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Blind Melon - Soul One Tabs

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Soul One Tabs

(ver. 2) Click to play this song!
Blind Melon
Main rhythm (acoustic):
	
	E-0-0---0-0---0----0----0-00-0-0-00--|
	B-2--2--2--2---2-2-2sl3-2-22-0-0-00--|
	G-2---2-3---3---3--3sl4-2-22-1-1-11--|
	D-0-----0-------0--0----0-00-2-2-22--|
	A-0-----0----------0----0-00-2-2-22--|
	E-0-----0--------------------0-0-00--|

Other acoustic part in intro:

	E-------------------10--------------------------------------------
        B-12-10-12-10--12-13---13-12-10--------12-10-12-10-11-11b12-9--12-
        G------------------------------12-11-9----------------------------

Play the main rhythm during the verse and chorus:
	
	How come,
	girl was there when I needed one
	How come,
	girl wasn't there when the song is done
	Some say,
	Open your eyes to a brighter light
	O.K.,
	Opened my arms, and they were right

	Chorus:
		She was my soul one
		She felt like she was the only one
		She was the sun and the sky blue eyes
                She was my soul one

	Inside, pain in my heart often made her cry
	Outside, I cursed the birds in the sugar sky
	How long, take to realize that she's the one
	How long, till I find my lost and lonely soul one

	Chorus

Bridge (where's that confounded bridge?): for the guitar rhythm, you just
                                          play a C chord to a G to a D
                                          chord
   C G   D                            C  G
	should have never taken the time 
	          D                           C   G
	cause I found myself living a lonely lie
      D	                               C  G
	said you left to find yourself
	D(or Em?)
	but I never got the chance to say goodbye

	(on "goodbye", you start playing the main rhythm again)

	Back to main rhythm (oh yes, oh my)

	She was my soul one
        I thought she was the only one
            
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