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Artist: John Frusciante
Album: Shadows Collide With People
Song: Chances

This song is played and sung very deep, and I like to raise the capo to 2nd or 3rd fret, 
it is hard to sing so deep as John does on this song. But enjoy anyway.

Corrections are most welcome.
Tabbed by Aske Saxe, Denmark
Frodo_baggins15@hotmail.com

Tuning: capo on 1st fret or all chords have a # (e.g. D#m G# C# F# etc.)
Chords used:
C	x32010
G	x5543x
F	x3321x
Am	x02210
Dm	xx0231

Dm    G	     C      F
 This is the time to die
Dm          G        C        F
 I'm not someone on whom to rely
Dm	 G 	 C    Am
 Chances come and chances go
F           G    C
 This is letting go

               Am     F       G
I feel the tightening of the dawn
         Am         F           G
The creation of something I've sung
        Am                 F          G
No one goes back 'cause they're all there
F          G    C
 Are you everywhere

          Am       F        G
Becoming who you think you are
    Am      F        G
In order to do your part

        Am       F         G
In the multi-dimensional scheme
F             G      C
 You'll know what I mean

Dm    G	    C 	  F
 This is the time to die
Dm          G        C        F
 I'm not someone on whom to rely
Dm	 G 	 C    Am
 Chances come and chances go
F           G          C
 This is letting you know

            Am          F   G
I'm almost where I'll never be
             Am      F            G
This cutting off of fare like a string

   Am         F            G
A line that falls to the floor


F           G     C   Am
And I'm not me anymore
F        G     C   Am
 I'm not me anymore
F        G     C
 I'm not me anymore

            
            
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duffmansweenie 54 May 14, 2007 03:25 PM

that f sounds bad, let me figure out what it is

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CamaroJoe 10 May 19, 2013 03:28 PM

Some of those spots where it says "F" I think it's E minor. In places like the intro at the end of the first two lines. And at the beginning of "This is letting go" Still play "F" there. Just use your ear and listen to the song and it should be easy to decipher.

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CamaroJoe 10 May 19, 2013 03:43 PM

Or I could be wrong, I can't quite make it out by ear lol

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