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Regression chords

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Dream Theater
Regression
Tab By Rick Wouters

   D  D/F# G D/C# D/B D/A E/G# Asus4 A
E--2---2---3--2----2---2---0-----0---0------|
B--3---3---3--3----3---3---0-----3---2------|
G--2---2---0--2----2---2---1-----2---2------|
D--0---X---0--X----X---0---2-----2---2------|
A--X---X---2--4----2---0---2-----0---0------|
E--X---2---3--X----X---X---4-----X---X------|

D                          D/F#
Safe in the light that surrounds me
G                          D  D/C#
Free of the fear and the pain
   D/B
My subcounius mind
       D/A
Starts spinning trough time
   E/G#                 Asus4  A
To rejoin the past once again

D
Nothing seems real
      D/F#
I'm starting to feel
G                       D    D/C#
Lost in the haze of a dream
    D/B
And as I draw near
    D/A
The scene becomes clear
    E/G#                    Asus4   A
Like watching my life on a screen

G              A          Asus4
Hello Victoria so glad to see you
     D
My friend

If you have any questions mail me at guitarboy2001@hotmail.com
Greetz Rick

            
            
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WhatShePromised 10 Feb 26, 2007 11:37 PM

Great Man, really well done, personally i find it easier to tune to

F#, A, D, G, B, E for this song because it saves me the stretch on the E/G#, but that's the only thing, that is me being lazy

Perfect tab man

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AllenFanel 10 Aug 14, 2007 07:35 AM

hello, thx for your version of this song. i like it, too. THX !

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pgfan92 63 Aug 22, 2007 09:44 PM

E|-4-|
B|-5-|
G|-4-|
D|-6-|
A|-7-|
E|-4-| that's a perfectly fine sounding E/G# for the lazy people who don't want to stretch (this includes me)

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