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Come On Get Higher Chords

version 1
version 1

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Capo
2nd fret
Don't know why the first version of the song has a 5 star rating when it is a B/G 
not an E for the first chord!

Capo 2nd Fret.

Verse:
B/G       C9            G
I miss the sound of your voice
B/G       C9            G
I miss the rush of your skin
B/G       C9            G
I miss the still of the silence
B/G       C9            D
as you breathe out and I breathe in

Pre-Chorus:
C9
if I could walk on water
G
if i could tell you what’s next
Em7
make you believe
D
make you forget

Chorus:

C9
come on get higher
G
loosen my lips
C9
faith and desire
G
and the swing of your hips
C9          G
just pull me down hard
Em7 D
and drown me in love


Second verse and chorus are the same as first.


[Bridge]
Csus2
I feel the pull of your heart
Em7
I taste the sparks on your tongue
G                        D
I see angels and devils and god when you come on

hold on...
Csus
Em7
G
D
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billnye0407 wrote on May 14 2010, 10:25 pm

Nicely done. These are the proper chords. An easy one to play, but nice nonetheless.

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nathanjrb wrote on June 2 2010, 12:55 pm

Does anyone else struggle with the C9? :s

I find it really hard to reach :(

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DJDallasJones wrote on December 11 2010, 10:26 pm

for that C9 try this:

Basically you just need a G chord with a C bass note.

Try mixing this in and out of Oasis "Wonderwall"

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