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Good Old War - Im Not For You tab

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			     I'm Not For You - Good Old War
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Tabbed by: Ghost666-13
Email: ghost666-13@hotmail.com


Ok, this is my first tab so be gentle. I know the other tab for this song is 
pretty good but it's missing some key elements to the song, this may not be 
exactly how they play it on the album but this version gives the guitar a more 
full sound when playing, so here goes...


Tuning: Standard (Capo 5th Fret)
4/4 Standard Time

Verse: "In dreams our love..."

e|---0h2----2----2-2----2-----2-------2----2-2---2-2-------------------------|
B|---3------3----3-3----3-----3-------3----3-3---3-3----3/5--5\3-------------|
G|---2------2----2-2----2p0---0-------0----0-0---0-0----0/0--0\0-------------|
D|---0------0----0-0-------2--2h0-----0----0-0---0-0-------------------------|
A|-------------------------------2----2----2-2---2-2----2/4--4\2-------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Pre-verse: "And there's nothing you can hide..." 

e|---0--0----0-0-0-0--0------------------------------------------------------|
B|---0--0----0-0-2-2--2------------------------------------------------------|
G|---0--0----0-0-0-0--0------------------------------------------------------|
D|---2--2----2-2-2-2--2------------------------------------------------------|
A|---2--2----2-2-0-0--0------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

This is basically what it is, the strumming pattern is kinda hard to explain 
but you'll understand it when you play.

Chorus: Exactly the same as the verse but on the album they speed 
the chord playing up and it ends on the first chord that you slid up 
to... not sure how to explain that but you'll find out.

**!!!NOTE!!!**
During the verse the chord progression changes a little...after the 
first line spoken the D chord is played for two measures instead 
of one, so as to prolong the bass notes for the vocals...so before 
you change the D chord you will play the chord for 1 measure the 
first time then for two measures the next time through...just 
listen to the vocals and you'll get what I mean.

Alright well I hope I didn't forget to add or explain anything...again 
this isn't exactly how they play it on the album but it's as close as 
I can get by ear only. Feel free to message me about anything you're 
having trouble with and I'll try my best to help you or fix anything on here.

| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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