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So Have I For You chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
here are the chords for 'so have i for you'. i tabbed it from the unplugged version, 
there you here the guitar very clearly. i didn't tab it very precisely but if you listen to 
song you'll hear how you gotta play the chords. it's very easy.

for reactions you can always mail me: jasnijntje007@hotmail.com

i thought she uses these chords during the whole song:

Bb          D        G      E

Sometimes the second guitar plays this melody while the first guitar goes on with the chords:

E--0--------2-------3------0--------------------------------------|
B----4------3-------4------0--------------------------------------|
G------4----2-------5------1--------------------------------------|
D-----------0-------5------2--------------------------------------|
A-------------------3------2--------------------------------------|
E-------------------3------0--------------------------------------|

            
            
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halalbob 10 Sep 06, 2011 12:03 PM

This is taken from the CD version.

The verse and first part of the chorus uses these chords:

B - D - G - E

Then it turns into a chorus, using these chords

B - A - E - G
B - F - E - G

Then later there is a solo piece, using these chords:
B - Gb - D - A - Gb - E

There probably more to it than this, but at least its more correct than the above version.

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