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Song: You Can Bring Me Flowers
Artist: Ray Lamontagne
Album: Til The Sun Turns Black

This is a great song of Ray's new cd Til The Sun Turns Black, I recommend that you all 
out and buy the cd. The song is really simple, and there is three ways you can play it 
all sound like the song, it depends on how you want to play it.

Option 1:

e--------------------|
b--------------------|
g------------5-------|
d-----5------5-------|  repeat that through the whole song
a-----5----3---3-----|
E---3---3------------|

Option 2:

e------------------------|
b------------------------|
g--------------5---------|
d-----5----------5-------|  repeat that through the whole song
a-------5----3-----3-----|
E---3-----3--------------|

Option 3:

e----------------------|
b----------------------|
g-------------5b-------|
d-----5b---------------|    repeat that through the whole song
a-----------3----3-----|
E---3----3-------------|

For the riffs when the band stops and it's just the guitarist just improvise in the G 
bar chord on low e, a, and d, and g.
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duncthebiscuit 41 Jan 20, 2010 08:11 AM

I like using...

e----------------------------------|
b----------------------------------|
g----------------------------------|
d----5-----8-----10-----8----------|
a----5-----8-----10-----8----------|
E--3---3---6---8----8---6----------|

so essentially using bar chords moving up and down the frets...
Obviously its preference though!

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