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Smile chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
this is 99% correct. 

Am/C        x-3-x-2-1-0 (dave plays it like this but it sounds much more fuller
                            if you play it like this x-3-2-2-1-0)
Am          x-0-2-2-1-0
Am7         x-0-2-0-1-0
C           x-3-2-0-1-0
Cmaj7       x-3-2-0-0-0
Dm          x-x-0-2-3-1
Em7         0-2-2-0-3-0
F           x-3-3-2-1-x
Fmaj7       x-3-3-2-1-0
Fsus2       x-3-3-0-1-x
Fmaj7sus2   x-3-3-0-1-0
G1          3-2-0-0-0-x
Gadd9       3-x-0-2-x-x
G2          3-x-0-4-x-x
Gadd11      3-2-0-0-1-x
Am/C            Cmaj7           Am/C           Cmaj7                         
    Would this    do       to   make   it all  right    
Am/C              Cmaj7                Am/C           Cmaj7
while sleep has   taken   you  where   I'm   out of   sight. 

Dm              Em7        F    Fsus2     F    G1       
I'll make my   getaway   time     on      my   own
Dm             Em7             Fmaj7     Fsus2    Fmaj7     G1    Gadd9
Search for a   better way to   find       my       way     home    to 
G2        A/C
your     smile.

Repeat verse and chorus

[Bridge]  Fmaj7  -  Fmaj7sus2  -  Fmaj 7  -   Fmaj7sus2
          Am   -   Am7  -   Am  -   Am7
          Fmaj7  -  fmaj7sus2  -  Fmaj7  -  Fmaj7sus2
          Gadd11   -   G1  -  Gadd11  -  G1

The walkup and down at the end of the bridge are these notes:
G-A-B-C-B-A-G-G-G-F-E-D-C  (starting on the G string)

repeat verse and chorus twice... song ends on C

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Cbswe 91 Aug 01, 2006 06:50 AM

Am/C = C6

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captainooo 51 Aug 02, 2007 01:07 PM

True! But I prefer to say Am/C because it's less confusing. Am/C is just a first inversion Am, which is C-E-A. C6 however, contains four notes C-E-G-A. And the chord played in the song doesn't not contain the G note. Therefore it's not truly a C6 chord. It is only implied. The three tones being played are A-C-E, which is an Am. Which is why I prefer Am/C. It's confusing to say C6 because you're not playing the G note.

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captainooo 51 Aug 02, 2007 01:11 PM

Another way of looking at is Am7/C. C6 and Am7 are the same chord with a different bass. C6 = C-E-G-A. Am7 = A-C-E-G. Which is why music theory causes so much confusion.

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