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Ride chords

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   Am            C            G            G?
e---0------------0------------3------------3----|
B---1------------1------------0------------0----|
D---2------------0------------0------------0----|    This plays through the
G---2------------2------------0------------0----|    entire song....
A---0------------3------------2------------0----|
E---0------------0------------3------------2----|
       4 beats      4 beats       4 beats      4 beats

Verse 1:
Am     C   G     G?            Am
   You are everything I wanted
      C   G            G?
The scars of all I’ll ever know


Chorus:
     Am                  C
If I told you you were right
           G             G?
Would you take my hand tonight?
     Am                    C
If I told you the reasons why
           G                   G?
Would you leave your life and ride?
        Am C G G?
And ride…

Verse 2:
Am     C   G     G?            Am
   You saw all my pieces broken
      C        G            G?
This darkness that I could never show

Chorus:

End!

At the end of the last chorus just continue to play the chords until you feel that you 
stop....Don't take forever!! Thanks cros2816...

            
            
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Lotte86 94 Oct 03, 2006 07:51 AM

Nice Job! But I think the second G-chord must be a D-chord with a hammering on the G-string.

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granadaza 62 Nov 18, 2006 05:16 AM

I think is 5/6 times each chord and G must be D

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Brennanwoods 10 Dec 01, 2006 03:06 PM

I'm pretty sure its a D/F#
2-0-0-2-3-0

As for the beats per chord it sounds like Am(3 beats), C(3 beats + 3 1/8th notes), G (3 beats), D/F# (3 beats + 3 1/8th notes)

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