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Here And Now Chords

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Learned this song in one sitting, and I wrote the chords as best as I can hear 
them. Standard tuning (C)


"Here And Now"

G				      Em
This fear has me chilled down to the bone
				    F	     C		      D
And I have been haunted by these things I still have left to say
G			     Em
I'm weary of fighting this alone
			      F		  C		D
So tired of holding onto strings much better left to fray


(chorus)

…and I said

G	
Hear me now
		    Bm
Here and now I'm calling

Memories wear me down
	 C
And it seems so complicated
     Am
When all I want is just the truth


G			    Em
I'm wilted and faded after all
				    F        C		     D
Too strung out and burnt out to be half the man that I could be
G				Em
I'll never belong inside your world
				       F           C	       D
So black out the sun and leave me to play out the same old tragedy

…and I said

Hear me now

Here and now I'm calling

Memories wear me down 

And this seems too complicated

When all I want is just the truth

Hear me now

Here and now I'm calling

Memories wear me out 

And it seems too complicated

When all I want is just the truth

(bridge)

A# (6th fret)	        G   (repeat pattern)
You're my savior after all

Use your flame to guide me home

And then lay your hand on me



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gedsall 22 wrote on May 14 2013, 12:56 pm

Intro for lead guitar
[x4] [bend 10^to7] vib. [13^to10] vib vib.
e|-----10-----10---7---------------|--------7---------------10-------|-------------------------------|
B|-8-8----8-8----7-----------------|-8-7-8-10b---10---12-13-13b--13--|-10-12-10-8--------------------|
G|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|-------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|-------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|-------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------|---------------------------------|-------------------------------|

verse arrangement for lead guitar
G Emin F C D
e|-----------------------------|-----------------|-------------------------|--------------------------|
B|-12-----12-----12-----12-----|-8---8---8---8---|-10-----10-----8----8----|-10----10----10----10-----|
G|---12-----12-----12-----12---|--9---9---9---9--|---10-----10----9----9---|---11----11----11----11---|
D|-----12-----12-----12-----12-|---9---9---9---9-|-----10-----10---10---10-|-----12----12----12----12-|
A|-----------------------------|-----------------|-------------------------|--------------------------|
E|-----------------------------|-----------------|-------------------------|--------------------------|

Solo
slide Vib. vib. vib. vib.
e|------------------------------|--------------------------|------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------12-------|-----------------12-------|---12---12-12-13-12----12---12-12-13-12---|
G|-1/12----------12-14----14-12-|-11--------12-14----14-12-|------------------------------------------|
D|------12----------------------|---12---------------------|-14---14-------------13---13--------------|
A|---------14-------------------|------14------------------|------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------|--------------------------|------------------------------------------|

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gedsall 22 wrote on May 15 2013, 12:08 pm

the tab above and the chords all are in standard "E" tuning. for drop "C" which is what Shaun Morgan commonly plays, first take standard tuning down one full step and then also drop the low E (Now a "D") one more step down to C in which case the tabs above would need to be played a full 2 frets higher than written

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SuPeR_JoE 85 wrote on December 31 2013, 04:01 am

In response to gedsall's comment, the chords that our tabber uses are the same that are on the track. A player could play a "G" in Standard tuning, an "A" when tuned a whole step down, or a "B#" when tuned two whole steps down and it will still sound the same--basic music theory stuff.
Secondly, to get that "bassier" feel, a player could definitely downtune his guitar down a whole step (DGCFAD) and play in the key of "A" by putting a capo on the second fret and playing the chords as written or transposing to the key of "A" (Hit that handy little transpose button twice).

Thanks;
God Bless,
JoE

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