Studio Version:

 

Tuning: Standard

E-A-D-G-B-E


Difficulty: Medium



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That Girl Is You

Intro/Verse 
e|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
B|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
G|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
D|-(2)-(2)-0h2-(2)-(2)-0h2-(2)-(2)-0h2-(2)-(2)-0h2---------0h2---------0h2---------0h2---------0h2- 
A|--3---3-------3---3-------3---3-------3---3------(3)-(3)-----(3)-(3)-----(3)-(3)-----(3)-(3)-----  
E|--------------------------------------------------1---1-------1---1-------1---1-------1---1------

e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
G|-(2)-(2)-----(2)-(2)-----(2)-(2)-----(2)-(2)-------------------------------------
D|-(2)-(2)-0h2-(2)-(2)-0h2-(2)-(2)-0h2-(2)-(2)-0h2-----0h2-----0h2-----0h2-----0h2-
A|--0---0-------0---0-------0---0-------0---0--------------------------------------  
E|-------------------------------------------------3-3-----3-3-----3-3-----3-3----- 
                                                   *
*Verse ends on this note (“Hallelujah”)


Jam (Live)

Note: When played live, Dave tends to more forcefully strum the full chords (C, F, Am and G) below:

​e|-----------3--
B|--1-----0-----
G|--0--2--1-----
D|--2--3--2-----
A|--3--3--2--2--
E|-----1-----3--


Song Notes: Although when playing live, Dave tends to put his fingers on the strings in the same formation as the full C, F, Am and G chords, he does not just strum the full chords during the intro/verse. He is actually focusing on playing certain notes (root notes and the hammer-on). 

Also, there is a consistent hammer-on on the D string (0h2). The way Dave plays it, it looks like he is fully hammering each chord (C, F, Am and G) on and off, but it is mostly the D string that is focused on for the hammer. Tim is also very much focusing on playing this hammer, so the sounds of both guitars do mesh together.


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