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Grow chords

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Strumming
There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
        chords at 
        the bottom under THE DETAILS


I tried to make this as close as possible to the original piano backing.
It's not perfect but I think it sounds pretty cool.


Standard Tuning
Capo 1st fret



*Things with a {number} after them are further explained at the bottom*
*********************************************************************************


[Verse1] {0}                                                                         {0}
               Gadd9             D      Asus4
Don't put your eyes down, you're not to blame
  Dsus2/F#       Gadd9        D       Asus4
I know there are stories, you can't explain
    Dsus2/F#     Gadd9     D         Aadd4
But if I should  find you, black and blue
    Dsus2/F#     Gadd9        D         Aadd4      Dsus2/F#
And aching from  crying, I'll wait with  you
Gadd9      D      Aadd4
Grow,      gro -  ow

[Chorus1] {1}                                                                        {1}

Em7add4  Gadd9    Dadd9                    Aadd4  Asus4   
 Oh,      so  you know it all, then it's gone
Em7add4  Gadd9     Dadd9                  Aadd4  Asus4
 Grow,    grow you know I'm here holding on
Em7add4        Gadd9               Dadd9        Aadd4  Asus4
 Tying up your loose ends and your  drifting estee  -  eem
Em7add4  Gadd9        Dadd9                    Aadd4    A3add4(broken{2})            {2}
 Grow,    grow if you never try, you'll never know


[Verse2] (picked{3})                                                                 {3}
                Gadd9       D      Aadd4
I've left you a white page, by the door
        Dsus2      Gadd9   D         Aadd4
There's no need to ask me, what it's for
  Dsus2       Gadd9          D      Aadd4
I wait by the front step for your return
    Dsus2      Gadd9    D           Aadd4    Aadd4(Strummed{4})                      {4}
And hear every story of what you've learned

[Chorus2] {5}                                                                        {5}

Em7add4  Gadd9    Dadd9                    Aadd4  Asus4   
 Oh,      so  you know it all, then it's gone
Em7add4  Gadd9     Dadd9                  Aadd4  Asus4
 Grow,    grow you know I'm here holding on
Em7add4        Gadd9               Dadd9        Aadd4  Asus4
 Tying up your loose ends and your  drifting estee  -  eem
Em7add4  Gadd9         Dadd9                     Aadd4  Asus4
 Grow,    grow  if you never try, you'll  never know

[Breakdown]

Gadd9      D      Aadd4   A/F# (picked{6})                                           {6}
Grow,      gro -  ow
Gadd9      D      Aadd4     
Grow,      gro -  ow

[Bridge] {7}                                                                         {7}

Dadd9      F#m7          Em7add4   G6add9

Dadd9      F#m7          Em7add4   G6add9    A7sus4
Throw your arms out and grow your heart     out
Dadd9      F#m7          Em7add4         G6add9
Throw your arms out and grow your heart out
Dadd9      F#m7          Em7add4   G6add9    A7sus4    Aadd4  Dsus2/F#
Throw your arms out and grow your heart     out

[Outro]

Gadd9      D      Aadd4   Dsus2/F# (picked{8})                                       {8}
Grow,      gro -  ow
Gadd9      D      Aadd4
Grow,      gro -  ow

Dsus2/F#       Gadd9             D      Asus4
Don't put your eyes down, you're not to blame
  Dsus2/F#       Gadd9                 D/F#
I know there are stories, you can't explain


                  



                                 THE DETAILS
 

remember:
Capo 1st fret = everything is a half step higher in reality
*********************************************************************************

                                                                                    {0}

-chords for Verse1 (also Breakdown and Outro)

Gadd9:    D:        Asus4:    Aadd4:    Dsus2/F#:
e| 3 |    e| 2 |    e| 0 |    e| 0 |    e| 0 |
B| 3 |    B| 3 |    B| 3 |    B| 2 |    B| 3 |
G| 4 |    G| 2 |    G| 2 |    G| 2 |    G| 2 |
D| 7 |    D| 0 |    D| 2 |    D| 0 |    D| 0 |
A| 5 |    A| - |    A| 0 |    A| 0 |    A| 0 |
E| 3 |    E| - |    E| - |    E| - |    E| 2 |

*********************************************************************************

                                                                                    {1}

-chords for Chorus1 (they sound higher but you might
                       as well use the chords for Chorus2{5})

E7:       Gadd9:    Dadd9:    Aadd4:    Asus4:
e| 10|    e| 5 |    e| 12|    e| 9 |    e| 10|
B| 10|    B| 3 |    B| 10|    B| 10|    B| 10|
G| 12|    G| 4 |    G| 11|    G| 9 |    G| 9 |
D| 9 |    D| 5 |    D| 0 |    D| 0 |    D| 0 |
A| - |    A| 0 |    A| - |    A| 0 |    A| 0 |
E| 0 |    E| 3 |    E| - |    E| - |    E| - |
                                 ▲
                                 |
   For a nice transition into Verse2:
   take this shape but put your pinky on fret 11 of the D-String. then move it
   to fret 12. Then play the little A3add4{2} triad.

