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So Real Tabs (ver.2)

Buckley Jeff
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                this is my best guess at how jeff plays "so real", in case anyone cares:) i
figured this out by watching jeff's hands in videos and trying to play it.
it all sounds pretty close. i'm not sure about the second chorus chord
though.

standard tuning

                                /   /////
e---------------------------------
b------13-13----------------------
G-0~14-14-14-------------------12-
D-0----------15-15-14-12----0--0--
A------------0-----------15-12-13-
E---------------------------------



e---------------------------------
b---------------------------------
G-12-12-12-14-14-14---------------
D-0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0-------
A-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12------
E-------------------13-13-13------



e---------------------------------
b---------------------------------
G---------------------------------
D---------------------------------
A---------------------------------
E-12-13-10--12-13-10--------------


but i think the VERSEs are (partly based on Paul Leddy's version):

   F#7 F#7sus4  B   F#  G  Csus2  Bm/G
e--xx---xx------xx--xx--3---8-----7---
b--11---12------12--7---3---8-----7---
G--9----9-------11--6---0---0-----0---  then repeats.
D--11---11------9---4---0---0-----0---
A--xx---xx------xx--xx--xx--xx----xx--
E--xx---xx------11--6---3---8-----7---

this is my CHORUS (partly based on Paul Leddy's version):
   A   A7sus4
e--xx--5--
b--8---5--
G--7---0--
D--5---0--
A--xx--xx-
E--7---5--

the WIERD DISTORTED INTERLUDE is something around an A diad, like:

e----
b----
G----
D--7- (bend the hell out of this)
A--0-
E----

while the other guitar plays this over and over again:

e--xx--
b--8---
G--7---
D--5---
A--xx--
E--7---

finally, the CHORUSII is something like this:
   Em Dmaj7  Dsus4/C#  D6 Dmaj7/E Gmaj7b5/E G7  D6
e------x-----x---------x--x-------x---------x---x
b------0-----2---------3--7-------8---------5---3
G------0-----0---------2--6-------6---------4---2
D--2---0-----0---------0--0-------0---------0---0  these last two repeat
A--2---x-----x---------3--7-------7---------5---3  every other time
E--0---2-----3---------x--x-------x---------x---x

and this is how it all goes together:

INTRO

F#7          F#7sus4                    B F# G Csus2 Bm/G
Love, let me sleep tonight on you couch

F#7                           F#7sus4                      B F# G Csus2 Bm/G
And remember the smell of the fabric of your simple city dress

A              A7sus4
Oh... That was so real  x3

F#7 F#7sus4 B F# G Csus2 Bm/G
F#7                       F#7sus4                   B F# G Csus2 Bm/G
We walked around 'til the moon got full like a plate.

F#7               F#7sus4                              B F# G Csus2 Bm/G
The wind blew an invocation and I fell asleep at the gate

F#7                            F#7sus4
... And I never stepped on the cracks 'cause I thought I'd hurt my mother
 B F# G Csus2 Bm/G

F#7                               F#7sus4
... And I couldn't awake from the nightmare
                                      B F# G Csus2 Bm/G
    That sucked me in and pulled me under...Pulled me under

A              A7sus4
Oh... That was so real  x3

WIERD DISTORTED INTERLUDE

           F#7   F#7sus4
I love you
                          B F# G Csus2 Bm/G
But I'm afraid to love you

           F#7   F#7sus4
I love you
                          B F# G Csus2 Bm/G
But I'm afraid to love you...

A              A7sus4
Oh... That was so real  x3
_
|Em Dmaj7 Dsus4/C# D6 Dmaj7/E Gmaj7b5/E G7 D6 G7 D6
|reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeal   (oh that was so real)
|
|Em Dmaj7 Dsus4/C# D6 Dmaj7/E Gmaj7b5/E G7 D6
|                    oh that was so reeeeeal
|<---x3

and that's it. wasn't it rewarding to read through all that? :) i hope
someone enjoys playing this as much as i do. if there are any additions,
questions, criticisms, etc. feel free to send them to me. i hope this
didn't waste too much of your mailbox space:)

nate!
            
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