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The Past Six Years chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Okay, this is my first attempt at putting chords or tabs up so I'll to the best I can 
for yous!
It's not 100% but it's better than what's up now.
Play these chords along and you'll get it easy.

Intro;
C#m, E (Bar Chord on the 7th fret), B , C#m
A , E , B , C#m

Do that twice.

Verse:
C#m, E (Bar Chord on the 7th fret), B , C#m
A , E , B , C#m
C#m, E (Bar Chord on the 7th fret), B , C#m
A , E , G#m

Chorus;

B , E , C#m  x4

Pre-Verse ("So tired" repeated over it);
C#m, E (Bar Chord on the 7th fret), B , C#m
A , E , B , C#m

Verse:
C#m, E (Bar Chord on the 7th fret), B , C#m
A , E , B , C#m
C#m, E (Bar Chord on the 7th fret), B , C#m
A , E , G#m

Chorus;

B , E , C#m x4

Bridge:

C#m , B , E x2
C#m , B , E , B
C#m , B , E

Chorus;

B , E , C#m x4

C#m out.

Over the last chorus there's a little lead part that involves sliding on the b string 
starting at 5th fret going up to 12th it's easy enough to work out so I'm not going to tab it.

            
            
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pottsiieee 10 Dec 19, 2011 03:39 AM

the only thing i know for sure about this song is that there's a capo on the fourth fret and he uses Am, C, G and F chords, but i can't figure it all out, there's a video on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRyDtuohpww

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