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Peer Pressure chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
This song is the most beautiful song i have ever heard. Its off the the Eternal Sunshine 
the Spotless Mind Soundtrack. I love it so much i had to figure out the chords myself. 
song is really easy on piano.


                          E                 A                  Gbm

                          E                 A                  Gbm

(down an octav)  E                 A                  Gbm

                          G#m            A                  Gbm


E          A           Gbm      (4x)

its not too hard if you know how the song goes. tell me if there are any problems.

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mronceaday 10 Jul 26, 2009 11:44 AM

Wow, I was happily surprised that there was a jon brion tab on here. I love this song as well. I think you have the notes right, but try playing it just as an e chord, and then instead of changing to an A and Gbm just change the root note of the E and keep the rest of the strings the same. So play an E, then and E with an A root by dropping your finger off the A string, and then play the E with a Gbm root. Either way, nice job, I wouldn't have figured that out without your tab.

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