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Sun Hotel - You Shake Chords

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I emailed Sun Hotel for some help with playing this song, and they were super 
kind, and sent me this:

 Hey Jesse, 

      Thanks so much for the kind words and i hope to meet you soon at any 
 of the fine chinquapin shows occurring this season. I would be happy to 
 send you the chords and lyrics for you(shake), hope these help.

                A                         C#m
 well of course i don't wanna leave
 you with no way to pay the rent

 (repeat this progression) then hold it on B for the last time twice as long


                      A     E
 I wanna cut it in half

 B then its a walk up to C#m(B->C->C#m)

 like the best king we ever had

 repeat and hold again

 verse is the same story as before

 sames with the next chorus

 i go from B to B7 a 1:31 though

 then it's a walk down from C#m

 (for this part i just usually play the two lowest root chords, this is 
 gonna be ugly but here's what the chords might look like)

  C#m  C   B#    B    A then Am  

E -0---0----0----0--------||
B -0---0----0----0--------||
G -0---0----0----0--------||
D -0---0----0----0--------||
A -11-11---11----10-------||
E -9--8-----7----6--------||

 hope this helps! and thanks so much for the support

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tracerrounds 12 wrote on October 17 2013, 05:25 pm

hi, could someone please explain how to do the last part with the root chords? I'm having a bit of trouble figuring it out.

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