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Wise Man Chords

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Mr. Cheeks is here for the chordie enjoyment.

This is a good song with fun chord progression just listen to the song to get the rythem

Chords: C, Em, G, D 

       C      Em     G        D
In the Autumn wind I remember him

       C      Em       G                         D
With a common name but he's the only one in this town

    C        Em              G         D  
Who acts his age when we're all giving in


D  (keep strumming D)         G 
Once was fun will later on be boring


       C    Em              G       D
By the fire light when it's late at night


       C       Em
I can hear him hum


          G                 D
Sings the songs of a merry actor


       C            Em                G           D
He's a colouring in book that's been all coloured in


D(keep strumming D)           G
Once was fun will later on be boring
  

D(keep strumming D)         G
One sun sets another day is dawning


(Heres the fast strumming part)......


    C       D        Em            G      D         
And I won't know, my friends won't know aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!


       C       D         Em       G      D    
To the awkward soul I've lost control aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!



........He's a wise man
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finnllywelyn wrote on October 18 2011, 11:29 am

Nice to see Liam Finn tabs on here. I believe your chord structure is right, but to match the key of the recording, you would need to transpose it down two half steps so that it is Bb-Dm-F-C . (Alternatively -- and I think this sounds more like the recording -- put a capo on fret 3 and transpose down 5 half steps, so that you are playing G-Bm-D-A with the capo on.) On the "fast strumming" part, I believe the first D chord (at the words "know" and "soul") should be a B chord. The ending/fadeout strums on D for a while and then has a Dm-F-A (or possibly A7) progression and ends on a Dm chord. Thanks.

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