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This is the tab for the song Long Distance Call by Phoenix. However, this is not the CD version, it is the Take Away Show version from a video on Youtube. If you use this tab along with watching the video, you should get the hang of it. This is my first tab so bear with me. CAPO ON 2ND FRET. Finger position in all chords is standard i.e. an E chord in this tab would still be fingered as 022100. The capo just moves all of the chords up a whole step so that technically, the chord E in this tab would actually be an F# 244322, I just write it as E because of the finger positioning. Same goes for A, the chord is technically a B, but with a capo on the 2nd fret it is fingered as 002220. In short, just act as if the capo on the 2nd fret is where the fretboard begins. Below, in addition to the chords on the left, which use a capo, you can play without a capo using the finger positioning on the right. A - 224442 F#/Gbm - 466444 E - 244322 D - 222454 Bm - 446654 D(bar 7th fret) - 779997 C#/Dbm - 668876 A Where to go I had no idea F#/Gbm E D 26.10 was the price to pay F#/Gbm E A F#/Gbm A messed up kid with no ideals at all E I thought A Those 26.10 F#/Gbm I shouldn't give em away E Repeat this until the buildup to the chorus. Listen to the song to get the rhythm of the transition between chords. Bm I'm far gone but your long distance call (slide up)D(bar 7) C#/Dbm Bm And your capi-------------tal letters keep me asking for more A It's never been like that It's never been like that Bm It's never been like that It's never been like that C#/Dbm It's never been like that It's never been like that D(bar 7) It's never been like that It's never been like that, no! Bm I'm far gone but your long distance call (slide up)D(bar 7) C#/Dbm Bm And your capi-------------tal letters keep me asking for more Pretty much the same throughout the rest of the song. The part that goes "Long time, no see Long time, no say" uses the same chords as the buildup to the chorus part. cheers :) alex