#1
I was catching up on some Louie and he did an episode where he went overseas and did some shows for the soldiers. There was another guy on there that did a really cool song.

Keni Thomas - Circle on the Cross.

I searched the site and forums and nothing came up. Help is appreciated! Even if you don't know how to tab music out, just take a listen to the song. It's a good one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zNJH2eQQac
#2
I can't find any tab for this song either. I just listened to it and tried my best to play it by ear. There is no Am or Em, it's D, C, G primarily, and is in drop-D tuning. He does some hammers with those chords sort of ad lib throughout the song. I'll tab it out a bit:


Intro:
E-0h2-2-3p2-2-3-3-3-3---2-
B-3---3-3---3-3-3-3-3---3-
G-0h2-2-2---2-0-0-0-0---2-
D-0---0-0---0-2-2-x-x---0-
A-------------3-3-2-2h3-0-
D-------------------------

Fill:
E-------------------
B-------------------
G-------------------
D-------0-----------
A-3p2p0---h3p0------
D--------------h3-0-

Verses:
E-0h2-2-3-3-3-3-3---3-
B-3---3-3-3-3-3-3---3-
G-0h2-2-0-0-0-0-0---0-
D-0---0-x-2-x-x-x---x-
A-0-----3-3-2-2-2h3-3-
D---------------------

Chorus (right after "north vietnamese")
E------------
B-3--6-6-8-8-
G-2--5-5-7-7-
D-0--3-3-5-5-
A-0--3-3-5-5-
D-0--3-3-5-5-

(once was lost)
E-------
B-10--3-
G-9---2-
D-7---0-
A-7---0-
D-7---0-

Fill again. Repeat.


This is one of those songs where the performer performs it slightly differently every time, with different hammers and pulls, and mixing up the right hand shuffle etc. I just tabbed out what I generally do. Just listen to the song, and play it how you feel. I know for sure that the chords are accurate.
Last edited by qaesyan at Dec 2, 2012,