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Gravedigger Acoustic chords

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I use much more vibrant and echoey chord voicings. I based my tab off of the acapella performance by Cantus and it shows in the chord choice. Just play it and feel the difference. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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This is my version of Gravedigger by Dave Matthews Band. I based it more on Cantus' version of Gravedigger.
Because they are an acapella choir, the chord voicing's are a bit more flavoury and full. I highly suggest
you listen to their performance before playing the song like this, because it will help but also because it's
a great performance.

Am/G     |302210|
Fmaj7#11 |133200|
G6       |355400|
D7/F#    |200212|
Bbmaj7   |X13330|

Am                     Am/G                   Fmaj7#11
Cyrus Jones eighteen-ten to nineteen-thirteen
                                G6              Am
Made his great grandchildren believe you could live to a hundred and three
                            Am/G
A hundred and three is forever when you're just a little kid
   Fmaj7#11              G6      Am
So          Cyrus Jones lived forever

CHORUS
      Am                       Am/G
Gravedigger, when you dig my grave
                    E             Am     Am/G     D7/F#
Could you make it shallow so that I can feel the rain
      Am
Gravedigger

Am                             Am/G                      Fmaj7#11
Muriel Stonewall nineteen-O-three to nineteen fifty-four
                          G6        Am
She lost both of her babies in the second great war
                                       Am/G
Now you should never have to watch your only children lowered in the ground
       Fmaj7#11                     G6       Am
I mean          never have to bury your own babies

[CHORUS]
 
Dm               F   C  G  Bbmaj7
Ring around the rosey,                       
Dm               F  C  G  Bbmaj7
Pocket full of posey
Dm       F    C  G  Bbmaj7
Ashes to ashes
Dm  F    C         G 
      We all fall down

[CHORUS]

Am                        Am/G                                Fmaj7#11
Little Mikey Carson, sixty-seven to seventy-five. He rode his
                       G6      Am
Bike like the devil until the day he died
                                                     Am/G
When he grows up he wants to be Mr. Vertigo on the flying trapeze
Fmaj7#11                    G6       Am
         Nineteen-forty to nineteen ninety-two

[CHORUS] X2

            
            
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