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Leavin Acoustic chords

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Leavin' Acoustic - Jesse McCartney

As played in this video of Jesse McCartney performing his song acoustically on KISS FM 
Johnjay and Rich: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tzv71rz-zo

Tabbed by: BadLuckMonday

Tuning: Standard E


Chords Used:
    A   D   E           E <-- This E chord is played by Rich instead of the
e|--x---x---x---|   e|--0--|   power chord for a fuller sound in the chorus
B|--x---x---x---|   B|--0--|
G|--x---7---9---|   G|--1--|
D|--7---7---9---|   D|--2--|
A|--7---5---7---|   A|--2--|
E|--5---5---7---|   E|--0--|


Intro:   A D E D

Verses:   A D E D

Chorus:  A D E(the 2nd one) D

So basically, that's the whole song. Watch the video to listen for strumming patterns. 
can add little do-da's to spice up the song a bit to make it a little less boring to play haha.

Enjoy! :)
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L.J34N 152 Nov 02, 2008 04:08 PM

thank you so much!

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slpbasketballer 91 Nov 12, 2008 05:08 PM

If you watch the video, there were obviously multiple takes. Sometimes in the video, you can see him playing a standard D, and sometimes he plays it the way your showed. This is true of all the chords.

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alguicho 63 Nov 26, 2008 01:12 PM

Yes, in chorus he play Standard D and Standard A...

But you can play your own way...it's the same thing.

Just feel.

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