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Graceless Chords

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GRACELESS - The National

Album: Trouble Will Find Me

Tuning: Standard E

Chords by: getupkid203 (getupkid@tpg.com.au)

Please note that this is obviously not the actual thing that
is played on guitar by The National. It is purely the chord progression
that you can play along with the song.

Intro: C#m - E - A - E x2

Verse 1: C#m - E - A - E       x3
         C#m - E - A - E - B   x1
                 
Verse 2: C#m - E - A - E       x3
         C#m - E - A - E - B   x1
                 
Chorus:  E - A - E - A - E - A - E - B

Verse 3: C#m - E - A - E       x3
         C#m - E - A - E - B   x1

Chorus: E - A - E - A - E - A - E - B

Bridge: E - A - E - A - E - A - E - B

From here on just keep playing until the end of the song:
E - A - E - A - E - A - E - B

Fantastic song! You can see that the progression is very easy though.

Enjoy!
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Festinger 38 wrote on July 20 2013, 10:51 am

I recommend putting a capo 4th, to copy the acoustic guitar, so the intro becomes:

Am / C / G / C

and so on - and make sure you keep that high e string open.

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sbarker12 761 wrote on February 25 2015, 09:21 pm

Lack of formatting. Lack of accuracy. Tab incomplete. There are no lyrics to accompany the chords, thus making the chord sheet all but useless. Also, the contributor openly admits it's not the actual thing played on guitar.

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