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Overgrown Chords

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Lovely tune from James Blake's second album. Playing it on guitar
just about works, strumming softly. The first couple of verses
are just a bassline playing D and A notes, it's neither a D major
nor a D minor chord really.

   D*  Dm7
e -----1-|
B -----1-|
G -7---2-|
D -7---0-|
A -5---0-|
E -------|

D*
And I want you to know
I took it with me
That when things are thrown away
Like they are daily
Time passes in the constant state

                     G
So if that is how it is
        Am                  G
I don't wanna be a star
      F
But a stone on the shore
  Dm7
A door frame in the wall
                  F   Em
When everything's overgrown

D*
But what she really really wanted was my rights and my wrongs
And I wouldn't understand but I would try to play along

       The outro is different, rather than our D*:

             F      Em     Dm7
But what she really really wanted was my rights and my wrongs
(Em)  F           Em  Dm7
And I wouldn't understand but I would try to play along
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connorgrimes3 10 wrote on June 19 2016, 07:39 pm

instead of switching all the way from these two, just add your middle finger to the B string to make it into the Dm7

D* Dm7

e -----1-|
B -----1-|
G -7---2-|
D -7---0-|
A -5---0-|
E -------|

Like so
D Dm7
e -------|
B -----6-|
G -7---7-|
D -7---7-|
A -5---5-|
E -------|

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