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Annie Chords

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James Blunt- Annie
Capo 1st fret (relative to capo)
Standard Tuning

Intro & Verses:
       Em        G     D        C
D|------2--------0--0--0-----2--2--|     Play as many times as necessary.

(note: each chord above is strummed twice; once down and once up.)

   Em   D                  G      C
 Down, Down, will you go down on me

Crescendo on C
Cause Annie you're a star
That's just not going very far
     D                            Em
And all the world will know your name
              D              C
And you'll be famous as you are
Cause I'll sing for you

Repeat Verse progression, Pre-Chorus, and Chorus.

(Not so sure of this part):
  Em  G  D  C
|--2--2--0--3--|    at end of instrumental add a 'D'

Chorus 2x
Verse pattern once and end on Em

**This is my first tab, so go easy. Although I'm pretty sure that it is right except for 
one part where I mentioned that I'm not so sure of. Please rate my tab and tell me how 
did, and correct me if I'm wrong! Listen to song to know when to change chords...it's not hard.
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Mig-El wrote on May 29 2008, 02:34 pm

Your tab is correct except that instead of a G in the instrumental part, you should play an A (Bb actually for the capo) ;)

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musical_latina wrote on May 29 2008, 11:34 pm

thanks...I'll change it...soon. (When I feel less lazy.) =P

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hassan_d11 wrote on May 31 2008, 01:17 pm

Hey your tab notation ledger is wrong.I mean the arrangement of notes must be opposite.
An Em chord will be shown like this:
0 E
0 B
0 G
2 D
2 A
0 E

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