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Cherry Coloured Funk tab

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Cocteau Twins, Cherry Coloured Funk
Standard tuning
Guitar effects: delay (delay time in pace w/ tempo), reverb, heavy phaser or chorus
Steady tempo, downstrokes only, listen to the song for # of strums

  A7 (5th fret)  C#m7 (4th)      D (5th)         D

   A (9th)         C#m7 (9th)    D(5th or 10th)  D

Bridge (starts around the 1:58 mark)
   Bm (7th)       E (7th)        F#m (5th)       D (5th)

Transition back to Chorus after Bridge: Just keep repeating that last D chord a few more 
bars then go right into the chorus.

The bridge can be hard to discern and I know other people play different chords.
Instead of the F#m, you can also try barring a C#m7 at the 9th fret, which sounds good. 
You could also play the F#m at the 9th fret.

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jhelangley 13 Jul 28, 2015 01:47 PM, edited on July 29 2015, 05:25 pm

If we're gonna nitpick the A in the chorus is a F#m7, but otherwise this is spot on

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PukeBileForever 52 Jun 30, 2016 06:27 PM

I think that 3rd chord you have in the bridge (F#m) should be an A major with the root note on the fifth fret, so played like 577655. Otherwise yeah, great tab!

Also that beginning A7 chord sounds great as a bar chord fingered as 575655.

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