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MilANimaL wrote on October 24 2007, 10:02 pm

Well done man :)) well done!

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RangerDan88 wrote on April 12 2008, 12:59 am

In order to continue with chords rather than playing the signature line after "you know I believe and how," I've it would go from D9 to F, and then another chord, and then to G, then to the following verse. Does anyone know what that other chord would be between F and G? I can't figure it out, and I know it's not F#, as that sounds horrendous. Any help?

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RangerDan88 wrote on April 12 2008, 01:09 am

Ah, never mind. It would be Eb: D9 to F to Eb to G and back to C, or A if it's going to the bridge.

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