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From: Kyle Grieser <yuf@sequent.com>
From: Eric Berman <ericbe@microsoft.com
From: kcjonz@wam.umd.edu (David Douglas McCallum)

BTW, the rhythm isn't in any way reflected here, you may try listening to it to get the right feel...

I wanted to share a little secret that I learned while figuring out the song "From The Beginning", by Emerson, Lake, & Palmer in the
hazy, distant past. It involves combining open strings with notes fretted higher up on the neck, creating a nice lush, "open" sound when
the notes are left ringing. Check it out... [THANKS to Kyle Grieser for the original sTAB]

  Am                     *-Begin repeat here   
                                               ^   ^*
*=Play 3 open A notes on repeat

  Am       E       Fmaj7   Dmsus2

     F     Am      H-O             1.Bb          slower
G|---2--2--5-----7-5-7-5-4-2-------|-3-- --3---3-----3---

The little Bb arpegio repeats a couple times then back to beginning... or...

2. Bb                  G    / \/\ Am \/\/\ (/\=strum)
|-------------------|--3---------------------- then into verse...

Am                    C                             G
It's time I sling the baskets off this overburdened horse
D              C                                 F        F/E
Sink my toes into the ground and set a different course
D                         C
'Cause if I were here and you were there
I'd meet you in between
B                Em            C                G
And not until my dying day, confess what I have seen

The Horse
Artist: Phish
Comments: Transcribed by Mario J. Ferro (alternate take)
Well, here's horse off of RIFT.  It was posted once, but sort of incomplete
  so i fixed it up.  Make sure you veiw it in .txt in notepad, otherwise it 
  won't come out even.

    Am(add9)                                   Fmaj7
E  +--------------0----------------0--------------------0-0-+
B  |------------0----------------0----------0-0-0-----1---3-|
G  |----------5----------------5-----------5--------2-----2-|
D  |--------7----------------7------------7--6-2--3-------3-|
A  |0-0-0-0----------0-0-0-0---------0-0-0------------------|
E  +--------------------------------------------------------+
    Asus4/7        C                  Am     Bb 
E  +--------------------------------------0-----------------+
B  |3--3--3---1-3--5-6-5---5-6-5--3---1------3----3---3---3-|
G  |2--2--2---2-2--5-----7-5-7-5--4---2--2---3---3---3---3--|
D  |3--3--3---3-3--5----------------2-2-2----3--3---3---3---|
A  |-----------------------------------------1-1---1---1----|
E  +---------------8----------------------------------------+
    Am(add9)                       Fmaj7   Asus4/F 
E  +--------------0----------------------0-0----------------+
B  |------------0------------0-0-0-----1---3--3--3--3--1-3--|
G  |----------5-------------5--------2-----2--2--2--2--2-2--|
D  |--------7--------------7--6-2--3-------3--3--3--3--3-3--|
A  |0-0-0-0---------0-0-0-0---------------------------------|
E  +--------------------------------------------------------+
     C                Am     Bb                 G
E  +----------------------0---------------------3-3--3-3-3-3+
B  |-5-6-5---5-6-5--3--------3----3---3---0-----0-0--0-0-0-0|
G  |-5-----7-5-7-5--4----2---3---3---3---3------0-0--0-0-0-0|
D  |-5----------------2-2----3--3---3---3-------0-0--0-0-0-0|
A  |-------------------------1-1---1---0--------2-2--2-2-2-2|
E  +-8--------------------------------------3---3-3--3-3-3-3+
So you strum that G for a little bit then you go into this(I thank
the basic outline of the next part, i just strum the regular open chords,
but the extra stuff he has could be right):


Am(barre)             C(with G on top)               G
It's time I slink the baskets off this silver burden horse
D              C(E on top)                       F       E*      D
Sink my toes into the ground and set a different course
                          C(E on top)                       Am
'Cause if I were here and you were there, I'd meet you in between
B               Em         C(E on top)       G
And not until my dying day confess what I had seen.

*that E  is played something like this: [0221xx], and it's played for only 
like one count and then you go right into the D.
That first Am(barre) could be a barre or not, the open one sounds just fine.
The last four chords are only strumed once, with the G going right into
in the morning'.  For some of the parts in the intro, you could hear Trey
in between certain notes, and letting some notes ring, that's why some of the 
them are tabbed up and down the neck and not just on one position.
Well that's about it, let me know if anything is wrong.