History Book tab with lyrics by Dry The River - Easy chords and tabs for guitar

Dry The River – History Book tab

Hello there, this is my first tab. I liked this song but there was no tab so I decided 
to figure it out, and then share my joy :)
It's not comprehensive but gives a pretty good idea of how to play the song, hope you 
enjoy :)

Standard Tuning
Capo 3




Intro/Verse:e|--------------------------------------------------|B|-----5---------5------------8------8--------------|G|------------------------------9--------9----------|D|-----5---5-5-------5-5------9---9----------9------|A|-----3---------3---------7---------7--------------|E|--------------------------------------------------|
e|--------------------------------------------------|B|--------------------------------------------------|G|-----4------4h5-4---------------------------------|D|--------------------------------------------------|A|-----5------5-------------------------------------|E|-----3---3----------------------------------------|
e|--------------------------------------------------|B|-----5---------5-----------5/7----5----3----------|G|--------------------------------------------4-----|D|-----5---5-5-------5-5-----5/7----5----5----------|A|-----3---------3-----------3/5----3----5----5-----|E|--------------------------------------------3-----|
e|--------------------------------------------------|B|--------------------------------------------------|G|----------4-----------7----------7----------7-----|D|--------------------------------------------------|A|---5------5----5------5---5------5---5------5-----|E|------3---3-------3---5------5---5------5---5-----|
Rest of the song: Em As heavy as a history book can be, G C G G/F#?? (low e |-3--2---0--| ) I will carry it with me, oh Lord. Em And maybe when the bitterness has gone, G C G G/F# There'll be sweetness on our tongues once more. F C G We'll soon forget our parents' names, F C G Like dogs will drive the wolves away. F C And weep with fingertips opposed, G F G F Like a church where nobody congregates. Am C G F But sweetness sings in the pasture, Am C G F We throw ourselves on the mercy of the earth. Am C G F If sand and salt have the answer, Am C G F Am Then the act itself will be louder than the word. Etc. Am C G F goes on to the end of the song. Jack
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