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Naive Chords

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===== The Kooks - Naive (Acoustic) =====
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The acoustic performance can be found here at the second part of the video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywd3IHWK4A8&mode=related&search=

NOTE:
Tuning - D# G# C# F# A# D# (1 step down)

I have no idea of the name of the chord which i have put down as B2, if anyone knows 
let me know. And sorry if its quite a long tab, ive tried shortening it down abit.

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Chords:

G#m     | 4,6,6,4,4,4

E       | x,7,9,9,9,7

E(v2)   | 0,2,2,1,x,x

Esus2   | x,7,9,9,7,7

B       | 7,9,9,8,7,7 or x,2,4,4,4,x

B2      | 6,9,8,9,x,x

F#      | 6,9,8,11,x,x or x,4,4,3,x,2

F#(v2)  | x,9,8,6,7,x

Ebm     | x,1,4,4,x,(2)

Ebm(v2) | 6,6,8,8,7,x
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Intro: Gm, E, F#, B, B2

Verse:

G#m                            E
   I’m not saying it was your fault
                                  F#
Although you could have done more
          B     B2
Oh you’re so naive yet so


G#m                   E
   How could this be done
                               F#
Your such a smiling sweetheart
             B          B2
Oh and your sweet and pretty face


G#m                 E
   In such an ugly way
                       F#
Something so beautiful
       B          B2
That everytime I look inside


Chorus:

E(v2)               B            Ebm
  I know that she knows that I’m not fond of asking

E(v2)                  B               Ebm
  True or false it may be, she’s still out to get me

Esus2             G#m            F#(v2)
  I know that she knows that I’m not fond of asking

Esus2                  B               Ebm           E(v2)
  True or false it may be, she’s still out to get me


Verse 2:

I may say it was your fault
Cause I know you could have done more
Oh you’re so naive yet so

How could this be done
By such a smiling sweetheart
Oh and your sweet and pretty face

In such an ugly way
Something so beautiful
Everytime I look inside


Play chorus

Play Solo


Verse 3:

How could this be done
By such a smiling sweetheart
Oh you’re so naive yet so

Such an ugly thing
Someone so beautiful
And everytime you’re on his side


Play chorus

Outro:

E       Ebm(v2)  G#m             B
                      Just don’t let me down

E       Ebm(v2)  G#m             B
                      Just don’t let me down

E       Ebm(v2)  G#m             B
Hold on to your kite, Just don’t let me down  (x2 and finish)

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End - comments welcome
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the_delaney wrote on January 9 2007, 07:27 pm

hey

thats a top notch tab..cheers. That crazy Ebm chord has been buggin me for ages! sounds good! hey could you try and work out how they play the B chord, in the chours, cos i when they played on jools halloands new years show a few weeks back, its a crazy chord over the first 4 frets again and i just cant work it out, the vids on you tube i think, add me if ya like
davis_edd@hotmail.co.uk

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CrazyYaz wrote on January 16 2007, 08:54 am

ok ive watched the vid and...

well that B does look strange, but hes definitely playing a B chord, hes just playing like 3 strings of it i think

i did work out however that in the electric version for the chorus he plays this (x76x77) instead of the E chord.

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sanko wrote on February 7 2007, 02:33 pm

Great tab! i checked out the video, theres just one thing that im not so sures right though. I don't think its a E the second chord in, it looks more like a Em or, it switches to an Em or something? Probably wrong like, although it would be good to find out what it is if im right! Oh yer and i think its sounds good when playing the Gm to put your little finger onto the G chord half way through.

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