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Sanzen chords

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Sanzen by Dredg
One of my favs

Eb                  
I can't even concentrate on this,
Ab
It's over thought, anticipated,
Eb
The pen ink is running dry,
Ab
It's been thrown to paper and wasted,

Eb                        Ab
Creativity has been blocked and over tasted,
Eb
Maybe in time, I'll appreciate it

Cm    Bb    Eb      Cm      Bb       Ab   
Hold on, hold on, we'll be with you soon

Eb
These papers are stuck in this book,
Ab
'till they're torn out and pasted,
Eb
To inside of my memory, 
Ab
Where I can later look and see them in a new gallery, 
Eb
Where they can later be 
Ab
Viewed and appreciated.

Cm    Bb    Eb      Cm       Bb       Ab
Hold on, hold on, we'll be with you soon,
Cm      Bb    Ab   
We'll be with you soon

Eb
Longing for what has been lost,
Cm
And longing for what hasn't been obtained,
Eb                Cm
It's a small cost, forgot the past, lost the future,
Eb         Bb
Only now remains

Cm    Bb      Eb      Cm     Bb      Ab
Hold on, hold on, we'll be with you soon,
Cm      Bb      Ab
We'll be with you soon


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-Jason

            
            
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firewood 10 Sep 24, 2015 10:54 AM

This is an excellent chord chart for people just starting out. However, for those who have an understanding of chord extensions and alternate chord voicings, it should be noted that the Eb chord is actually an EbMaj7 chord most of the time, and that both an AbMaj7 and Ab9 sound great for the subdominant chord. One great way to play this song on an electric guitar is to retune to drop D and voice the chords around the middle of the neck on the D,A,D, and G strings. For acoustic players, the easiest way to play this song is to put a capo on the 3rd fret and pretend it is in C major (or A minor)

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