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Silver chords has rhythm and included in Ideas Above Our Station (2002) album.
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Silver by Hundred Reasons Ukulele Chords

Band:Hundred Reasons
Song Title: Silver
Album: Ideas Above Our Station
Tabbed/Transcibed By Dave Bridges
Dropped D tuning

Assume that Guitar 1 is just the Lead Guitar, I think Hundred Reasons may share the lead,
but im not sure which bit Larry play’s and which Paul does, so Guitar 1 just all the lead
in this song. This file is all my own work, which im sure its hasnt been tabbed by anyone
else yet, so you can just about believe me, as there no one to steal credit off.

Intro – Guitar 1: | Drums and Bass enter…


e------------------|------------------------
B------------------|------------------------
G-----5-----4h5----|------------------------
D-------5-------5--|--cont.....-------------
A------------------|------------------------
D--3-------3-------|------------------------

Intro – Bass:


G----------------------------------------------------------
D----------------------------------------------------------
A----------------------------------------------------------
D---3---5---0----2-----------------------------------------

Verse – Guitar 1


e------------------------------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------------------------------
G------------------9h10h9----9h10h9--------------------------------
D--9-10-12-10-9-----------10--------10-----------------------------
A------------------------------------------------------------------
D------------------------------------------------------------------

Verse – Guitar 2


e---------------------------------
B---------------------------------
G--5------------------------------
D--5------7--------5-------3------
A--3------7--------5-------3------
D---------7--------5-------3------

PM…..

Verse – Bass


G-----------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------
A-3333333---------------------------------------
D--------777777777775555555555555333333333333---

Short fairly quick notes.(semi quavers or 16ths to people who know theory)

Chorus – Guitars 1+2


e--------------------------------------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------------------------------------
G--5--------------------5--------------------------------------------
D--5----------5---------5-------7----------5-----------3-------------
A--3----------5---------3-------7----------5-----------3-------------
D-------------5-----------------7----------5-----------3-------------

‘Say What You wanted to ask me, while you were sittin down/
…you opened your mouth
Chorus (Bass):


G---------------------------------------------------------
D---------------------------------------------------------
A--3--------------------3---------------------------------
D-------------5-----------------7----------5-----------3--

Break Down – Guitar 1


e-------------------------3---------
B---------3-------------3---3-------
G----4--5---5-4----4--5-------------
D--5--------------5-----------------
A-----------------------------------
D-----------------------------------

cont…


e-------3---------3--------------
B---------3---------3------------
G--5-4-------5-4-----------------
D--------------------------------
A--------------------------------
D--------------------------------

This is played as it builds back up,i couldnt be bothered to perfectly tab it, but its
not played that perfectly, so play close as possible.

Instrumental Part/Solo (sort of)
Guitar 1 – Solo Riff:


e-12h13h12---12h13h12-----12h13h12---------(x2)-------
B----------13---------15-----------13------(x2)-------
G-------------------------------------14b--(x2)-------
D------------------------------------------(x2)-------
A------------------------------------------(x2)-------
D------------------------------------------(x2)-------

Guitar 2


e---------------------------------
B---------------------------------
G--5------------------------------
D--5------7--------5-------3------
A--3------7--------5-------3------
D---------7--------5-------3------

Outro:


e------------------
B------------------
G-----5-----4h5----
D-------5-------5--
A------------------
D--3-------3-------

Outro(Bass):


G--------------------------
D--------------------------
A--------------------------
D---3---5---0----2---------

I[-]NTRO
VERSE
CHORUS
VERSE
CHORUS
BREAKDOWN
INSTRUMENTAL PART/SOLO
CHORUS
OUTRO(‘Take it or Leave it’)
[-]

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