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Fool Chords

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Drop D

INTRO:

e-----------------------------|
B-----------------------------|
G-----------------------------|
D-------0-----------0---------|
A-----0---0-7-9---0---0-1-3---|
D---0-----------0-------------| X2

C#                         A                 B
Since my own arrogance has knocked my off my feet again
When you know I'm crawling to you as fast as I can
First teach me to walk and then I'll learn to dance for you
Like an honest clumsy clown tripping along the way

Bbm                           F#
'cause I am reaching for you, but my arms aren't long enough
Bbm                      F#
And I am running to you, If I go a little faster
Bbm                     F#
And I am crying to you, But I can't hear my own voice
                        F#m
And I am waiting for you, And trying not to fall asleep now

C#
and I am clumsily dancing away this fear
Bbm
I am stumbling closer to you and I am
F#
Tumbling over my pride
F#m                  C#
I will be a fool for you

Same chords:
What are you thinking as you look down on me
Are you frustrated with my inconsistency
Or intrigued that I can find the will to get back on board
Maybe all of this is simply amusing

'cause I am reaching for you, But my arms aren't long enough
And I am running to you, If I go a little faster
And I am crying to you but, I can't hear my own voice
And I am waiting for you, And trying not to fall asleep
Chorus x 2
Play chorus chords
Chorus x 1 and end with intro tab
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skaap wrote on June 18 2008, 04:40 am

This song is actually played in dropped D tuned half a step down, so the correct tuning would be:

eb
Bb
Gb
Db
Ab
Db

Other than that, the chords are 100% correct.

Just remember, when playing these chords with the guitar tuned 1 semitone down, you must move 1 fret up to where you normally play to get the same chord. (ie F# in dropped d would normally be at 444XXX, but playing 1 semitone down, f# would be at 555XXX)

Feel free to email me if you think that I am incorrect, I would love to know the correct way of playing this: rgiesler@gmail.com

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skaap wrote on June 18 2008, 04:40 am

This song is actually played in dropped D tuned half a step down, so the correct tuning would be:

eb
Bb
Gb
Db
Ab
Db

Other than that, the chords are 100% correct.

Just remember, when playing these chords with the guitar tuned 1 semitone down, you must move 1 fret up to where you normally play to get the same chord. (ie F# in dropped d would normally be at 444XXX, but playing 1 semitone down, f# would be at 555XXX)

Feel free to email me if you think that I am incorrect, I would love to know the correct way of playing this: rgiesler@gmail.com

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