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Cant You See Chords

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Chord projections are the same throughout..pretty simple and so pretty!

VERSE 1
A
I'm gonna take a freight train, 
A (without your finger on the fourth string)-what's this called please??
Down at the station
D                     A
I don't care where it goes

A
Gonna climb me a mountain, 
A fourth
The highest mountain, Lord, 
D                       A
Gonna jump off, nobody gonna know 

CHORUS:
A              A w/o fourth              D                        A
Can't you see, can't you see, what that woman, she been doin' to me
A              A w/o fourth              D                     A
Can't you see, can't you see, what that woman been doin' to me

Verse 2
I'm gonna find me 
A hole in the wall
gona crawl inside and die
That lady, mean ol' woman Lord
Never told me goodbye

CHORUS

Verse 3
Gonna buy me a ticket now, 
As far as I can, 
Ain't never comin' back
Take me Southbound, 
All the way to Georgia now,
Till the train run out of track

CHORUS repeat 5x's
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tom.monica.3 wrote on July 20 2013, 09:19 pm

I would call that chord you're talking about, (A on the second and third strings, with no finger on the fourth string), a "D Maj7add2". If you make a regular open D on the first, second and third strings and slide your finger back on the B string to the second fret it becomes a D Maj7 chord. Looks like your A chord, just on strings one, two and three, instead of two, three and four. Now if you lift your finger off the E string, then you've added the second or ninth, but in this position, I would call it the second. If anyone else sees this and knows something I don't or that I'm missing then please feel free, set me straight.

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SierraMax wrote on July 30 2013, 01:31 pm

Tom, I'm not sure but I think the answer to the author's question is a lot easier than that. I believe he is asking about lifting his finger off of the G string. That would mean that the chord he is asking about is an A7 chord. Is that right author?

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