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Within You Without You Tab
K, this is how it really goes.  Take it from me guys, i spent a logntime in this but
i finally got it.  it's mainly all string stuff, and a droning C# from the Tampoura.
Then an indian violin thing plays this.


G1 just slowly and timely play this

C#--0------------------|
F#----0----------------|
G#------0--------------|
C#--------0------------|
G#----------0----------|
C#------------0--------|    *You might be better off using a key board set
to Sitar with a sustain pedal and keep that running the whole time.


G2(standard)lead#1

E---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B----6-7-9-12-14~-----14~12~---9-12-9-7-6-7-6--4-2~---0-2-2~~~~~~~----------|
G---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E---------------------------------------------------------------------------|


then on a keyboard set to harpsicord or koto, play this scale quick.

*Start at an octave below middle C

Riff1: C#-F-F#-G#-B-C#-F-F#-G#-B-C#

*End an ocatave above middle C


Verse prt.1

E-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B---6-7-9--12~~~-------12-11---6-9-4-9-7--6~------6-7-9--12~~~------12-11-|
G-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------------------------|

E-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B---6-9-4-9-7-6~~~---6-7-9--6---6-7-/-11-9-11~~~---6-7-9--12-14~~~~~------|
G-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------------------------|

E-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B---12-14-12-9-7/6/7/6--7/9-6---------------------------------------------|
G-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------------------------|


Prt.2

E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B--6-7-9--12~~--12-11--6-9-4-9-7--6~----6-7-9--12~~~--12-11--6-9-4-9-7--6~-|
G--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

E-------------------------------------------------------12-14/12/14-12/14~-|
B----6-7--9---6-7--9--12~--6-7--9--12-12/14~~---9-12-14--------------------|
G--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

E---14-12------------------------------------------------------------------|
B----------14-12~--12~----12~----------------------------------------------|
G----------------13~---13~------11/13--10~---------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

pre chorus sorta thing:I think is a variation on lead#1, so mess around with that.


Sitar solo part:this is what the strings play.  unless you have a sitar, you'll never be 
to duplicate that sitar solo. Sorry,it bums me out too:(

E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B--6-7--9--12~-----11/12/11--6--9/11/9--4--9/11/9--7-7/9-6-6~--------------|
G--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B--6-7--9--12~-----11/12/11--6--9/11/9--4--9/11/9--7-7/9-6-6~--------------|
G--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

E------------------------------------------------------------12/14/12~-----|
B----6-7--9-6~---6-7---11-9~---6-7--9--12-14/12/14---9-12-14---------------|
G--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

E--14-12----------------------14-12----------------------------------------|
B--------14-12--9-7-9--12--9~-------14-12--9/12--9-7--9--12/9--7--6~~------|
G--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B---6/7/6//////2--6/7/6///////////2--6/7/6~///////////2~~~0~~~~0/2-2~~~~---|
G--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|


Riff1


Repeat the Verse, and pre-chorus

last line:


E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B---12-11--7--11-9--6---9-7-6-4~~~~~~---2~~~--0~~~~/2~~~-------------------|
G--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

   "that life flows on with in you, and with out you"


let that 1st guitar with the droning tunning ring for like a measure, and have the badn 
group your playing with start laughing for that trippy effect at the end.  thats' it! 
up the sitar thoug, awsome instrument.
and, I'm pretty sure this tab is awosme, but cut me slack i'm only 16, and trying to 
out eastern hindustani music.  So if it's wrong no hatered man,lol. Peace

A. U-ing

 
 
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The Beatles were a pop and rock group from Liverpool, England formed in 1960. Primarily consisting of John Lennon (rhythm guitar, vocals), Paul McCartney (bass guitar, vocals), George Harrison (lead guitar, vocals), and Ringo Starr (drums, vocals) throughout their career, The Beatles are recognised for leading the mid-1960s musical "British Invasion" into the United States. Although their initial musical style was rooted in 1950s rock and roll and homegrown skiffle, the group explored genres ranging from Tin Pan Alley to psychedelic rock. Their clothes, styles, and statements made them trend-setters, while their growing social awareness saw their influence extend into the social and cultural revolutions of the 1960s. After the band broke up in 1970, all four members embarked on solo careers.

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