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Sound Of Settling Chords

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So hey this is a more "strum savvy" version of the song for you if you like playing 
pretty much the same idea as the real thing...

Capo 2

Standard Tuning

Verse

   C#m     B/D#  E/A       F#m       A/E
e|--0-------0-----0---------0---------0------|
B|--0-------0-----0---------0---------0------|
G|--4-------4-----1---------2---------6------|
D|--2-------4-----2---------4---------7------|
A|--4-------6-----0---------4---------7------|
E|--0-------0-----x---------0---------0------|

Chorus
      E     E/F#      B      A2/E
e|----0------0--------0--------0-------------|
B|----0------0--------0--------0-------------|
G|----1------1--------4--------2-------------|
D|----2------2--------4--------2-------------|
A|----2------x--------2--------0-------------|
E|----0------2--------0--------0-------------|

That's pretty much what you're looking at, as far as strumming and timing actually goes, 
you can see the B/D# and E/A are closer together, and as you could've guessed those two 
squeezed together take up about as much time as any of the other chords in the verse do.....

And for strumming just give the low E a little tap with your pick or finger before 
the any of the whole chords (save the B/D# and E/A)...

Listen to the CD to get what I'm talking about.  If you don't have the CD I really don't 
what to tell you.

Anyways, have fun with this, feel free to jazz it up and serenade your groupies.

Leftie
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Hexidecimal 93 wrote on July 11 2006, 09:38 pm

Very nice tab, but you can play F#m in place of B/D# and it sounds just as good, and is easier on the chord transfers!

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mattfl39 12 wrote on February 27 2009, 07:12 pm

the chorus can really be just: E, B, F#m, A...it sounds good with a nice, hard, free strumming technique

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fender_girl_20 20 wrote on April 23 2009, 02:25 pm

To mattfl39,
That sounds ok, but personally I think it was easier and better in the first place.
This tab is great, thanks!

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