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25 Or 6 To 4 Chords

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[Verse 1]

         Am                          F  E
        Waiting for the break of day
         Am                          F  E
        Searching for something to say
         Am                          F  E
        Flashing lights against the sky
         Am                          F  E
        Giving up I close my eyes
         F                             C
        Sitting cross-legged on the floor
         G         F
        25 or 6 to 4


[Verse 2]

        Staring blindly into space
        Getting up to splash my face
        Wanting just to stay awake
        Wondering how much I can take
        Should I try to do some more
        25 or 6 to 4


[Verse 3]
        
        Feeling like I ought to sleep
        Spinning room is sinking deep
        Searching for something to say
        Waiting for the break of day
        25 or 6 to 4
        25 or 6 to 4
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Kurt1964 38,682 wrote on February 28 2009, 10:32 pm

during the solo in the middle of the song play...
Am G F

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nessajane 107 wrote on October 5 2011, 12:56 am

I find that if you play Am C F E throughout it sounds much better.

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eatunison 11 wrote on January 27 2013, 01:05 pm

The bass line during the verses goes A - G - F# - (F - E), but the correct chords that follow that bass line are Am - Am7 - Am6 - (Fmaj7 - E7). Also, the last time through at the very end of the song, those chords are changed to D9 - Cm - B6 - Bb6 - A6flat5, retarding speed as you approach the very last chord. The ending is less important to learn than how to play those Am, Am7, Am6 chords with the correct bass notes played on the sixth string. See if you can figure it out!

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