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The Eleventh Hour
Fly Farther
Jars Of Clay
The Eleventh Hour

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Ok, this is the first time i've done something like this, but i'm
pretty sure it's right. I saw another tab for this song by another tabber
(Breanne; itsjustbre@aol.com)and i noticed it was kinda hard to play,
so i figured i'd try it in EABEBE tuning and it worked out alot better.
this really is an great song.
let all notes ring, FINGERPICK! Listen to the song for the rhythm, the tab
isn't exactly right.
EABEBE TUNING!
E------------0------0-----------0-----0----------0-----0----------0-----0-----
B--------4-------4----------4-------4--------4-------4--------4-------4-------
E------4---4---4----------4---4---4--------4---4---4--------4---4---4---------
B---0------------------0------------------------------------------------------
A----------------------------------------0----------------0-------------------
E-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
E------------0------0-----------0-----0----------0-----0-------------------|
B--------4-------4----------4-------4--------4-------4---------------------|
E------4---4---4----------4---4---4--------4---4---4-----------------------|
B---0------------------0---------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------------2----------------2----------------|



E-----------0----------------0----------------0----------------0---------------
B-----------0----------------0----------------0----------------0---------------
E-------4-------4--------4-------4--------4-------4--------4-------4-----------
B-----5---5---5---5----5---5---5---5----5---5---5---5----5---5---5---5---------
A------------------------------------------------------------------------------
E---4----------------4----------------2----------------2-----------------------
E-----------0-------4-------0-----------------0-------(-------0----------------)|
B-----------------------------------------4-------4---(----4------4------------)|
E-------4-------4-------4-------4-------4---4---4---4-(--4---4--4---4----------)|
B-----5---5---5---5---5---5---5---5-------------------(------------------------)|
A---0--------------------------------4----------------(2-----------------------)|
E-----------------------------------------------------(------------------------)|



all chord notation is written EABEBE low to high
Aadd9 x02000
Esus2 020200
E 020400
Asus2 500500
C#mb6 909090
B7sus4 707070
A x02020
Aadd#9 x02010
E 5th 020000
Asus2/F# 200200
they're in order as they come in the chorus...
and as for the instrumental interlude i have no clue...
the ending goes back and forth between Asus2/G# (400400) and Asus2/F# (200200)
until he does a quick slide from 2 to 4 on the low E string and the song ends
on the E chord (see above).
LYRICS AND SONG ORDER
a **** denotes that i cant tell what the word is exactly
he picked her up some flowers on a sunday afernoon
and they sat out on the porch swing underneath the cresent moon
a life-time seemed to pass, staring at the skys
and on the swing, he gave her the ring, there were tears in her eyes
1st 5 chords of the Chorus (no words)
he said, "I pray I'm not alone, in my dreams about forever
that you and I could become one, and always be together
we'll grow old and wise thru all the days for worse or for better
and I'll be truth in sight of you even now more than ever



and my time flys but we'll fly farther
into the night where the eyes of loneliness can never bother
all our dreams of together, uneclipsed by never never
my time flys, it's in your eyes, but we'll fly farther
50 years have ridin off into the sunset
and the tears that we have cried have overflown
and here we are counting scars, wounds of life's un-ending upset
you with me, and I with you, and I will never forget



Instrumental Bridge
he picked her up some flowers on a sunday afternoon
he rode the greyhound bus past the house they used to swoon
he knelt beside the grave, upon his head a teardrop fell,
and on the stone, epitaph shown, the words he knew so well






that's my best shot at it, hope it helps.

    printed from https://www.1christian.net/rwtc
     



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