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My Favourite Chords Tab

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Tabbed by Jonathan Terhorst
terhorst-gmail (you supply the rest)

Standard Tuning
Key of G

He uses palm muting throughout. Also, the pair of eighth notes after each dead chord are upstrokes.

There are two patterns in the song. 


They're tearing up streets...

     G6                         Cadd9

They're building a new...

  D7sus2                     Dsus2


And bring your swiss army...               

  Cadd9                         Cadd9

And a bottle of something...

  G6                        G6/F#

  Em7                        Cadd9

... some spraypaint, and a new deck of cards ... 

  Cadd9                         D7sus2

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systemrules wrote on September 10 2006, 07:28 pm

I don't know who gave this a bad rating; I think it's excellent.

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Creative-Noise wrote on January 10 2009, 01:03 am

Yeah this is how the song goes. But you need to take out the high 'e' string on every chord. If you listen close, the highest note you'll hear in his chord is whatever one you're playing on the 'b' string at the time. I really like the simplicity of the song, it's pretty clever.

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Cecil19 wrote on March 5 2009, 08:03 pm

Heh, would of been funny if the title was "My Favourite Chords Chords"

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