the campfire kansas tab here

Posted by kai from germany on Thu, 11/06/03 - 05:19:34.

CAMPFIRE KANSAS – The Get Up Kids
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Raise the “b” string up one half step to c prior to placing capo on the
second fret. (This is for easier play, observe tuning below).

Tuning of strings from lowest to highest without capo: E-A-D-G-C-E
Tuning of strings from lowest to highest capo 2nd fret: F#-B-E-A-D-F#
Listen to song for strum pattern.

Intro
F# -0------|-0-|-0------|-0-|---|
D -0--2-2-|-0-|-0--2-2-|-0-|-2-|
A -0--0-0-|-2-|-0--0-0-|-2-|-0-|
E -2--0-0-|-3-|-2--0-0-|-3-|-0-|
B -3--2-0-|-3-|-3--2-0-|-3-|-2-|
F# ----3-3-|-1-|----3-3-|-1-|-3-|

Verse:
-0-|---|-0-|-0-|-0-|---|-0-0-|-0-0-|
-0-|-2-|-0-|-0-|-0-|-2-|-0-0-|-0-0-|
-0-|-0-|-2-|-2-|-0-|-0-|-2-2-|-2-2-|
-2-|-0-|-2-|-3-|-2-|-0-|-2-3-|-2-3-|
-3-|-2-|-0-|-3-|-3-|-2-|-0-3-|-0-3-|
---|-3-|---|-1-|---|-3-|---1-|---1-|

Chorus:
-0-0-0-0-|-0-|
-0-0-0-0-|-0-| 2x
-2-2-0-2-|-2-|
-2-3-2-0-|-3-|
-0-3-3---|-3-|
---1-----|-1-|

Verse: same as above, play 1x
Chorus: same as above, play 2x

“The sun would set...”
-0-0-0-0-|-0-0-0-0-|-0-0-0-0-|-0-|
-0-0-0-0-|-0-0-0-0-|-0-0-0-0-|-0-|
-2-2-0-2-|-2-2-0-2-|-2-2-0-2-|-2-|
-2-3-2-0-|-2-3-2-0-|-2-3-2-0-|-3-|
-0-3-3---|-0-3-3---|-0-3-3---|-3-|
---1-----|---1-----|---1-----|-1-|

“We laughed away...”
---|-0-0-|---|-1-|-1-|
-2-|-0-0-|-2-|-2-|-2-|
-0-|-2-0-|-0-|-2-|-2-|
-0-|-3-2-|-0-|-3-|-3-|
-2-|-3-3-|-2-|---|---|
-3-|-1---|-3-|---|---|

“Jumped on the bus...”
-0-|---|-0-0-|-0-0-|
-0-|-2-|-0-0-|-0-0-|
-0-|-0-|-2-2-|-2-2-|
-2-|-0-|-2-3-|-2-3-|
-3-|-2-|-0-3-|-0-3-|
---|-3-|---1-|---1-|

Chorus: same as above, play 2x

“The sun would set...”
-0-0-0-0-|-0-0-0-0-|-0-0-0-0-|-0-|-0-0-0-0-|-0-|
-0-0-0-0-|-0-0-0-0-|-0-0-0-0-|-0-|-0-0-0-0-|-0-|
-2-2-0-2-|-2-2-0-2-|-2-2-0-2-|-2-|-2-2-0-2-|-2-|
-2-3-2-0-|-2-3-2-0-|-2-3-2-0-|-3-|-2-3-2-0-|-3-|
-0-3-3---|-0-3-3---|-0-3-3---|-3-|-0-3-3---|-3-|
---1-----|---1-----|---1-----|-1-|---1-----|-1-|

Note: This song is played using a capo on the second fret. This means that the
second fret is designated as “0” in the tab. The same logic goes for all other
frets: the third fret without a capo is now the first fret, the fourth is now
the second, and so on.

Tabbed by Dan Shambro (AeroZepeln@aol.com) Please send me any questions or
comments.

I've seen TGUK play that song last year and it'S exactly played how he tabbed it. he also used a capo, too.
have fun with that great song

kai from germany

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