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In The Morning Chords

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Drum intro

G (play it as a barre chord on the 10th fret), then the next chord is Em, but just play 
as a barre chord on the 12th fret and only play the top 3 strings. The fill between the 
is only on the E and B strings, and it is:

E - 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 12-----12-|
B - ----------------------------14-|

The verses are just G and Em throughout

Bridge:

A
Remember when you were young
-------C---------D
You'd lose yourself

(^ that bit I'm not sure about, it could be wrong)

Chorus:
G------------------------------------------------------Em
In the morning, you know we won't remember a thing
G--------------------------------------------Em
In the morning, you know it's gonna be alright
C------------------------------------------------------Em
In the morning, you know we won't remember a thing
C---------------------------------------------G
In the morning, you know it's gonna be alright

then it's basically Em randomly until the next verse

Breakdown and "are you really gonna do it this time?" bit:

Em7 - C - B

on Em7, the little fiddly bit is

E - 7 10---7-|
B - -----10--|

work out the timing for yourselves!

Hope that helps, it's pretty much right

Razorlight Rule!! cant wait for their new album!!
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birdman2006 33 wrote on July 9 2006, 10:50 am

wtf...

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totalchaz123 16 wrote on July 22 2006, 07:23 am

i thought it was gd but it only fits in with the song there was another chord in the verse as well??

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