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Breaking Away Tabs

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                Tuning:standard

This is the closest approximation I could muster, and it doesn't sound too good when you 
it alongside the actual song, but when you play it by itself with some distortion and a 
sustain it sounds more than passable.

The individual notes are the basic melody, but you can add the (x/) and slides wherever 
feels right to get the smooth sweepy sound of the original song. [11] and [16] means 
either one (D16 if you want to slide, G11 if you don't).

I've included a simple bare melody at the end just so people don't get confused by the 
brackets or my terrible tab skills.


e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-------[11-or-14]-------------9--------------[11]--------------------------|
D|---------------(9/)11-9--------(7/)9-7--4/11-[16]-11-----------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Simplified (bare melody):
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-------11------9---------11------------------------------------------------|
D|---------11-9---9-7--4/11--11----------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
            
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