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Artist: Drake Bell
Song: Circles
Tabbed by: Alley32191

I tried this out, but i don't know if its 100%.  Yes it's simple, but the
chords are pretty quiet at times, so listen for 'em.  Tell me what you think.

Chords:
E*(x79997)-
B*(799877) | Barre Chords                 
A*(577655)-
E(022100)-
B(x24442) | Open Chords
A(x02220)-


Intro:

e|-----------------------5-5-5---|
B|----9-9--0-0-0--0-0-0--5-5-5---|
G|----9-9--9-9-9--8-8-8--6-6-6---|
D|----9-9--9-9-9--9-9-9--7-7-7---|
A|--7-7-7--7-7-7--7-7-7--7-7-7---|
E|-------------------------------|

Verse:

E* (B*) A* B*   (1st B* is very quite)


Chorus:

E  A  B  A


Interlude:

E*  B*



            
            
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boysontour2006 113 Apr 26, 2008 11:51 AM

Very good, but might I recomend using an open E for the verse and power chords for the chorus, I think you'll find it sounds better. That's just my opinion though =]

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Jordan Lapping 2,064 Jan 15, 2009 11:23 PM

Hi Alley32191,

Thanks for the contribution! :)

However, a while ago I saw Drake perform this acoustically and the chords are all "open" (as in, they weren't performed down the neck of the guitar). He also used a lot of hammer-ons during the verses; I'll try and post a tab shortly.

Warm regards,
Jordan

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