I am tabbing this song so that it may be played with no bending or overblowing. This means that it requires the use of multiple harmonicas. I'll leave it up to you whether you want to use another harmonica or bend the note (see my other tab ''In the Flesh intro (diatonic)''). I will arrange the tab by harp key, so some phrases may be cut between lines while others may be combined on a line. My other tab has the notes arranged by phrase. Harps needed: A, G, F, C Harp key / A:4 5 -4 4 -3 G:-3 A:-5 5 -4 4 5 -4 4 -3 G:-3 A:-5 5 -4 4 5 -4 G:-4 OR A:4 it's the same note F:-5 G:5 A:-5 5 -4 C:4 A:5 6 -5 5 6 I've been playing this with great success on my tremolo sextet, which is why I use the G:-4 in line 6, for ease of rotation. If you can fingure out a way to bind a bunch of harmonicas together, definitely do it. It's a fun and unusual way to play this song. For all of you chromatic desciples out there, I posted the song for chromatic as well. Thanks for reading and enjoy!