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Atlantic Tabs

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Thrice
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First things first: this is in standard tuning, so adjust accordingly if your singer
cut it.

Sounds good to me - let me know if you have issues.  Feel free, if you're doing this
to play the C and B notes on the B string; it'll sound a little better that way.

|----------------------------|
|----------------------------|
|----5-4-0---2----5-4-0------|
|--2-------4----2-------4-2--| (x2)
|----------------------------|
|----------------------------|

|----------------------------|
|----------------------------|
|----5-4-0---2----5-4-0------|
|----------4------------4-2--| (x2)
|--3------------3------------|
|----------------------------|

Also, if you're playing the song acoustic, here's something to play around with that
be cool if you can make it sound better than I can.  I tried working this out exactly, but
pretty rough and I don't have the time (or the patience) to sweat it all out.  So this 
the quick and dirty version - play around with it, it should match up reasonably well
a small amount of tweaking.

Hit the natural harmonics on the following frets:
|----------------------------|
|------7------------7--------|
|----5------------5----------|
|--------5---9--------5---7--| (x2)
|--7-------9----7-------9----|
|----------------------------|

|----------------------------|
|------7------------7--------|
|----5------------5----------|
|--------5---9--------5---7--| (x2)
|----------9------------9----|
|--7------------7------------|


Incidentally, if you do work the harmonics out then please post it or e-mail me or
 I'd like to hear it.
            
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