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18 Chords

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Artist: Moby
Title: 18
Album: 18
Tabbed by: Gabo (i_am_dios@yahoo.com)

Play the chord, and then the notes of the chord separately, then the other chord.
For example: play Am (chord), then A E C E A C E C , then G (chord).

The chords are:
Am G Em D
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jrodriguez 0 Sep 05, 2002 08:00 PM

Moby - 18
by Julián Rodriguez (Argentina)
chords@misboludeces.com.ar

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The piano melody of this song goes:

CHORD MELODY (Just the notes)

CM E... G C D E
Bm D... F# B C# D
GM B... E G A B
Em G... B E F# G
DM F#... A D E F#
CM E... G C D E

The melody goes like this:

First note: The 3rd of the chord (E in the first example)
2nd note: The 5th of the chord in a lower octave (G)
3rd note: The tonic (C)
4th note: The 2nd of the scale (D)
5th note: The same as the first note (E)

This is just one of the chords. You'll have to proceed like this
over the whole loop whith all the chords, but don't worry, all the
single notes are detailed in the chart above.
When the second loop arrives, you'll have to play the same, but
you'd add the original chords in a lower octave
Note that the first C chord is in a higher octave than the last one.

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