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Learn To Fly Chords

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FooFighters
Josh,suburbmag@hotmail.com
Im am definitely not a great guitarist but i cant understand why know one can tab a song correctly. The other tab for this is close but transposed up i think

Foo Fighters
Learn to Fly

So simple just listen to string that plays bass note

Intro
B(slide to)C#, E(7th fret)  *all power chords

Verse
B,C#,E (let E and B strings ring open)

Chorus(same as intro)
G                A
Make my way back home....

Bridge

Fly along...
B, G, A, Emaj, G, A

Thats it

Chords
B x2(4)4xx and x24400
C# x4(6)6xx and x46600
E x7(9)9xx and x79900
Emaj 022100
A 577(6)xx
G 355(4)xx


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Mista Vanilla wrote on August 24 2003, 12:00 am

apparently its not as simple as you thought... it goes b slide to c# then e minor not the 7th fret e

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jawhitak wrote on January 13 2008, 07:31 am

you could not understand why it wasn't tabbed correctly so you posted your own incorrect version?

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Studio Guy 2009 wrote on August 24 2009, 12:26 pm

Clearly not one person who (Tabbed) this. (Don't even get me started on that - IT'S CHORDS NOT TAB) Has actually heard this song!!
CLEARLY it's as below

Intro B, F#, E

With this riff:

Which is basically a run of octave power chords, with a bend at the end!

Slide [Bend / Bend ] Slide down to
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---9-9-9-9-/-11-11-11--(12)-(11)--11-/-9---------------- x2
---x-x-x-x-/--x--x--x---(x)--(x)---x-/-x----------------
---7-7-7-7-/--9--9--9---(9)--(9)---9-/-7----------------

Verse:

B, F#, E

Chorus:

(It's basically the same, apart from the minor.)

B, F#m, E (First guitar playing open chords, second guitar plays a bit more chunky) x3

G, A, B

Mid 8:

B, G, D, E, G, A X2

At the end, the chorus goes round a few time with:

G, A, E, (Quick root note change to F# before you play it twice more)

Whole thing ends on B before you play B 7th Fret, E 7th Fret, F# 9th Fret

Obviously this isn't exact, But it's closer than above.

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