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For Emma intro tab

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Intro

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Author
The Chords

C/G (332010)
F7/C (x33210)
Em (you know this)


The Intro 

(played in some other parts as well, listen to the song)

e|---3s5s3---3s5s3---------3s5s---------------------|
B|-----------------------------5--3s1----------1----|
G|--------------------------------------1s2-0-------|
D|--------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------|

The Song

Intro- C/G      Em (repeat x2)

C/G          Em
So Apropos...         
...Saw death on a sunny 
C/G
snow. For every
F7/C
life. Forgoe the
C/G
parable. Seek the
F7/C
light. My knees are
C/G
cold.
Em                                                                   C/G   Em
Running home, running home, running home, runniiing hoooome.

C/G                                 Em
Go find another lover...
To bring a, to string
 C/G
along. With all your
F7/C
lies, still very
C/G
lovable, I toured the
F7/G
light. So many
C/G             Em
foreign roads...
                C/G                     Em
For Emma, foreeever ago.

C/G             Em

            
            
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tom-mot 103 Dec 14, 2013 03:24 AM

The Em should be played with a G in the bass

Em/G (322000)

Other than that, this is spot on :)

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