*********************************************************************************

                                                                                    {2}

-A3add4, broken, when going out of Chorus1

e|--------17-------|   -|you'd have
B|-------15--------|   -|to shift this down
G|------18---------|   -|an ocatve on an acoustic
D|-----------------|
A|-{Still ringing)-|
E|-----------------|

*********************************************************************************

                                                                                    {3}

-picking pattern, second Verse:

 |--------Gadd9----------||--D---||--------A3add4--------||-Dsus2-|

e|------5-------5-------5-------2-------5-------5-------5-------0-|
B|----3-------3-------3-------3-----2h3-----2h3-----2h3-----2h3---|
G|--4-------4-------4-------2-----2-------2-------2-------2-------|
D|5-------5-------5-------0---------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------|
                                                          ▲
                                                          |
                        (Stop on this note before "strumming into"{4} Chorus2)

*********************************************************************************

                                                                                    {4}

-Asus4, strummed, leading into Chorus2

e|5|
B|3|
G|2|
D|2|
A|-|
E|-|

*********************************************************************************

                                                                                    {5}

-chords for Chorus2

E7add4:   Gadd9:    Dadd9:    Aadd4:    Asus4:
e| 5 |    e| 5 |    e| 2 |    e| 0 |    e| 0 |
B| 3 |    B| 3 |    B| 5 |    B| 2 |    B| 3 |
G| 0 |    G| 0 |    G| 2 |    G| 2 |    G| 2 |
D| 2 |    D| 0 |    D| 0 |    D| 0 |    D| 2 |
A| 2 |    A| 2 |    A| - |    A| 0 |    A| 0 |
E| 0 |    E| 3 |    E| - |    E| - |    E| - |
                       ▲
                       |
   (don't hit A-string - it sounds weird going into the next chord)


Oh, and:
The A chords are not quite right.
You'd want that friction of the pretty high 3 and 4 lying
directly on top of eachother. But then there's this 'melody' from 3 to 4.
The lowest notes of the piano (not the synth bass) go 3-1-5. You need that 5th for it
to not sound wishy washy. ... . I found this impossible to realize on guitar.
These are my thoughts and this is my best approximation.
So feel free to edit this if you come up with something better!

*********************************************************************************

                                                                                    {6}

-A/F#, picked, in Breakdown

e|-9-------------|
B|---10----------|
G|------9--------|
D|--------11-----|
A|-9-------------|
E|---------------|

*********************************************************************************

                                                                                    {7}

-chords for Bridge

Dadd9:    F#m7:    Em7add4:   G6add9:   A7sus4:
e| 2 |    e| 2 |    e| 2 |    e| 5 |    e| 5 |
B| 5 |    B| 2 |    B| 5 |    B| 5 |    B| 3 |
G| 2 |    G| 2 |    G| 2 |    G| 0 |    G| 0 |
D| 0 |    D| 2 |    D| 0 |    D| 0 |    D| 2 |
A| - |    A| 5 |    A| - |    A| 2 |    A| 0 |
E| - |    E| 2 |    E| - |    E| 3 |    E| - |

!I'm not very confident in these!
if you wanna spend some time and work this out,
maybe even provide a tab that incooperates the melody,
I - and many others, im sure - would be very happy 
(more info at the very bottom)

*********************************************************************************

                                                                                    {8}

-Dsus2/F#, picked, in the Outro between 'grow's

e|-5-------------|
B|---5-----------|
G|-----7---------|
D|-0-----7-------|
A|(9)------------|
E|---------------|

you can use A-String fret 9 to get the F#









                             THE REST
                    !you can safely ignore this!


The bridge is where this tab is lacking. Maybe you can help out?
This is just a dump for the info that I've gathered about it:
(Use this as orientation - I'm not sure about anything)


left Hand:
D          F#m7add#5/C#    Em(7)            G
          
D          F#m          Em(4) (7) G(2)  A (2)


right Hand:
D(2)       F#m{#5)(7)    Em(4)           G(Tri)(g6)(9)   
   
D""        F#m""        Em""      G(g6)(9)   A(4)


left Hand:
D          F#m7/D       Em7/D           G/D
       
D          F#m          Em(4) (7) G(2)  A (2)


right Hand:
D(2)       F#m{#5)(9)    Em(4)           G(Tri)(maj6)(9)
    
D""        F#m""        Em""      G(maj6)(9)(Tr)  A(4)

notes:
WTF! I just discovered, that F#m7#5 is basically another 
way of writing Dsus2/F# (yes I know that technically makes it Dadd9/F#)


Main Righthand line
e|-----5---------------5-------5-|
B|7-7-5--7--7-5-------5-------5--|
G|-------------7--6-7----6--7----|
D|-------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------|

e|-----5-------5-------5-------5-|
B|----5-------5-------5-------5--|
G|4-4----4--4-----4-4----6--7----|
D|-------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------|

            
            
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