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High Tide Or Low Tide Chords

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This song is an easy/fun song nice to do a little duet action and then get
some action if you know what i mean...

But anyway its standard tuning no capos or anything so here it goes...
i dont know some of the names of these chords and i dont want to learn em
so bare with me


    F  C  Dm A  A#m Cm F


Dm->A->Dm->...The End of The Bridge goes Dm->A#m->C (then Go to Chorus)

For the most part jack is doin the rhythmic guitar and ben is doin the melody/solos
mess around with the scales and youll be able to hang in there with the best of em..

Heres the lay out

Intro 2x
Verse 1
Verse 2
solo/fade out

Yes in high seas or in low seas,
I'm gonna be your friend,
You know that I'm gonna be your friend.
And listen in high tide and in low tide,
I'll be by your side,
You know that ill be by your side.

Verse 1
Well I heard her praying, praying, praying mmmm.
I heard my mother and she was praying in the night.
And the words that she said, they still linger in my head,
She said "a child is born into this world...He needs protection."
"God guard and protect us, when were wrong please correct us."
"(And stand by me in these...)" Bridge

Verse 2
I said i heard my mother she was cryin, cryin in the night
And the tears that she shed, they still linger in my head,
She said "A child is born into this world...He needs Protection"
"God guard and protect us, when we're wrong please correct us."
"(And Stand by me in these...)" Bridge
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AcoustiGreg 61 wrote on September 24 2005, 06:46 pm

incomplete! unclear, inaccurate, etc.

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Momentary 10 wrote on January 11 2008, 07:00 am

Yeah.... First, There is no such thing as A#m. What you are looking for there is B. The chord you call A#m is not a
minor nor an A. It's just B. There is also and A7 in the verse/chorus and a Gm in the bridge. And your Cm is an F.
Horrible job.

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gatorh84 11 wrote on August 10 2010, 10:29 pm

I dont know about this song but there definitely is such thing as an A#m!

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