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4Th Of July Chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
[I can't fault the guy who submitted the other version, its one way to do it I
guess but I think this is more accurate]

4th of July/Aimee Mann

capo up 3 frets
3/4 time signature

Em   022000
F#m7 242222
G    320033
Bm   X24432
C    X32013
A    x02220
D/F# 2X0232 (you can play a D here and let the bass take the F#)

Intro  Em F#m7 G 2x

F#m7        Bm      G
Today's the 4th of July
Another June has gone by
F#m7          Bm           C           G 
And when they light up our town I just think
       Em          F#m7        G
What a waste of gunpowder and sky

 Em F#m G

F#m7        Bm      G
I'm certain I am alone
In harbouring thoughts of our home
F#m7                Bm        C              G 
It's one of my faults that I can't quell my past
   Em           F#m7       G
I ought to have gotten it gone
   Em           F#m7     G
I ought to have gotten it
         (one beat each) 
A     G    D Em D/F# Bm           Em    A       G
Ooh baby I wonder if when you are older some   day
you'll wake up and say "My God I should have told her what would it take?
But now here I am and the world's gotten colder
       G                 F#m7        G       F#m7 G
And she's got the river down which I sold her 

F#m7        Bm      G
So that's today's memory lane
With all the pathos and pain
F#m7                 Bm             C            G 
Another chapter in a book where the chapters are endless
Em          F#m7       G
And they're always the same
A verse and a verse and refrain


     G                  F#m7         G     
And she's got the river down which I sold her 

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geoffbaz 41 Oct 27, 2013 03:03 PM

Pretty sure the intro is G-A-G.
Other than that, pretty good!

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docweasel 916 May 31, 2014 02:45 PM

Well I'm positive sure you're wrong. Check the bass notes, that's the best way to figure out the root of the chords, then a note at a time you can figure out the other qualities. Those are 2 minor and one major chord, certainly not 3 major chords. Anyone with half an ear could tell you that, go ask a musician.

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briaboy 10 Apr 14, 2017 05:57 PM

Yup, it's wrong. See her play it!


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