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Sunrise Sunset tab

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band: Bright Eyes
song: Sunrise, Sunset
album: Fevers And Mirrors

/= slide


verse/intro
e|-----5-5----5-5-----5-5----5-5-|
B|-----5-5----5-5-----5-5----5-5-|
G|-----5-5----5-5-----5-5----5-5-|
D|---7------6-------7------6-----|  
A|-------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------|
Sunrise, Sunset....

Chorus
e|--0------5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5--------|
B|--0------5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5--------|
G|--1------5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5--------|
D|--2-x12--7-7-6-6-7-7-6-6--------|(x2)
A|--2-----------------------------|
E|--0-----------------------------|
(up down strokes)

Solo thing after the 1st chorus
e|-0------4-5-5/7-5-4-4h5-----------------|
B|-5/6-5------------------6--5--3--5h6-5--| 
G|----------------------------------------| 
D|----------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------| 

thats what i have so far 
I'm up for corrections

            
            
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cosmic_fool3791 10 May 31, 2006 11:11 PM

Hey there! I think this is pretty darn well accurate, and I can't believe no one has posted a comment before! I tend to play three strums for each chord during the non-E part of the chorus instead of two (which you have here). I don't know if I'm wrong or not, but the point is that I can PLAY three because thanks to you I know what the chords are! So thanks!

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cosmic_fool3791 10 May 31, 2006 11:27 PM

Oh! One more thing! I know that the chord with the 7th fret on the D string is a kind of Am, but do you know the name of the chord with the 6th fret on the D string? That is, the second of the two chords in the chorus (not including the E). Thanks again!

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Creative-Noise 168 Jan 28, 2007 12:49 PM

I guess it's not very likely that you'll be checking back here still, but i'll post anyways. The name for that chord can be either Am/Ab meaning an Am chord with an Ab as the bass note, or an Amin-maj7 (called an A minor major 7th) with the 7th (which would be the Ab) as the bass note. Probably the most sensible name in this case would be Am/Ab. Good tab, by the way.

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