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Song Of Good Hope chords

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Song: Song of Good Hope
Artist: Glen Hansard
Album: Rhythm and Repose
Tabbed by: Jon Ransom

Most of the leg work has been done by other people on this but I'll put up my tab based on Glen
playing this song live and videos I've seen online of him playing it.  This is 99% 
accurate.  There is 
just one small part I haven't totally figured out and it's the third/fourth chord Glen uses in the
beginning intro and bridge.  Well, fair play, cheers all, and Gra mor!  Commence to singing with 
your whole hearts!

Chords Used:
e |----3--------0-------3---------0----------|
b |----0--------0-------1---------0----------|
g |----2--------5-------0---------0----------|
d |----0--------5-------3---------2----------|
a |----0--------0-------0---------0----------|
e |----3--------5-------0---------0----------|
     Gadd2     Am9     Fadd9      A7sus2/E

Intro: G,  Gadd2 (hammer on 2nd fret/3rd string)  Am9

Verse 1:
G                                                                                       Am9
Well if we're gonna make cross this river alive
                                                                  D7                           G  
you need to think like a boat and go with the tide
                                                                                              Am9 
and I know where you've been, it's really left you in doubt
                                                                 D7                       G
of ever finding a harbour or figuring this out
                                          Fadd9                                  A7sus2/E
and you're gonna need all the help you can get
                                             Am7 D7                 Am7 D7
so lift up your arms now and reach for it
                              Am7  D7   G
and reach for it

Chorus:
G
and take your time babe it's not as bad as it seems
                   Am9
you'll be fine babe, it's just some rivers and streams in between
 D7                      G
you and where you wanna be

G
and watch the signs now
                                                                                        Am9
you'll know what they mean you'll be fine now

just stay close to me and may good hope
D7                                                           G 
walk with you through ev'rything

Am9             
La la la  la da de da

(Verse 2: live recorded version only)
But if we're gonna make it through this trouble tonight
Keep that truth in your mouth cutting through like a knife
and I know where you've been has really left you in doubt
of ever finding a harbour of figuring this out
and we're gonna need all the help we can get
so lift up your arms now and reach for it
and reach for it

G
and take your time babe it's not as bad as it seems
                   Am9
you'll be fine babe, it's just some rivers and streams in between
 D7                      G
you and where you wanna be

G
and read the signs now
                                                                                        Am9
you'll know what they mean you'll be fine now

just stay close to me and may good hope
D7                                                           G 
walk with you through ev'rything
                                Am9
may the song of good hope
D7                                                             G    Gadd2  G   Gadd2   End on G
walk with you through ev'rything

            
            
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jrlund 10 Jul 26, 2015 07:56 AM

The 3rd chord of the intro is that D chord played at the fifth fret get that sound of sliding up from the A.

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