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Dear Marie Chords

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A = (5-x-7-6-5-x)
Asus = (5-x-7-7-5-x)
D = (x-9-7-7-10-x)
F#m = (2-x-4-2-2-x)
E = (12-x-x-13-12-x)
D(alt) = (10-x-x-11-10-x)

*John uses his thumb to play the lower E note on the chords which use it*

Intro/Verses
       A      Asus  D                              A    Asus     A   Asus
Dear Marie,       tell me what it is I used to be x2
                E                                    D(alt)                A    Asus
And if you're further up the road, can you show me what I still can't see?

(Play the same progression for the following 2 verses, except when John says the following, play:

               E                           D(alt)                     A    Asus
Yeah I've got my dream, but you've got a family x2
               F#m                          D                                A    Asus
Yeah I've got my dream, but I guess it got away from me

**Then the breakdown (w/ harmonica), John continually plays the following progression:

A, Asus (for 4 counts of 4, building up)

**(once the drums start)

A, D, A, (F#m, D, A x3)

Here is the (only) current recording/video of John playing this song. Enjoy. It's a great song.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bv-9n1pU7qA
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blok31092 wrote on April 1 2013, 07:31 pm

Chord names are right but the shape you have for the E major is wrong. It's the same shape as your D but slid up 2 frets.

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preston.hau wrote on August 26 2013, 10:25 pm

I'm pretty sure "Asus" is 5x765x . At least that is what I saw from his letterman performance. Otherwise, this helped a lot, thanks!

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preston.hau wrote on August 26 2013, 10:27 pm

My mistake. I think you're right after all.

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