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Mae guitar tabs for Falling into you

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This is my first tab. I'm not sure if this is how the artist plays it but to me, it sounds very
similar. This song is easiest to play with your fingers rather than a pick and is great practice
for finger-picking. I used to be awful at it and this song saved me. Any questions can be
tweeted to me at twitter.com/vhe1ssu or e-mailed thwayg@gmail.com. Picking will be in exact
correspondence to the tab, except for maybe the end of the intro.
Tuning: Standard - (Half step down or even a full step down sounds nice as well.)
Capo: Not needed but still sounds good on the first/second fret. Find what YOU like.
Symbols(basic): / = slide | h = hammer on | p = pull off | ~ = let that note ring


-Intro-
It sounds like the tempo slows down gradually as you move down the fret board.

e|-----------------------------------------------------------------------0~-------------| Repeat
A chord diagramBB|-12-------12---10-------10---8-------8---7------7---3---------3------------3~---------|  This
A chord diagramG+G|-----0-------------0------------0-----------0----------0---------0------------0~------|  Once
A chord diagramD MajorD|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A chord diagramA augmentedA|-10----10------9-----9-------7----7------5----5-----3-----3~--------3~----------------|
A chord diagramE MajorE|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

The end of your second time doing the intro is different>
(Continuing from Intro) This is how I play the end of the intro but you can fool around with it
if you don't like this sound in particular!

e|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A chord diagramBB|-------7---3--------3-----1~-----/3~--|--/5------------------------------------------------|
A chord diagramG+G|---0----------0--------0-------------------------------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------(slide but don't strum here)-----------------------|
A chord diagramA augmentedA|-----5-----3-----3--------3~-----/5~--|--/7------------------------------------------------|
A chord diagramE MajorE|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Now for the fun part. This entire part is done twice, but not exactly. This first tab may be
played a different amount of times in the second half of the song. I highly encourage listening
to the song to know how many times you play it. You'll understand exactly what I mean when you
listen.

The song is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch v=_ryvemelOBw

((1))

e|---------------------------------0h2--------2h3--------3p2-----------------------------------|
A chord diagramBB|-----------------------0h3----3-------3----------3----------3---------3---3p0----------------|
A chord diagramG+G|---0h2----2--2h4----4--------------------0----------0----------0----------------2p0----------|
A chord diagramD MajorD|------------------------------------------------------------------0--------------------------|
A chord diagramA augmentedA|--------------------------------------------3------------------------------------------------|
A chord diagramE MajorE|---3----3----3----3----3----3----3-----------------------------------------------------------|

This is done twice but again, just listen to the song because the second half is a little
different and listening to that is easier for the both of us to know how many times the
guitarist does these parts.

((2))

Note: Where you see 2~p0 let that note ring for a second and pull off just so you can hear that
little transition. That open note after the pull off only last for maybe a quarter of a second.
It's a very quick touch to
the sound.

e|----------------------------------5---5p3-----2h3p2-----------------------|
A chord diagramBB|----------------------------3--------------3---------3-----3--3p0---------|
A chord diagramG+G|--------0-------2~p0---2/4-----4------------------------2----------2p0----|
A chord diagramD MajorD|---0h2-----2/4------------------------------------------0-----------------|
A chord diagramA augmentedA|--------------------------------------3-----------------------------------|
A chord diagramE MajorE|---0----------------------------------------------------------------------|

After that go back to tab ((1))

((3))

e|------------------------------------------------------------0-------------|
A chord diagramBB|------------0---------3-----------0~----0-----0h3--------3~---------------|
A chord diagramG+G|---------0---------------4--------0~-------0------------------2~---2---0--|
A chord diagramD MajorD|------2------------0-----------0----------------------2-------0~---0------|
A chord diagramA augmentedA|----------------------------------------------3----3----------------------|
A chord diagramE MajorE|---0------------2-----------3---------------------------------------------|

The next part is basically the same thing, after ((4)) you will repeat ((3)).
((4))

e|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A chord diagramBB|------------0---------3------------0~---0-----0h3--------3~-----------------3------------|
A chord diagramG+G|----------0--------------4---------0~------0-----------------0--------0--------0---------|
A chord diagramD MajorD|-------2-----------0------------0---------------------2------------4-----4--------4------|
A chord diagramA augmentedA|----------------------------------------------3----3------------5--------------------5---|
A chord diagramE MajorE|---0------------2------------3-----------------------------------------------------------|

((5))

Note: For the tabs that have a '*' next to them, listen to the song and notice that the guitarist
 keeps strumming back and forth between those notes. Listen to the song and do that for every
part with that type of chord.

e|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A chord diagramBB|------1----------3----------5------5*---------7----------8-------8*-----|
A chord diagramG+G|---------0----------0--------------0*------------0---------------0*-----|
A chord diagramD MajorD|-0h2--------2/4--------4/5---------5*----5/7--------7/9----------9*-----|
A chord diagramA augmentedA|--------------------------------3*---------------------------7*---------|
A chord diagramE MajorE|------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e|----------------------------------------------------------|
A chord diagramBB|-----------8*----------10---------12--------12*-----------|
A chord diagramG+G|-----------0*-------------------------------0 *-----------|
A chord diagramD MajorD|-----------9*----9/10------10/12------------12*-----------|
A chord diagramA augmentedA|-------7*------------------------------10*----------------|
A chord diagramE MajorE|----------------------------------------------------------|
((6))
The guitarist jumps to this part pretty quickly after the end of tab ((5)) but it's easy to
transition to the right fret because the first notes are open. Take advantage of that.

e|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A chord diagramBB|---0h1p0--1p0------0~-----0~-------3----------1--------0~-----0~---------|
A chord diagramG+G|-------------------0~-----0~----------0----------0-----0~-----0~---------|
A chord diagramD MajorD|---0h2p0--2p0-----------------2/4--------4/2-----------------------------|
A chord diagramA augmentedA|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A chord diagramE MajorE|----------------3------3----------------------------3------3-------------|

You essentially know the entire song once you've finished tab ((6)), I'm gonna throw in those
little tabs that are a bit different next, but above is the first half of the song.

((7))
So one of the differences in the second half is on tab ((2)) and I think this part only occurs
one time at the very first part but again, just listen to the song.
                                                              (difference)
e|----------------------------------5---5p3-----2h3p2-------|----------------|
A chord diagramBB|----------------------------3--------------3---------3----|-3--3h5---------|
A chord diagramG+G|--------0-------2~p0---2/4-----4------------------------2-|---------2p0----|
A chord diagramD MajorD|---0h2-----2/4------------------------------------------0-|----------------|
A chord diagramA augmentedA|--------------------------------------3-------------------|----------------|
A chord diagramE MajorE|---0------------------------------------------------------|----------------|

((8))
The last minor change in the second half is at the very end of the song, when you repeat tab
((6)). You will continue the end of tab ((6)) a few more times and do this.

e|-----------------------------------------------------|
A chord diagramBB|-------0~-----0~-----------3----------1~------0~-----|
A chord diagramG+G|-------0~-----0~--------------0---------------0~-----|
A chord diagramD MajorD|--------------------0h2/4--------4/2----------0~-----|
A chord diagramA augmentedA|----------------------------------------------x------|
A chord diagramE MajorE|----3------3----------------------------------3~-----|


And there you have it! This song is what made me the finger-picking guitarist I am today so if
you're having struggles keep trying! Again questions can be asked from the information I gave
you at the top. It would also make my day if this tab made yours so let me know! Have fun! :D

-Fez

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