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Remembering Sunday Chords

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All Time Low
Remembering Sunday
Submitted by: paramore_fans@yahoo.com

Beat: 3/4

Key: A

Tuning: Standard EADGBe

Chords used:
D -    xx0232
DM7 -  xx0222
D9 -   xx0230
F#m -  244222
B -    x24442
Bm -   x24432
A -    x02220
E -    022100
A/C# - x476xx
D/F# - 2x023x
E/G# - 476xx


Intro: Dm7--F#m--D9--B


Verse 1:
DM7
  He woke up from dreaming
               F#m 
and put on his shoes
Starting making his way
     D9 
past 2 in the morning
                         B
He hasn't been sober for days
DM7
  Leaning now into the breeze
  E
Remembering Sunday
he falls to his knees
         F#m
They had breakfast together
But two eggs don't last
         B
Like the feeling of what he needs
         D(start palm muting)
Now this place is familiar to him
    E
She pulled on his hand 
with a devilish grin
    F#m
She led him upstairs 
she led him upstairs
         B
Left him dying to get in


Chorus:
A                           D/F#
  Forgive me, I'm trying to find
                           B
My calling, I'm calling at night
I don't mean to be a bother,
    D                       (hold)
But have you seen this girl?
A                               D/F#
  She's been running through my dreams
                              B
And it's driving me crazy, it seems
                              D
I'm going to ask her to marry me


Verse 2:
D
  Even though she 
                   E
doesn't believe in love
He's determined to 
         F#m
call her bluff
            E/G# A           F#m
Who could deny   these butterflies?
        E/G#        A
They're filling his gut
D
  Waking the neighbors
E 
  unfamiliar faces
   F#m
He pleads though he tries
         E/G#   A
But he's only denied
         B
Now he's dying to get inside


(Repeat Chorus)


Bridge:
A/C#
  The neighbors
                D
said she moved away
                        A
Funny how it rained all day
I didn't think much of it then
          E
But it's starting 
to all make sense
         F#m(guitar distortion)
Oh, I can see now that
      D
all of these clouds
    A
Are following me in 
my desperate endeavor
   E
To find my whoever
                A 
whoever she may be


Juliet Simms sang this line:
I'm not coming back, I've 
                  D
done something so terrible
I'm terrified to speak, 
                           Bm
but you'd expect that from me
I'm mixed up, I'll be 
blunt now the rain is just
D
Washing you out of my 
                   A
hair and out of my mind
Keeping an eye on the world
D
So many thousands of feet off
                Bm
the ground, I'm over you now
I'm at home in the clouds 
D
towering over your head


Alex Gaskarth the All Time Low vocalist sang this outro:
               F#m(start alm muting)
I guess I'll go home now
               E
I guess I'll go home now
               F#m
I guess I'll go home now
               B(hold)
I guess I'll go home 
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spencrlee213 wrote on April 12 2008, 10:00 am

not good. at all.

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aron444 wrote on July 17 2008, 05:59 pm

This will work for the most part. its good if you don't have your CAPO. Its not the way they play it but it was how I started playing it at first until I heard the sound of the unmistakeable G chord played at the 5th fret with the CAPO at the 2nd fret.

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jiggy182 wrote on September 16 2008, 01:33 pm

its good as I dnt have a capo

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