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The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret  Unknown

[E5]     [B5]     [Bb5]     [A5]                                                                                                   
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-9---------------------------------------------
-9----9----8----7------7b--7-5-----------------
-7----9----8----7---0-----------7--------------
-0----7----6----5------------------------------ 

Play each chord for a bar each. End with that little fiddle.
Chorus
Gtr.1
[E5]     [B5]     [Bb5]     [G5]        [A5]    [B5]                                                                                                   
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-9----------------------------------------------
-9----9----8----5-5-5-5-7-X-9-------------------
-7----9----8----5-5-5-5-7-X-9-------------------
-0----7----6----3-3-3-3-5-X-7------------------- 

Gtr.2
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-9----16---15---12-12-12-12-14-X-16-------------
-9----16---15---12-12-12-12-14-X-16-------------
-7----14---13---10-10-10-10-12-X-14-------------
-0---------------------------------------------- 

These are both played at exactly the same time btw
Bridge
Gtr.1
Bb5 C5 ? C5(2nd time only)
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-----------16---------0-14b--15b----------------
-8----10----X----10-----------------------------
-8----10---14----10-----------------------------
-6----8----------8------------------------------ 

Gtr.2 (2nd time only)
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-15---17---16----17-----------------------------
-15---17----X----17-----------------------------
-13---15---14----15-----------------------------
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Hit that ? Octave for about 2 bars or something
Solo
Other guitar plays intro/verse chords throughout
-12b------15b---13b-----------------------------
-15b--15--18b---16b-----------------------------
---------------------11b--12b-------------------
---------------------14b--15b-------------------
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------------------------------------------------ 

Do that twice, except dragging out the bends a little
more. They're all full bends btw
Then
-12b--------15b--------18b---18b---17b----------
-15b--------18b--------21b---21b---20b----------
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Really drag out those first 2 bends
Outro
I think both guitars play this, probably with a little
variation in there somewhere.
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--------------------------------12--------------
-9-9---------9-9-----------9-9--12--------------
-9-9--5-7-9--9-9-----5-7-9-9-9--12--5-7-9-------
-7-7--5-7-9--7-7-----5-7-9-7-7------5-7-9-------
-0-0--3-5-7--0-0-0-0-3-5-7-0-0------3-5-7-------
------12b---------------------------------------
------15b---------------------------------------
-9------------------9---------------------------
-9-----------5-7-9--9---------------------------
-7-----------5-7-9--7---------------------------
-0---------0-3-5-7--0--------------------------- 

And that's it! Questions, improvements or corrections to: pinkyandthebrain14@hushmail.com

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