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Something About You Tabs (ver.1)

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Something About You Tabs (ver.1)

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                Kevin Welch, Something About You

An attempt to improve my chords version of this song.
Not at all perfect, but enough to play something very similar to
the recording.

Fret numbers are referred to a gtr capoed at the 5th fret.
Chord names are the true ones (actually you play the C with a G
fingering and so on). I know it's stupid but this the way it came out.

This the little solo at the beginning (NOT the slide gtr. part)

          C  C4    C     F                            C
---------------------------------3---2p0-----3---2h0--------------
---0-1-3-------1-------------1-----1-----------1------3---1p0-----
-0-----------------2h4-----0---0----------------------------------
-------------2----------------------------------------------------

 G             G7
-3-----7----------5---5\--0---------------------------------------
---------7-----/5---5---------------------------------------------
----/7------------------------------------------------------------

During the verses I fingerpick something like:

  C                  F                   G
-------------------|-------------------|------------------|-------
-----3--------3----|-----1--------1----|-----3-------3----|-------
-------0--------0--|-------0--------0--|-------2-------2--|-------
----------0--------|-------------------|-0----------------|-------
-------------------|-3-----------------|---------0--------|-------
--3----------------|---------3---------|------------------|-------

You should try and blend together the two parts (arpeggio & solo);
that's not impossible (I do it), but it's difficult and boring to
tab out.

That's all, folks.
I hope it helps.
            
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