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I Got a Feeling  Third Day

Third Day - I Got A Feeling
Tabbed by Joe Ferreira (www.alternativebeggar.com)
Listen to the song for the rhythm:
Verse:
[G] [C-Bb] [C-G]  
Chorus:
Use these chords:
[G] [Bb] [F] [C] [G] [Bb] [C] [D#] [F]  
 
 -------------- ------------------
 -------------- ------------------
 -----3-----5-- -----3--5--8--10--
 --5--3--3--5-- --5--3--5--8--10--
 --5--1--3--3-- --5--1--3--6--8---
 --3-----1----- --3---------------

The second verse chords are different for some reason.
Fill 1 (played over verse 2 chords):
 
 -------------------6-----------
 --------------8-------8--6br---
 -----5b-XXX--------------------
 -5~~--------------------------
 -------------------------------
 -------------------------------

Verse 2:
[G] [C-Bb] [F-G]  
Chorus
Solo 1: (over chorus chords)
[G] [Bb] [F] [C] 
 
 ----------------------------------------------------------
 ----------------------------------------------------------
 ----------------------------------------------------------
 -10b-10b-10-8-10-8h10(long bend)---10b-10b-10-8-10-8------
 -----------------------------------------------------10---
 ----------------------------------------------------------

[G] [Bb] [C] [D#] [F]  
 
 -----------------------------------------------------9b(long bend)-9b-9-7----
 -----------------8~~~------11p9p8--11b(long bend)-------------------------8--
 ---------------------------------8-------------------------------------------
 -10b-10b-10-8-10-------------------------------------------------------------
 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Bridge:
Acoustic plays verse chords over and over
Chorus/Outro:
The chords are almost the same except the first F becomes a high F:
[G] [Bb] [F] [C] [G] [Bb] [C] [D#] [F]  
 
 -------------- ------------------
 -------------- ------------------
 -----3-----5-- -----3--5--8--10--
 --5--3--10-5-- --5--3--5--8--10--
 --5--1--10-3-- --5--1--3--6--8---
 --3-----8----- --3---------------

Outro Solo:
This is just the basic riff that's played at the end:
 
 ----------------------------------------------------------
 --6-8-6-8-8--8-6-8-6-8-8--8-8-6-6-5-5-5-5-5h6p5-3-1-------
 ----------------------------------------------------------
 ------(just ad-lib through this part using these notes----
 ----------------------------------------------------------
 ----------------------------------------------------------

Brad does some crazy bends and taps at the end of the song that I don't care
enough to tab out.

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