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As Tall As Cliffs chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Capo 1

listen to song for strumming, in the intro
theres a pattern linking the F and dm7 that
goes kindof like :-


C G F Dm7

C                       G
I tell tales tall as cliffs
You've got a lisp
               Dm7             G
Kid, those things are hard to miss
C                          G                  F
When you're drunk you just make love, honey please
            Dm7              G
Like you've got somewhere to be

(strum quietly)
C                         G
But I can't bear to hear the things about last year
           F             Dm7      G
I've been up all night, up all night
C                          G
And I can't bear to hear the things about last year
           F             Dm7     G
I've been up all night, up all night

(same chords)

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josiejump 21 Oct 16, 2006 11:16 AM

the whole of the lyrics were on there but they deleted it, its the same chords the whole way through :D

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l4nc3r 10 May 09, 2007 04:05 PM

This is one way to play it, but I'd say the way it's played on the demo is half a step down, and the progression is D A (with a suspended note in there) G (here a nice little bass run) Em (and add the would be D and G (fret the third fret on the high e and B strings with your right and pinky)) Bah! I suppose I should just write another tab >.

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mapeterz 537 Oct 05, 2007 12:02 AM

I do agree that when i was trying to figure out how it was played before looking on here, i thought it was a D shape.. with some sort of capo.. but then i realised after messin around for 5 mins that it might have been a step down. I've not tried it yet, but it seems a pretty reasonable assumption.

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