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Romulus Chords

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9th fret
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                             Sufjan Stevens - Romulus
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Tabbed by:Vincent
Email:v_oude_lansink@hotmail.com

Tuning: normal (capo 9)


These are just the chords Sufjan plays throughout the song. He puts a capo on the 9th 
(yes, I've seen him doing this live), so the chords are relative to the capo

e|--x---x-----0---0-------------------------------------------|
B|--3---3-----1---1-------------------------------------------|
G|--0---2-----2---0-------------------------------------------|
D|--0---0-----2---2-------------------------------------------|
A|--2---0-----0---3-------------------------------------------|
E|--3---2-----------------------------------------------------|


    G   F#/D5 Am  C
If you don't have a capo or you hate that thing, you can play these chords:
E, Eb/B5, F#m, A


This is the whole song. Play and sing!
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GreatOne 10 Dec 05, 2005 03:43 PM

Thank you! more sufjan tabs please!! :)

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Shogun Dave 20 Jul 14, 2006 09:37 PM

It's in the key of E so that would be capo 9 cracka.

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bdub2291 10 Sep 10, 2006 01:31 PM

not that great considering all the hammerons and chord variations.
should definatley be a tab.

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