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Still Together Chords

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Here´s the tab for the wonderful song "Still together" off Mac DeMarco´s second album, "2".
This song is pretty straight forward. Just a note on the A/F-chord; use your thumb 
for the bass and put a barre on the lowest strings.

Verse:

 C#m7 G#m7 F#m7  E 
 -4-  -4-  -2-  -0- 
 -5-  -4-  -2-  -0- 
 -4-  -4-  -2-  -1-  
 -6-  -4-  -2-  -2-  
 -4-  -6-  -4-  -2- 
 -x-  -4-  -2-  -0- 

Progression:

C#m7 - G#m7 - F#m7 - E -F#m7 - E - F#m7 - E -E

Chorus:

  E   Em+7 A/F
 -0-  -0-  -x-
 -0-  -0-  -2-
 -1-  -0-  -2-
 -2-  -1-  -2-
 -2-  -2-  -0-
 -0-  -0-  -2-

Progression:

E - Em+7 - A/F - Em+7 - A/F - Em+7 - E

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AndriusG wrote on February 21 2013, 01:18 pm

Almost perfect, except in the intro and verse, it should be a B7 with the following fingering

instead of the E (so the progression in the intro is C#m7 - G#m7 - F#m7 - B7 - F#m7 - B7 - F#m7 - B7 - B7. I think that same B7 should replace your Em+7 in the chorus although I can't hear it very clearly.

One more thing – the guitar should be downtuned half a step if you want to play it in the original key of C minor.

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AndriusG wrote on February 21 2013, 01:19 pm

Argh, for some reason my chord diagram disappeared.

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AndriusG wrote on February 21 2013, 01:21 pm

Let's try it like this –

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