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My Ladys House chords

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Capo 2
Am      F*      C       G

0       X       X       3
1       0       1       0
2       0       0       0
2       3       2       0
0       3       3       2
X       1       X       3


Am F* C x4

         Am          F*     C     
There is light in my lady’s house
            Am            F*      C
And there’s none but some falling rain
 Am         F*     C
Less like a spoken word
       Am            F*       C
She is more than her thousand names

G                     F*
 No hands are half as gentle
C                    G
Firm as they like to be
Am                       F*
Thank god you see me the way you do
Strange as you are to me.

Bridge - As Intro and Chorus

      Am         F*     C 
It is good in my ladies house
        Am             F*   C
And the shape that her body makes
Am        F*      C
Love is a fragile word
       Am         F*      C
In the air on the length we lay

G                     F*
 No hands are half as gentle, or,
C                    G
Firm as they like to be
Am                        F*
 Thank God you see me the way you do
C                     G
Strange as you are to me.

Outtro - As Intro

Use lots of palm muting and hammer-ons in this song, especially in the C and G with your
middle finger. Never strum the full chord, just hit a couple of strings at a time. Enjoy

--tabbed by Christopher

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photoslut 10 Sep 13, 2008 11:54 PM

I think in between playing the F* chord and the C chord, he plays the E string 1st fret, then D open, then A open.

hope that helps!

anyone got any ideas for what other little tricks he does to make it sound like it does, other than the obvious hammer on in C with your middle finger?

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church773 411 Jun 06, 2009 02:21 PM

i play this song slapping the strings down alot with my plucking hand , mostly in the c chord but i go like Am, bass note to the octave note, then go to the f and do that little thing into the c photoslut said then hammeron with middle finger and imediately slap the strings with my plucking hand, strum a bit then hammer on again and repeat. that probably makes no sense but thats the best i can explain it

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psmithinoz 10 May 27, 2013 07:04 PM

I think the capo should be on 3 rather than 2. That seems to work with the version on Norfolk.

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