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Artist: Rahsaan Patterson
Song: Sometimes
Website: www.rahsaan.com

This intro is easy. All you do is hold the following chords
and pick the same constant fingering pattern:

 CHORDS
4 2-2 6 7
2 2-2 4 5
2 2-2 4 5
4 2-2 6 7
2 2-2 4 5
2 4-2 4 5

(E)--4--------4----2--------2----6--------6------7--------7---|
(B)-----2-------------2-------------4---------------5---------|
(G)--------2-------------2-------------4---------------5------|
(D)-----------------------------------------------------------|
(A)-----------------------------------------------------------|
(E)--2-----2-------4-----2-------4-----4---------5-----5------|

Just one thing: on the second chord, the low E string is plucked
on the 4th fret, but quickly goes back to the 2nd fret. I added
this part because if you listen to the song closely, you can hear
how the low E string goes through that progression. The rest is
simple; just use the same chord and take it up to the 4th fret,
then up to the 5th. Also, if you're wondering why you must hold
the D string down on the same frets as the high E since you don't
even touch that string, it's because it's the right chord to play
if you plan on just strumming it instead.

This is just the intro but it is also played during the verses
of the song. If you would like to figure out the pre-chorus and
chorus for us, then I'd praise you.

Keep the soul, ya'll!
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