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Everyday Chords

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Slade- Everyday

Verse 1

G              D
Everyday when I'm away
     Em          C
I'm thinking of you
G             D
Everyone can carry on
   Em          C
Except for we two

C7                 G
And you know that our love
C7                G
And you know that I
C7                 G             D
And you know that our love won't die

Em                 D
And it won't even show
    C            G
And no-one will know
Em          D
One little wave
    C            G
To say you'll behave
Em             D
It won't even show
     C           G
How far love can go

Verse 2

G              D
Everyday when I'm away
     Em             C
And there's been a few
G            D
Every land I need a hand
    Em             C
To help me come through

C7                 G
And you know that our love
C7                G
And you know that I
C7                 G             D
And you know that our love won't die


Guitar solo- follows verse progression

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korkeycat wrote on November 30 2007, 11:16 am

Thanks for the chords which are pretty much correct but i think in the verse the D chord should be changed to a Bm....

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Rain Man wrote on March 22 2009, 08:41 am

I'm happy with the D chord but hey, that's just me!

Anyone know where we can get the tab for the solo? It seems to revolve around the pentatonic scale in A but I can't work out the ending.

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TroyA_Easson wrote on November 4 2009, 07:28 am

There are two chords missing in the chorus. On the line "no-one will know" there is a Bm and an Am in between the C and the G. So it should be like this: C-Bm-Am-G, with one strum for each chord. It's exactly the same for "say you'll behave" and "far love can go". Think of it as a chord-a-sylabble, starting on C, descending through Bm and Am onto the G.

The solo pretty much uses the Am Pentatonic scale. The first note is the G on the D string on the 5th fret. The solo ends on a C. The high part starts with a slide from 8 fret to ten fret on the B string, stright back to fret 8 on the B string. It really isn't a hard solo to work out.

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