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Flower Chords


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Artist: Amos Lee
Song:   Flower
Album:  Mission Bell

Because I have not found it anywhere else I have decided to make my own chords of this song.

h = hammer on
x = muted

(Capo 7 frets relative to capo)

   A        A/E          F#m   F#/D

It is just the same pattern repeating over and over.
(Be sure to listen to the song a lot to get the timing down)

Tabbed by DoodlySquat, enjoy :)
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DoodlySquat wrote on June 9 2011, 02:42 pm

Please rate! :)

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YOURMOMSGUITAR wrote on December 20 2011, 03:31 pm

Nice I've been looking for this I don't see why it is four stars I can't find anything wrong with it.

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seanshowalter wrote on May 11 2014, 03:33 am

Good job on this. If you want to play the song without a capo you can play it like this:

A - C#m7 - Bm7

Those are the 3 chords in the tune that just repeat over and over again.

However, at the end of the second verse and second chorus, you can play an E chord too..depending on how close you want to be to the original.

Hope this helps. I just spent hours learning this tune.

Peace. :)

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