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Losing It Chords

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the other tab i saw for this song was the right chords, but not the right version of the chords. 
the song is capo 5 and the chords(in relation to the capo) are...


 D   (xx0232)
 Bm  (xx0432) 
 G   (xx0433)

now the order for the verses are as follows, d, a/c#, bm, g

but the order for the chorus is bm, g, d, a/c#

and the little part after the chorus is g, a/c#, bm, d

using the capo and these chords give it that uke sound that you hear in the song. 
also im not sure of the name of the a/c# chord, but the fingering that i gave is correct.

thanks! this song is amazing
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fattestpenguin wrote on June 17 2009, 01:50 pm

The chord names are correct in relation to the capo.., but since it isn't played open then they have different names.

The D is actually a G, D6sus4/G, or Bm#5/G.

The A/C# is a GM7sus2, or A13sus4/G.

The Bm is a G6, Em/G, or Bsus4#5/G.

And the G is a G6sus4, Em#5/G, or C/G.

The only reason i point this out is so that it is easier to harmonize on open strings for another player with the properly named chords. Great job on the tab though, it's a great song!

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Kateigh wrote on June 25 2009, 09:43 pm

Sounds fine to me. Supposedly the A/C# thing you guessed on is Dmaj7sus2. Wow, that's a long name. But it works! Thanks for the tabs!

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