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Born This Way Tab



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Tabbed by Matthew King at

The song's very simple as it has only 3 chords:

F# = 244322 or X98676
E = 022100 / X79997 / 076454
E/B = 7764XX / 779997

Main Chord Progression for the Entire Song:


This next part is what I came up with to arrange the chorus melody with the chords I just showed. 


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mccull97 wrote on February 25 2011, 05:56 pm

This was great, just a little off key from the original song. I understand...., i had trouble when I was trying 2 figure this out for my self. stil pretty good though

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PriapicPrimate wrote on July 10 2015, 11:59 am

I think the only problem with this really is that the E/B should actually just be a B major.
Some people have suggested Bsus4, which is definitely what the melody's doing, but I reckon I can hear the D# in the synth riff immediately before the vocals come in in the first verse, which would imply the backing's got the major third in it the whole way against the sung E. I'm not certain, though!

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