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Take The Night Off
Tuning: CGCGGe
Laura uses her thumb for the strumming. Hit every string but put emphasis on the low 
strings so that the A string (now a G) stands out.
There are only three parts to this song.

Part 1
This is played for the verses, although Part 2 is played at some points.
e|-0--0----0---0--|
G|-0--0----0---0--|
G|-0--0----0---0--|
C|-0--0----0---0--|
G|-0--0h2--/4--/2-|
C|-0--0----0---0--|

Part 2
Play this when she sings 'take the night off and be bad for me' and 'take it right off 
and be bad for me', but only after having played part 3 once.
e|-0--0----0---0--|
G|-0--0----0---0--|
G|-0--0----0---0--|
C|-0--0----0---0--|
G|-0--0h2--/4--/5-|
C|-0--0----0---0--|

Part 3
e|-0--0--0--0--0--0--0---0---0-----|
G|-0--0--0--0--0--0--0---0---0-----|
G|-0--2--4--5--7--9--10--12--14----|
C|-0--0--0--0--0--0--0---0---0-----|
G|-0--2--4--5--7--9--10--12--14----|
C|-0--0--0--0--0--0--0---0---0-----|

Also, the track ends with the start of 'I Was An Eagle' which is:

e|-0--0--0--0-|
G|-0--0--0--0-|
G|-0--5--0--5-|
C|-0--0--0--0-|
G|-0--0--0--0-|
C|-0--5--0--5-|
 
 
Laura Marling - Take The Night Off :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Take The Night Off tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Take The Night Off:

Laura Beatrice Marling (born 1 February 1990), is a folk-pop singer-songwriter from Reading, Berkshire, England.

Marling has toured with a number of well-known indie artists in the UK including Jamie T, who personally invited her on tour with him last year after he attended her second-ever gig.

She performed at the 2007 O2 Wireless Festival and also performed at the first Underage Music Festival in August 2007 at Victoria Park, East London.

Her debut single came out on WayOutWest Records, with a new single coming out soon on Virgin Records. She appeared on The Rakes track "Suspicious Eyes", from the band's second album Ten New Messages and Mystery Jets track "Young Love" released 10 March, 2008.[1] from their second album. She often collaborates with indie band Noah and the Whale, and Charlie Fink, lead singer of Noah and the Whale, produced her debut album Alas, I Cannot Swim.[2]

She recently appeared on Later with Jools Holland where she performed the song "New Romantic". Marling's debut album Alas, I Cannot Swim was released on February 4, 2008.

Despite playing sold-out venues over the past few months, Laura has spoken of how she still finds larger venues scary.[3]

Marling was once refused access to one of her own performances, for being underage. She instead chose to perform on the street.[4]

She is currently the supporting artist at the Adam Green concerts in Europe and in New York.[1][2]

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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