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Fix You - Yellowcard
Album : Southern Air
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Tuning: d, B, G, D, A, E


Just figure out the timing and strumming. :)

Intro/Verse:

d|--0---0----------|
B|--3---3---3---3--|
G|--2---2---4---2--|
D|------x---4---2--|
A|------4---2------|
E|-----------------|
    D D/C# Bm Asus

Chorus:

d|--0---0------------|
B|--3---3---3---(2)--|
G|--0---0---2---(2)--|
D|--0-------2---(2)--|
A|--x---x------------|
E|--3---2------------|
    G  G/F# Asus A        (Strum chord A just once at the end of the chorus)


Bridge

d|--0--0--0-----|
B|--3--3--3--3--|
G|--2--0--2--2--|
D|-----------2--|
A|-----x--------|
E|-----3--------|
    D  G  D  Asus

For the final chorus, just play the riff for chorus.

And that's all! :D
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natedoggld182 wrote on April 22 2013, 09:17 pm

If it's in drop D, then how are you supposed to play the G chord? Answer: It's played in standard tuning. Other than that, I like it.

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natedoggld182 wrote on April 23 2013, 03:26 pm

Disregard my comment, I apologize. For some reason I read your tuning wrong and though you said it was in drop D. Five Stars!

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clvr wrote on June 28 2013, 06:01 am

I've never seen a tuning with the first string tuned down...is it really played that way? With the high e tuned down to a high d? I don't wanna jerk, I'm just askin' :)

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