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Brooks & Dunn - Little Miss Honky Tonk (Tab)
Album: Waitin' On Sundown (1994)
Submitter: guitar warrior (0) on 2/11/10
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|-------5---------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-8b10----8-5-----------5-7-7b8r=7--5-7-5-------------------------------------|
|-------------7b9rp5----5-7-7b8r=7--5-7-5-------------------------------14\---|
|--------------------7-------------------7p5---5--------------------2---14\---|
|--------------------------------------------7---7p5-\3-5-3---------0---12\---|
|-----------------------------------------------------------5-3b--------------|
Intro Riff

|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|---2-----0-----------------------2-----0--------2-----0--------|
|---2-------4-2----2-----0--------2-------4-2----2-------4-2----|
|-0---2-3----------2-------4-2--0---2-3--------0---2-3----------|
|----------------0---2-3----------------------------------------|
Main Riff

|-----------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------|
|---2---2------2----2------7---7---4-4----|
|---2---2------2----2------7---7-4-4-4----|
|-0---0---3h4-(4)-4----4/5---5---2---2----|
|-----------------------------------------|
She's a slick nickel....    

|-------------------------------|
|-------------------------------|
|---2-----0--------2-----2------|
|---2-------4-2----2-4-2---4----|
|-0---3-4-------0---------------|
|-------------------------------|
Pre bridge riff

|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-7-9-7-7-9--5-7-5-5-7----2-----0-------2-------2---3---4---4-4------|
|-7-9-7-7-9--5-7-5-5-7----2-------4-2---2-------2---3---4---4-4------|
|-5-5-5-5-5--3-3-3-3-3--0---3-4-------0---3-4-0---1---2---2---2------|
|---------------------------------------------------------------9\---|
Ohhh, I love her so...                               Stand back...

|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------7b7b7br-----------------------------|
|------------------------------------0---5-7-7b7b7br-5--5/6-5/6-5/6-6-5/6--------|
|---2-----0-------2p0---0-2--------2---7--------------7-4/5-4/5-6/7-7-6/7--------|
|---2-------4-2-------4-----3b-0-3-----------------------------------------------|
|-0---3-4-------0----------------------------------------------------------------|
Pre solo riff                  Solo

|---------12---10-------------------------------------------------------------|
|-12b14==(12)-(12)-12rp10-----------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------11--11p9----9----8-7-------------------6/7-7-6/7----|
|----------------------------------11---11-----10-7------5/6-5/6-5/6-6-5/6----|
|---------------------------------------------------10-7-4/5-4/5--------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Above is my shot at the main parts for the song.
Once you know these, the rest is easy.
When playing the main riff of the song it's
down (d) on the open A and E bass notes 
and then up(u)on the remaining notes that form the chord.
Like so:
 
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|---2-----0-----------------------2-----0--------2-----0--------|
|---2-------4-2----2-----0--------2-------4-2----2-------4-2----|
|-0---2-3----------2-------4-2--0---2-3--------0---2-3----------|
|----------------0---2-3----------------------------------------|
  d u            d u            d u            d u

The solo portion of the song ends with a fiddle part
and then a piano riff.  During these parts you can
improvise pretty much anything in the correct key.  Enjoy!

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