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A Plain Morning Chords & Tabs

Dashboard Confessional Chords & Tabs

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A Plain Morning Tab

Dashboard Confessional 
A Plain Morning (revised)
Tabbed by Andrew (kraftkid87@hotmail.com)

Okay, here's the revised version of my previous tab. I've tabbed this out from listening
to the studio version, and there are a couple guitars playing, but this is for just one
guitar. Please note the different tuning.
Well here it goes...tell me what you think of it after you've tried it.

(strumming patterns not really given, sorry that would've taken forever)
Tuning: DbGbDbGbAbDb

Intro, Verse (it's yet to be determined....)
Dbxx---(0)-(0)(5)(0)--------------------5--7--7-
Abxx-5--5---5--5--5--5--12-9/-10--------5--5--7- 
Gbxx-0--0---4--0--4--7---0-0--0---7--11-0--0--0- 
Dbxx-0-(0)--4--0--2--5--12-9/-10--5--9--0--x--0-
Gbxx-0--5---4--5--4--5--12-9/-10--5--9-----7----
Dbxx-5------------2-----------------------------
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/d/dashboard_confessional/a_plain_morning_tab.html ]
Here's a little 2nd guitar riff..this riff starts when guitar 1 plays the (242450) chord 
the first time in the verse...
Db--7--4--5-----9---
Ab-----------5------
Gb------------------
Db------------------
Gb------------------
Db------------------


Chorus (it's colder that it oughta be in march....)

strum the first three chords, then follow the pattern for the little riff starting with the (x9x07x) chord..i'm not really sure if that parts correct so if you can find something better, let me know.

Db-5-(0)-(5)-------------5-5-5-7-
Ab-5--5---5---7-7-7-7-5--5-5-5-0-  
Gb-0--0---0---0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0-x-
Db-0--4--(0)--x-x-x-x-x--5-5-5-7-
Gb-0-(0)--5---9-9-9-9-7----------
Db-5----------------------------

Post chorus (it's warmer where you're waitin', it feels more like july....)
just strum these chords
Db-5-(0)-5--7-
Ab-5--7--5--5-
Gb-0--0--0--0-
Db-0--0-(0)-7-
Gb-0--9--5--7-
Db-5----------
then, play the verse and chorus again, and you're done!
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