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These Days Chords

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Capo
5th fret
Title: These Days
Artist: Nico
Album: The Royal Tenenbaums Soundtrack
Author: Jackson Browne
Transcribed By: Matt Cunningham (flaffles@unc.edu)

CAPO V

Chords
C         032010
C/B       022010
Am7       002010
Am7/G     302010
F         133211
Cmaj7     032000
G         320033
Dsus4/G   300233


Add hammer-ons in the descending Bass line to match record.

Its simple:


[Intro:]

C C/B Am7 Am7/G F


[Verse]
C    C/B      Am7  Am7/G  F
I've been out walking
        C  C/B      Am7   Am7/G      F
I don't do too much talking these days
Cmaj7  F
These Days
      F
These days I seem to think a lot
                                  Cmaj7   G  Dsus4/G
about the things that I forgot to do
     C  C/B  Am7  Am7/G F
And all the times I had the chance to


[Chorus]
I've stopped my rambling
I don't do too much gambling these days
these days
These times I seem to think about
how all the changes came about my way
And I wonder if I'll see another highway


[Verse]
I had a lover
I don't think there is another these days
these days
And if I seem to be afraid
to live the life that I have made in song
Its just that I've been losing so long

Da da da da dahhh
da dahhh


[Chorus]
I stopped my dreaming
I won't do too much schemeing these days
these days
These days I sit on corner stones
and count the time in quarter tones to ten

Please don't confront me with my failures
I have not forgotten them
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the piper 2,072 wrote on September 10 2006, 12:14 am

this is good, because it's right.

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ResidentRocker 65 wrote on October 19 2006, 10:58 pm

I think it might be just a minor and not a minor/7 it sounds right to me I dunno.

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eastbay36 516 wrote on November 24 2006, 03:14 pm

it also sounds like the F chord should be something like this
e0
b1
g2
d3
a3
e1

it just sounds like the bottom 'e' string should be open and not on the first fret

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