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Goodbye Horses Tab
"Goodbye Horses"
Q Lazzarus

Standard tuning (high to low): e,B,G,D,A,E

This song was featured in the film "Silence of the Lambs", 
This made the song an instant hit and gained it much popularity.

Goodbye Horses is actually played with to guitars, you should 
also use a vibrato effect.



Guitar One (Fading In):
 
e|-9~~~~~~~13~~~~~~~-|
B|-------------------|
G|-------------------|
D|-------------------|
A|-------------------|
E|-------------------|



Guitar Two:

e|-9-9~~---9-9~~-13~13~14-13-14-13-14-|
B|------------------------------------|
G|------------------------------------|
D|------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------|

e|-9-9~~~~~9-9~~~~~13-13~~~~~13-13~~~~~|
B|-------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------|

e|-9-9~~---9-9~~---13~14-13-14-13-14-|
B|-----------------------------------|
G|-----------------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------|



Guitar One:

e|-15~17~--15~17~15~17~-5~17~--15~17~5~17~|              
B|----------------------------------------|
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                        Chris_Parker wrote on September 7 2006, 08:18 pm  
                    
                    
                        sounds good to me, 4 stars
                    
                
            
                                
                
                
                    
                        
                            
                                
                                    
                                    
                                
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                        IronMaidenRules wrote on October 12 2008, 10:48 pm  
                    
                    
                        Every note was tabbed flat. You either have to half step, or just move each fretted note up one.Don't believe me? Listen for yourself:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22ltlLZkFlE&feature=related
                    
                
            
                                
                
                
                    
                        
                            
                                
                                    
                                    
                                
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                        AngryGoldfish wrote on February 16 2009, 05:00 pm  
                    
                    
                        The main melody is tabbed one fret up. If you tabbed it out when in E Flat, then this would make sense, but not the 15/17 fretted notes. It's like you tabbed half of it in standard and the other a half tone down.
                    
                
            
                            
                
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