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Breath Acoustic Chords

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Breath , I dont know if the chord names are correct, so I have included the shape 
that I use, It sound close to me any way. Play all the chords through once before the lyrics 
get the strumming right and it sound pretty cool.

    Em/D |022030|
    A |022200|
    Asus |032200|
    C/B |332000|
    Bm |234422|
    Cmaj  |012330|
    G |055430|
    D7/9 |054560|
    Cdim |046544|

 Em/D                   A  Asus A Em/D               A  Asus A
 Breath, breath in the air.       Don't be afraid to care
 Em/D                   A  Asus A Em/D                A    Asus A
 Leave, but don't leave me        Look around choose your own ground
 C/B                                B/m
 With all you live and how you fly, the smiles you'll give the tears
 you'll  cry.
 Cmaj                             G                      D7/9 Cdim
 All you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be
 Em/D           A  Asus A  Em/D                      A  Asus A
 Run, rabbit run.          Dig that hole forget the sun
 Em/D                          A  Asus A
 And when at last the work is done.
 Em/D                       A  Asus A   Em/D
 And when at last the work is done      don't sit down its time to dig
      A  Asus A
 another one.
 Em/D                                B/m
 The long you live and how you fly, but only if you ride the tide.
  Cmaj                               G                 D7/9 Cdim   Em/D
 And balanced on the biggest wave, a race to wars, an early grave.
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Maitinin wrote on January 31 2008, 05:01 pm

I ...think your idea is good enough, but check up on your indications of the chords ;)

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Mongoose87 wrote on January 31 2008, 06:05 pm

I'm pretty certain that the Em is an Emadd9.

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Thefallofman wrote on January 31 2008, 07:28 pm

Definitely Emadd9 (024000). Cmaj is a Cmaj7, too (332000). The song ends on a Bm (x24432). This one is indeed fun to
play acoustic, and your tab is a rough idea of it, just not completely correct.

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