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Sunrise Chords

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Norah Jones

By: Jt$BillzYall

This song is actually much simpler than the other ways up here. I watched some live
and the guitar player plays this song with a capo on the 3rd fret. Since the guitar is so
it’s kind of hard to tell exactly what he’s playing, so I kind of Just followed the bass 
For playing by yourself on an acoustic guitar this works perfectly.

Chords used:
Am/G   G      C      F      Dm
E-o-   E-x-   E-o-   E-1-   E-1-|
B-1-   B-3-   B-1-   B-1-   B-3-|
G-o-   G-o-   G-o-   G-2-   G-2-|
D-2-   D-o-   D-2-   D-3-   D-o-|
A-o-   A-2-   A-3-   A-3-   A-x-|
E-x-   E-3-   E-x-   E-1-   E-x-|

Intro:  (Capo on 3rd fret!!)
Am/G  G  C
Am/G  G  C
Am/G  G  C  F

   G        Am/G
Sunrise, sunrise
           G               C
Looks like mornin' in your eyes
        Am/G          F      C
But the clocks held 9:15 for hours
   G        Am/G
Sunrise, sunrise
         G              C
Couldn't tempt us if it tried
           Am/G          F              C
'Cause the afternoon's already come and gone

           Am/G  G  C  F (x 3)
And I said hoo...
To you

Surprise, surprise
Couldn't find it in your eyes
But I'm sure it's written all over my face
Surprise, surprise
Never something I could hide
When I see we made it through another day

And I said hoo...
To you

Bridge:  Play the verse part all the way through; ending back on C.
          Then go on to:

Dm       F               (I exclude the top note of the F until “bring”.
Now good night                     It sounds less harsh with the D minor)
Throw its cover down
Ooh on me again
Dm             F
Ooh and if I'm right
It's the only way
To bring me back

To you

end on C

Much easier : )
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zhahme00 wrote on July 28 2007, 12:45 pm

this is definitely much easier to play. well done. the ohter ones had too much movement... not that i am lazy guitarist.. but conservation of movement is a good thing to have. thx.

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guitarist/sfa wrote on August 8 2007, 05:05 pm

sweeeeet :) thanks and Good Job

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dan-the-man278 wrote on December 31 2007, 11:45 am

the Am/G is actually called Am7. Am/G would have G as the BOTTOM (root) note, whereas Am7 just has the G somewhere in

But the diagram is correct and the rest is awesome :) nice one

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