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Gone chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Couldn't find a tab for this excellent song off the "Breakaway" album anywhere else,
so here's my attempt.  Been playing for awhile but don't know all the exact chord names
and lingo so forgive me if something's not clear.  I'll do my best!  Verse chords have
a very distinct strumming pattern so play along with the recording to get a feel for
that rhythm.

Verse

Dm / Gm / C / Dm

Chorus

F / C / Gm / Dm / C

F / C/ (*)C over C# / Gm / F / C / (*)C over C#

Bridge 

Dm / A / Bb / C

Prechorus [Barre chords seem to give best notes for picking this]

Dm / Bb / A

(*) Not sure if that's right chord name but there is a change in just the bass note
from C to C#

Also, the bit at the end uses the same chord progression as the Verse but is strummed
different with quicker changes.  Again, listening to the recording will help you get a
feel for that.  Peace!

            
            
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Rooftopguitar 10 Mar 21, 2006 03:48 AM

A C major chord would be C-E-G. With that in mind, if you are only changing the bass note to C#, then you have C#-E-G. This is called a C# diminished chord.

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f1f2 774 Jun 01, 2006 09:23 PM

quite good, other chords are right, though. good job.

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f1f2 774 Sep 01, 2006 01:45 AM

pls if youll rated this 4-5 stars then please rate mine's as well/ tnx vm

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