--2----4--4--4--4--4--4-----------|
D ---0--0--0----2--2--2----4--4--4--4--4--4-----------|

Chorus (cont.):
"But I fell..."
D ---0--0--0----0--0--0-------------------------------|
A ---0--0--0----0--0--0-------------------------------|
F#---0--0--0----0--0--0----3--3--3--3--3--3-----------|
D ---2--2--2----4--4--4----0--0--0--0--0--0-----------|
A ---2--2--2----4--4--4----0--0--0--0--0--0-----------|
D ---2--2--2----4--4--4----0--0--0--0--0--0-----------|

Continue Chorus riff until 2:10

Verse 2: Same as Verse 1
"And I watched her across the table..."

Pre-Chorus 2: Same as Pre-Chorus 1
"And I can't abide..."
"There's a hawk on my fence..."

Chorus 2: Same as Chorus 1
"The days are winding down..."
"I will keep on writing songs..."

Outro:
"OH!"
D ---------------------------------------------------|
A ---------------------------------------------------|
F#----------------3--3--3-------------------3--3--3--|
D ---4--0--2--4---0--0--0------2--4--2--4---0--0--0--|
A ---4--0--2--4---0--0--0------2--4--2--4---0--0--0--|
D ---4--0--2--4---0--0--0------2--4--2--4---0--0--0--|

Outro: (cont.)
D -------------------------------------------------|
A -------------------------------------------------|
F#----------------3--3--3-------------3----3----3--|
D ---4--0--2--4---0--0--0------2--4---0----0----0--|
A ---4--0--2--4---0--0--0------2--4---0----0----0--|
D ---4--0--2--4---0--0--0------2--4---0----0----0--|

That's it! I recently updated the pre-chorus and outro riffs because
they featured more chord changes than I originally thought they did. Hopefully it's not 
too confusing for you guys. Please rate, correct,
and comment!
            
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