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From: [email protected] (Mike Clavenna)
Newsgroups: rec.music.makers.guitar.tablature
Subject: REPOST: Grandma Got Runover By a Reindeer
Followup-To: alt.guitar.tab
Date: 18 Nov 1993 19:46:18 GMT
Organization: Computer Science Dept, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
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>>>I can not take credit for the following. Someone else posted
>>>it last year (sorry I don't have that person's name).
>>>Best regards,
>>>Michael Vincze
>>>[email protected]

>>>This is not straight off the record and I didn't compare the two.

:> I just reposted it...no promises.
:> Mike.

GRANDMA GOT RUNOVER BY A REINDEER

This arrangement combines the melody and some backup. If you sing along you
can follow the chords using this:
Basic Accompaniment Pattern: follow chord progression.
C
|----0-----0-----0-----0-|
|----1-----1-----1-----1-|
|----0-----0-----0-----0-|
|------------------------|
|-3-----------3----------|
|-------3-----------3----|
The song is in 4/4 time. Almost every note is an 1/8 note. When you see 0^2 it
means play the string open then quickly hammer on at the 2nd fret. It is
called a grace note. The hammer should fall on the beat.

Intro
C
|----0-----0--------------|
|----1-----1--------------|
|----0-----0--------------| / ) ) / ) ) / )
/ / (_(__/ (_(__/|__\_/_




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