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Chocolate Brown Chords

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Cranberries - Chocolate brown

C(1): 010330
G4 : X3333X < It´s really 333333 but you don´t play the E strings


  F Fsus4
E ---------------
B ---1-----------
G -2---3-0-2-----
D ---------------
A ---------------
E ---------------

  F Fsus4
E ---------------
B ---1-----------
G -2---3-0-2-----
D ----------3----
A ---------------
E ---------------

  C C(1)
E ---------------
B ---------------
G ---0-----------
D -2---3-0-2-----
A ---------------
E ---------------



F Fsus4 x2
G4 C(1) C x2

      F-Fsus4-F        F-Fsus4-F
But i tried      and i sight
F         G4     C(1) C
you never listen to   me
           G4     C(1) C
i feel that way

C             F-Fsus4-F
But you're so young
and you don´t see it now
F         G4     C(1) C
i feel so guilty
and you are chocolate brown

Chocolate brown
i can't wait
not too long
       C             F
i will make it up to you
          Bb       F       C
chocolate brown
Chocolate Brown

Tabbed by Damian Martone

That´s how it goes... cranberries fans who likes to play
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chall_99 352 May 11, 2010 10:38 AM

This is a great song. I gave the tab 5 stars because no one else anywhere took the time to post any kind of tab for the song.

The tab itself is a bit generic and offers some chord suggestions but not all (why? laziness?)

I found that F as xx3210 works well, especially when picking the little riffs. Then Fsus4 is merely xx3310, which is easy to play. Ideally, I think x33210 (F) and x13310 (Fsus4) work better for matching true tones, but are much more complicated.

I don't know where the G4 fits in. To me it should be ignored and seems to be a transition on the F 3rd fret notes (hitting just top note in std F or top 2 in the F I show above).

Anyways, I can follow the song just fine if I ignore the G4 chord entirely and simply transition in the verses between F (with Fsus4s) and C (with C1 listed).

Chorus is perfect. Wish the entire song was listed out (verse 1 repeats before chorus, verse 2 doesn't - should be shown). The intro stuff is strange but since the verses and chorus are on and the riffs are nicely added, you can figure the entire song out on your own using this tab. Just don't follow it exactly.

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