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Half Moon Chords

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Iron and Wine
Half Moon
DAGDAD
Capo second fret

There are really just three chords throughout the whole song
With some added hammer-ons and slides.

D--------0------0---|
A--------0------0---|
G--------0------0---|
D-4------5------2---|
A-5------x------x---|
D-0------5------2---|
  * Throughout the song he slides from two to four
  

If you listen to the Album version it's hard to get the feel.
He plays it acoustic here 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6uqDhJeRtc&feature=related
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jh029s wrote on February 19 2011, 05:23 pm

This was the lazy way out. If you take the time to post something do it right.

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kman55 wrote on March 19 2011, 09:21 pm

I don't think it was the lazy way out, the tab's pretty close to right. You don't need to tab the whole thing out, the basis to it is there.
I would slightly change the second chord (A) to: fifth fret on both the E and A string; and the third chord (F#) to: second fret on both the E and A string.

And as a sidenote, I was listening to the acoustic version to compare it: from NPR's tiny desk series http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nT911jkWEo

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oXygEn_WaSteR wrote on March 30 2011, 03:08 pm

@jk029s, this song's easy to play, these are just the chords, wasn't gonna waste my time tabbing every note when you could easily figure the little shit out yourself. And you're takin the easy way out by going onto a tabsite, rather than tabbing it by ear.

@kman, ya after I posted this tab I started to play it the way you recommended. I just posted this to give people the general idea of the tuning and chords, give them a base to start at and translate it their own way.

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