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1973 Chords

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                        1973 - James Blunt
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Tabbed by: Barry Miles

Weird chords:
F#m7/E - 042222       Dmaj9   - X57655
C#7/E# - X86667       A6      - X02222
E/G#   - 422100       Esus4   - 022200
E#dim7 - 123131       Asus2/4 - X02430

Intro:
F#m    F#m7/E   D       A      E (x2)

Verse:
  F#m                  F#m7/E                D                  A     E
Simone, you're getting older, your journey's been etched on you skin
  F#m              F#m7/E                     D                    E  C#7/E#
Simone, wish I had known that, what seemed so strong, has come and gone

Chorus:
        F#m
I would call you up every Saturday night
         F#m7/E
And we'd both stayed out 'til the morning light, and we sang 
D             A       E/G#
 "Here we go again"
           F#m
And though time goes by, I will always be
     F#m7/E
In a club with you in 1973
D                     A      E/G#
 Singing "Here we go again"

Verse:
Simone, wish I was sober, so I could see clearly now, the rain is gone
Simone, I guess it's over, my memory plays out to the same old song

Chorus

Bridge:
Dmaj7  Bm   A    E
Ah...
Dmaj7  Bm   E    E#dim7
Ah..

Chorus

Outro:
           Dmaj9
And though time goes by I will always be       
     A6               Esus4    E       A     Asus2/4  A    Asus2/4...
In a club with you in nineteen seventy three
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barfrog wrote on June 23 2010, 01:40 pm

inb4 people who say theres no such thing as e#, in this context the e# is correct

Very good job by the way, barre chords sound better IMO but thats just how i roll :p

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russell98 wrote on March 21 2015, 05:07 pm

E/G# is a b*****d of a chord XD. But you get away with just playing E! Awesome tab tho!!! :)

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