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Cathedrals Chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Who cares who made this. Give me credit or not, but I'm not the one who wrote the song 
it doesn't really matter. Credit goes to Jump Little Children, and this is what I think 
song is played like...and after hearing it, you might too.

Capo the 2nd fret.

For intents and purposes (I know these aren't the exact names of chords) we shall call 
chords simplistically short names:
C   x32000 (modify this as you play only hitting the open strings SOMETIMES)
C*  x34000 (this is the little jump in sound that occurs throughout the verse)
G   320033
E   020100
Am  002210
D   000232


Verse:
C                C*
In the shadows of tall buildings

C                C*
Of fallen angels on the ceilings

C                C*
Oily feathers in bronze and concrete

G             E
Faded colors, pieces left incomplete

Am                     D
The line moves slowly past the electric fence

G                  E
Across the borders between continents


Chorus/Refrain:
Am                   D
In the cathedrals of New York and Rome

G                  E
There is a feeling that you should just go home

Am                   D                           C           C*
And spend a lifetime finding out just where that is

I hope you enjoy this. I think it's pretty accurate.
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ohthatsgood 175 Apr 28, 2008 12:09 PM

this is the easiest to play and closest to the track i have. thanks!

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blindingsheen 31 May 25, 2008 01:28 PM

i think this is mostly right, but i think the verse should definitely go:
C C*
G C
C C*
G E

(all i added was that first G)
also, i think the E in the chorus sounds better as an E rather than an E7 as you have listed. other than that, it sounds great.

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jamesh122 10 Dec 08, 2008 04:23 AM

I agree with blindingsheen... definately a G instead of a C for the 'Of fallen angels' bit of the verse

Plus in the chorus, play Em or Em7 instead of the E

Great job otherwise!

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