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Sunday Afternoon chords

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sunday Afternoon by Alarice

I tabbed this song after watching the video here


Capo 4th Fret. All chords relative to capo.

Intro: Relative to Capo
---4---4-|---0---0-|---0---0-|---0---0-|-----0---0---0-|-----0---0---0-|  (x2)

For the first part of the song, she strums (and palm mutes) the intro instead of 
picking them. Listen and watch the video to figure it out.
Am, Em. Cadd9, D (x2)
For the 2nd D Chord, only play one upstroke and let ring

G, D, Em7, Cadd9 (x2)
For the 2nd Cadd9 Chord, only play one upstroke and let ring

G, D, Em7, Cadd9, G, D, Am7, D

Back to plucking the intro.

Am, Em, Cadd9, D, (xx3211), (x43x20), D

I'm not too sure about the (x43x20) chord used here.

Maybe some one could correct it for me.

First ever attempt at a tab so go easy with the comments.


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kayelle 10 Oct 22, 2010 10:22 PM

Your tab lines are wrong. The little e should be at the top. But other than that, it's really good :)

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kayelle 10 Oct 22, 2010 10:33 PM

oh and the xx3211 is an F chord

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