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Life Is Strange - End Credits Max And Chloe Tab

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Intro

  • Most tabs of this songs are too simple, with only D chord.
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Most tabs of this songs are too simple, with only D chord. Was this info helpful? Yes No
The song's base is this a D chord playing like this: 

e|-------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----------------3-------------------------------------------|
G|------2------2-------2-------2-------------------------------|
D|--0------0---------------0-----------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------|

But, most tabs don't say that it does change some times to a G chord, and later a E and E dim (with F#).


Verse 1:

e|---3-----2---0----2-----2-----0-----------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------3--/---3---0----(3)------|
G|-------------------------------------------------------/--2-|
D|------------------------------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------|
                 D arpeggio             /  G arpeggio ↓  /  D

              
You can play the melody on the same guitar or with another one. If you are playing 
everything on the same guitar, learn the rhythm to play the melody coordinated with the chords.
(Listen a few times to original song to know exactly how it should sound)
When you get to the / / you change the chord from D (written above) to G ↓ :

e|-------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------0---------------------------------------|
G|--------0--------0------0---------0--------------------------| x2
D|-------------0---------------0-------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---3---------------------------------------------------------|


Verse 2:

e|---3-----2----5---------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------3---2------3--/--3-----0----(3)--/-------|
G|---------------------------------/------------------/--2----|
D|------------------------------------------------------------|
A|------------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------|

Again, when you get to the / you change the chord to G ↑


Chord:

e|----------0---2--/---------0---2---/----------/--0--/--2-/---|
B|---0---3---------/------3----------/---0---3--/-----/----/---|
G|-----------------/---2-------------/----------/-----/----/-2-|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------|
         D         /        D        /    D     / em /Edim/  D

Here, with every note you play an arpeggio (D, first one) it only changes in the 2 last notes, 
you play each one once:

Em:

e|--(0)--------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------0---------------------------------------|
G|--------0--------0-------0--------0--------------------------|
D|-------------0---------------0-------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---0---------------------------------------------------------|

Edim:

e|--(2)--------------------------------------------------------|
B|----------------------5--------------------------------------|
G|--------3--------3--------3---------3------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---2---------2----------------2------------------------------|

Afterwards you play D on repeat again, and de melody keeps being the same.

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The chords (Em, G, and Edim) can be played a bit differently than what I wrote, but are basically right.
/ is used to distinguish parts where the chords change
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