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City Girl chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
I'm not positive about the chord I marked as A*, and there are also a few words in the 
I just couldn't make out. Please let me know of any mistakes.

Chords used:
G   (320003)
C#m (446654)
E   (022100)
A*  (200200)
A   (002220)
E7* (020130)
Bm  (224432)


G        C#m          E          A*
Free to learn that's why I love you

A              E7*             Bm
You're always, you're wonderful

          G     C#m    E     A*
I wanted you, I do, I do, I do

G     C#m    E    A*
City girl I know you

A     E7*                  Bm
City girl, you're beautiful

        G     C#m    E     A*
I love you, I do, I do, I do

G        C#m     E         A*
I could love all day or two

A     E7*                  Bm
City girl, you're beautiful

        G     C#m    E     A*
I love you, I do, I do, I do

G     C#m    E    A*
City girl I know you

A     E7*                  Bm
City girl, you're beautiful

        G     C#m    E     A*
I love you, I do, I do, I do

            
            
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shinyps1 52 Jan 16, 2014 05:02 AM

Nice tab, it sounds decent. It's troubling getting the exact same effect though...

I find strumming the G and the A as power chords as it sounds closer to the original.

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augustuslethargus 10 Sep 20, 2015 06:50 PM

Great song, very good tab. I agree with shinyps1 that a G doesn't quite capture the sound; a power G or (3554xx) seems more appropriate. I think the A* is (002020) or (302020). Playing on an acoustic this chord sounds better. Also add that E chord, in the official video, is played normally initially, and then changes slightly to a (022130). Nothing huge, really just a little flourish, but that sounds like how it is played.

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rustyburrito55 40 Nov 09, 2016 03:27 PM

I started playing (320200) where the A* goes and it seeems to work really well.

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