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Eagles - Pretty Maids All In A Row Slide Tabs

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Pretty Maids All In A Row Slide Tabs

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                Ok. For starters,whip out a slide on stick it on your middle finger.
Then just slide it from fret to fret in this order. Note: This is off
the live album "Hell Freezes Over" not the "Hotel California" album.

Beginning:
e----------------------------------------       Key:
b----------------------------------------           >=slide to Fret_
g-12-12>9--8>8>6>7>9>6>12>12>9>8>7>6--7>9
d----------------------------------------
a----------------------------------------
e----------------------------------------

Verse 1: 
Hi there, how are ya,
It's been a long time,
Seems like we come a long way,
And my but we learn, so slow,
And heroes they come and they go,
And leave us behind, as if we're s'posed to know,

Whyyyyyyyy, Oh tell me why,

Why do we give up, our hearts to the past, Ya,
And why must we grow up so fast.

Ooo ooo
ooo oo

Second slide solo:
e-------------------------------
b-7-9>8>9>8>6>7-----------------
g------------------10-10>12>10>7
d-------------------------------
a-------------------------------
e-------------------------------

Verse 2:
And all you wishing well fools with your fortunes,
Someone, should send you a rose,
With love from a friend, it's nice to hear from you again,
And the stories put guns to a close,
All on the ribbons and bows,
Things to remember, places to go,
Pretty maids all in a row, All in a row,

Third slide solo:
e----
b----
g-9>7
d----
a----
e----

All in a row.

Fourth slide solo: Don't know.
            
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