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Burning Benches  Morning Runner


Burning Benches by MORNING RUNNER

Tabbed by Alex T
First tab, blah blah etc. This isn't exactly how it's played in the song but it's a nice
way to play it one one guitar.
Obviously you'll want UltimatePiano if you're after a proper accurate version.
Standard tuning but - CAPO 2nd FRET!
D: xx0232
A: x02220
G: 320022
D5: xx032x
Asus: x03340
||: xxxx :|| =repeat xxxx
Crescendo throughout the whole thing.
[D] [A] [G] [D5]  

(same strum frequency as intro but go for the whole chord, and put in some frills like
the chorus - mess around with the B string frets 0,2 and 3 as well, it all sounds good)
||: [D]Let us make amends
We're not[A] overly good friends
But it's not [G]heaven without y[D5]ou
[D]You can have it all
We'll see [A]mountains fall
But it's not [G]heaven without you :||
(Do a little quiet bit on the top 2 strings, just a D with the little riff or something,
come in loudly and with a bit faster strumming frequency):
It's a s[D]ymphony distorting
When [A]we're not talking
But its not [G]heaven without y[D5]ou
(Another little quiet fill bit first, then go loud again, with fast strumming):
[G]There's just something different
With the air about [Asus]you
The signs, the shapes, the numbers
They never give me a c[G]lue
You can have it [A]all
[G]And I'm not burning benches
'Cause the ash will make me c[Asus]hoke
It was me who always spluttered
Every time we sp[G]oke, we spoke
You can have it a[A]ll
Do another G - A, fast strumming and loud, and end on an Asus.

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