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The Stars Keep Calling My Name Chords

version 1
version 1

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  • Uses input from other users while also not using a capo for simple playing.
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My first tab.  Not 100% sure on this.  Please add corrections or let me know what you think.

Capo - 3

[Chords]

E      0-2-2-1-0-0
G'     3-4-2-3-0-0
F#m    2-4-4-2-2-2
B7      2-2-4-2-4-2
A      5-7-7-6-5-5
G#m    4-6-6-4-4-4
F#m    2-4-4-2-2-2


[Verse] E  G'  F#m  B7

E            G'                     F#m   B7
honey, the stars keep on calling my name
but don't worry, I've told you again and again
when I'm down, you're always the first one to know
skipping town, I'll take you wherever I go


[Chorus] A  G#m  F#m  E

A                  G#m  F#m  E
and I just wanna go
I just wanna go


[Verse]

honey, this town's really taking its toll
but don't worry, I'm all through with feeling this old
when I'm down, you're always the first on my mind
skipping town, let's get out and see what we find


[Chorus] A  G#m  F#m  E

A                  G#m  F#m  E
and I just wanna go
I just wanna go
I just wanna go
I just wanna go
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RodriBrava 10 Jun 29, 2013 10:26 AM

the capo should be placed on the 3rd fret

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jonasahushen 40 Nov 14, 2013 03:49 PM

ya, I think you're right

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tomples 10 Dec 17, 2013 03:02 AM

Yep, the capo should be on 3.
Also, you don't have to put down your pinkie on that tricky g position. It also sounds as if the last chord in each line of the verse is a 7th chord, using the 3rd and 4th fingers to skip the G string

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