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Drops Of Jupiter chords

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Capo on the 3rd fret.
[Intro/Verse]
E|--x---x-x--x--x-x--x-----x-x--x-x-x-----x-x----|
B|--0---0-0--3--3-3--3-----3-3--x-x-x-----x-x----|
G|--4---4-5--2--2-4--2p0---0-0--0-0-0-----0-0----| Repeat
D|--0---0-0--0--0-0--x-----2-x--0-0-0h2---2-0----|
A|--x---x-x--0--0-0--3-----3-3--3-3-3-----3-3----|
D|--5---5-5--x--x-x--x-----x-x--x-x-x-----x-x----|

[Chorus]
E|--x--x--3--x------|                                   
B|--3--3--3--0------| 
G|--2--2--0--4------| 
D|--0--2--x--0------|  
A|--0--0--3--x------|           
D|--x--x--x--5------|          

[Post-chorus]
(on the last line of the chorus i like to hit this little chord that he doesnt normaly play but  
i think it sounds good. it looks like this)
 
e|--x-|
b|--3-|
g|--0-|
d|--4-|
a|--3-|
D|--x-|
 
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| x  Dead note
| p  Pull-off
| h  Hammer-on 

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RejectWoW 148 Nov 30, 2009 08:41 AM

As perfect as it can be. Thanks. :)

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killabananas 10 Apr 20, 2010 02:55 PM

i think the last chord he plays in the chorus is a c chord? maybe?

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87goose 10 Jun 15, 2010 03:41 PM

good tab but i personally would tune high e to a d too and play it open...

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