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Anemone Tab

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This song is pretty easy to play, and it is quite catchy.
The song is in standard tuning and it has the same chord order all the way through. 
Recognize the E7 chord isn't the traditional E7 chord, but the one where you lift your ring 
finger from the normal E chord.

Chord order: E, E7, E, G, A, A7, A, A7.

E  E7  E
i
G                  A  A7  A  A7
i think i know how i feel
E       E7  E
cause i
G                 A  A7  A
i only play it for-real
A7                       E  E7  E
you should be picking me up
G                          A  A7  A
instead you're dragging me down
A7             E  E7  E
flying over my head
G                       A  A7  A  A7
you're landing all over town


Lead guitar:
e------------------------------------------|
b------------------------------------------|
g------------------------------7--9--------|
d--7-5----------5--7b7b7b--7/9--9----------|
a------5h7--5h7----------------------------|
E-----------------------------------5-3-0--|


Lead guitar:
e-----------------------------------------------|
b-------------------------------------8-8-7-7-7-|
g------------------------------7--9--9-9-9-9-9--|
d--7-5----------5--7b7b7b--7/9--9---------------|
a------5h7--5h7---------------------------------|
E-----------------------------------------------|


Lead guitar: in the longer solo part he just keeps on making variations after the last 
few notes.
e----------------------------------------------------10/12b--12-|
b-------------------------------------8-8-7-7-7-8/10-------12---|
g------------------------------7--9--9-9-9-9-9-9----------------|
d--7-5----------5--7b7b7b--7/9--9-------------------------------|
a------5h7--5h7-------------------------------------------------|
E---------------------------------------------------------------|
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Pete-Field wrote on October 23 2012, 07:52 pm

Put a Capo on 1st fret and play these chords so that it's in the same tone to that as the recording

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RetentivePlaya wrote on October 8 2013, 02:44 pm

I feel like it's in between E and F also. Not in a traditional tuning but a quarter step in between those two notes because Anton is a jerk like that.

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stevejjobbs wrote on July 15 2015, 03:15 pm, edited at 03:18 pm

Saw Anton playing this bit live a little different, i. e. he's closing the section going back to the A note fret 5 on the E string:

Lead guitar:
e------------------------------------------|
b------------------------------------------|
g------------------------------7--9--------|
d--7-5----------5--7b7b7b--7/9--9----------|
a------5h7--5h7----------------------------|
E-----------------------------------5-3-0--|

Added:

Lead guitar:
e-----------------------------------------------|
b-----------------------------------------------|
g------------------------------7--9-------------|
d--7-5----------5--7b7b7b--7/9--9---------------|
a------5h7--5h7---------------------------------|
E-----------------------------------5-3--0-3-5--|

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