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A Murder Of One Chords

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                         Counting Crows - A Murder Of One
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I'm pretty sure this is the correct tab for this song, feel free to e-mail me any 
though.

The timing's on the chord changes aren't perfect, but I'm sure you'll be able  to figure 
out if you listen to the song.

I'll do the first verse and chorus, and the song continues with the same chords each 
and chorus all the way through.


Capo 4th Fret

Intro: D, Dsus2, G   x  2

    A                                 G
Blue morning blue morning wrapped in strands of fist and bone
A                                    G
Curiosity, kitten, Doesnt have to mean youre on your own
        A
You can look outside your window
   G
He doesnt have to know
       A
We can talk awhile, baby
        G
We can take it nice and slow


         D              Dsus2         G
All your life is such a shame, shame, shame
         D              Dsus2         G
All your love is just a dream, dream, dream

End on D
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440a wrote on May 24 2007, 07:59 pm

Joel, have you worked out the 'I dreamt I saw you walking up a hillside in the snow. Casting shadows on the winter sky as you stood there
Counting crows"

I've been trying to knock out that part for a while.

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