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Staircase Chords

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Staircase---Caedmon's Call-------------------------Transfered by Asa Gaston
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chords: (all relative to capo)
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CAPO 3rd FRET


Am(2,7):  X02210  (with hammers)
D2:       XX0230
D/F#:     200232
G:        320033
D:        XX0232
C2:       X32033 (with moving bass notes)
Fmaj7:    133210 or ,2 133200 (somewhat interchangeable)
Am:       X02210
E7:       020100


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intro
-----
Am(2,7) - D2
D/F# - G
(play 4 times)


on the Am, hammer on the C (fret 1 B string)
and the A (fret 2 G string), then hammer off
the C (fret 1 B string) and switch to the D2.
also the strum changes slightly on the fourth
time, so listen to it.


-----
verse
-----


D
C2(hammered/moving bass) - G
(play 16 times)


on the C2, hammer from B to C for the bass
(fret 2 to 3 on A string), then keep going
down in rhythm on the A string from fret 3
to 2 to 0 (open A string), then you switch
to the G chord and hit it twice in the strum.
again, listen to it ...


------
bridge
------
Am(2,7)
Fmaj7
G
D/F#
(play 4 times)
then extra D/F# leading into chorus


------
chorus
------
Am
G
D/F#
Fmaj7 - E7


Am
G
D/F#
Fmaj7 - E7


Fmaj7
G
Fmaj7
C9 - G
Fmaj7
G
Fmaj7
E7


obviously change the strum for the first half
of the chorus, and the D/F# leading into it,
basically all downs, an intense strum.


(intro)
(verse w/ less repeats)
(bridge)
(chorus)
(intro)
(bridge)
(chorus)
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