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He Cut Her Hair  Tom McRae

[C#m]                                                                                              
e]---------------x-]
B]---------1-----x-]
G]-----2-----2---x-]
D]---2---2-------x-]  x2
A]-0-------------x-]
E]---------------x-]


[G#sus4]                                                                                              
e]---------------x-]
B]---------0-----x-]
G]-----2-----2---x-]
D]---2---2-------x-]  x2
A]---------------x-]
E]-0-------------x-]


Chorus:(let ring)

[C#m]                                                                                              
e]--------------]
B]---------1----]
G]-----2--------]
D]---2---2------]  x2
A]-0------------]
E]--------------]


[G#sus4]                                                                                              
e]--------------]
B]---------0----]
G]-----2--------]
D]---2---2------]  x2
A]--------------]
E]-0------------]

Ok, this is my arrangement of the 'cello part for guitar. Capo still on 4. Let me know
what you think, people. To help make sense of the timing, the tune starts ON the beat,
with the 'bass' notes playing OFF the beat, on the 'and' part of each beat. Sounds quite
cool with moderate overdrive but plucked gently (accent the tune slightly), as the notes
sort of run into one another - closest I could get to a 'cello on the guitar!

  [C#m]                                    [G#]                                                        
e]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]
B]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]
G]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]
D]-2---2---2---2---]-3---2---2---2---]-3---2---2---2---]-3---2-----------]
A]---0---0---0---0-]---0---0---0---0-]-----------------]---------2---3---]
E]-----------------]-----------------]---0---0---0---0-]---0---0---0---0-]


  [C#m]                                    [G#]                                                        
e]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]
B]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]-------------5---]
G]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]
D]-----2---2---2---]-3---2---2---0---]-2---2---0---0---]-----------------]
A]*0-----0---0---0-]---0---0---0---0-]-----------------]-3---3---2-------]
E]-----------------]-----------------]---0---0---0---0-]---0---0---0---0-]

*come in on the beat, and hold note for full beat

  [C#m]                                    [G#]                                                        
e]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]
B]-6--(6)--5--(5)--](5)-(5)-(5)--5---]-6--(6)--5--(5)--](5)-(5)-(5)--5---]
G]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]
D]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]
A]---0---0---0---0-]---0---0---0---0-]-----------------]-----------------]
E]-----------------]-----------------]---0---0---0---0-]---0---0---0---0-]


()play v gently

  [C#m]                                    [G#]                                                        
e]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]
B]-10-(10)(10)(10)-]-12-(12)-13-(13)-]-12(hold)--------]
G]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]
D]-----------------]-----------------]-----------------]
A]---0---0---0---0-]---0---0---0---0-]-----------------]
E]-----------------]-----------------]-0(hold)---------]


There you go folks. Comments/ideas welcome.

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