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Tusk chords

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Fleetwood Mac - Tusk
Lyndsey Buckingham
Album - The Dance

Drop D tuning and CAPO on 5th fret

chords relative to capo:

DADGBe   DADGBe    DADGBe   DADGBe
x02210   x20000    x22100   000xxx
 Am        Em7       E       H?*

(H?* is a chord name i have given this one, i don't know if it even exists, but it
does now, and sounds right.)

Intro:
 
 Am x 2


Verse: 

Am
Why don't you ask him if he's gonna stay?

Am                              Em7   E Am
Why don't ask him if he's going away?   

Am
Why don't you tell me whats going on?

Am                                   Em7  E Am
Why don't you tell me who's on the phone?

Bass solo

Verse 2:

Am 
Why don't you ask ask him what's going on?

Am                                          Em7   E 
Why don't you ask him who's latest on his throne?

Chorus: ( Don't say that you love me....)
 
Am Am Em7 Am / Am Em7 Am Am / Em7 Am Em7 E Em7 Am
 
Am Em7 Am Am / Em7 H? Em7 E/ 
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DarrenJag 104 Jun 21, 2014 04:44 AM

Your "H" is actually just a D5 (D power chord), by the way.
H already exists, anyway (German B).

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