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She Talks To Angels Chords

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Ok, I see all the tabs for this song saying that you gotta turn your guitar a 
certain way. Well the truth is you don't. You can play the song in regular tunning. 
The chords you need are...

The E chord, The B chord, And the A minor. With the E chord you have to do a little 
hammer on. The G string is hammered on the 2nd fret. If you listen to the song you 
can hear where its played. Its like this...
 E w/hammer on
E|-0-0-0-0-0-0-|
B|-0-0-0-0-0-0-|
G|-1-1-3-1-3-1-|
D|-2-2-2-2-2-2-|
A|-2-2-2-2-2-2-|
E|-0-0-0-0-0-0-|

E|022100|
B|024400|
Am|002200|

VERSE 1:
E                                           E w/hammer on
    She never mentions the word addiction
E                         E w/hammer on
    In certain Company
E                                           E w/hammer on
    Yes, she'll tell you she's an orphan
E                                E w/hammer on
    After you meet her family

(Repeat for VERSE 2)

CHORUS:

E                       B     Am
Says she talks to Angels
Am                   E         E w/hammer on
They call her out by her name
E                           B    Am
Oh yeah, she talks to angels
Am                           E      E w/hammer on
Says they call her out by her name


VERSE 3 (same as VERSE 1 & 2)

CHORUS 

VERSE 4 (same as VERSE 1-3)

REPEAT VERSE 2

REPEAT CHORUS


There you have it. An easier way to play it without having to turn your guitar a 
different way. It may sound confusing, but its pretty easy. Any co
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pists203 wrote on August 20 2002, 12:00 am

---------------0-0-0-0-0-0-0--------
0-0-x-x-0-0-0-0-4-2-0---------------
1-1-x-x-2-1-2-1-------2-1-----------
2-2-x-x-4-2-4-2-----------4---------
2-2-x-x-4-2-4-2---------------------
0-0-x-x-0-0-0-0---------------------

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Fender_Rocks wrote on August 21 2002, 12:00 am

Yeah, I just noticed that I made a typo. When you do the hammer on, it is on the 2nd not the 3rd. So, sorry for any problems !!!

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bmwoody wrote on September 9 2005, 12:00 am

Nice. Gotta agree, I hate alternate tunings, it's too much downtime during a performance. Especially on acoustic, this version sounds fine... Except (maybe it's just the version I have) in the chorus it sounds better with A instead of Am.

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