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In A Black Out chords

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In a Black Out - Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam (Capo 1st Fret)

This is a capo'ed version of this song.


[Verse 1]
Bm D         G        D
I  live in a nameless town,
Bm D       G
No need to wander around.
Bm D         G        D
I  live in a nameless town,
F#         G    Bm
In a black out.

[Verse 2]
Bm   D            G        D   
Many friends have said goodbye,
Bm      D      G
Paraded out in one proud line,
Bm         D        G          D
I say they all just lost their minds.
F# G Bm

[Verse 3]
Bm   D         G          D
Midnight where we used to dance,
Bm    D             G
Underneath the ugly halogen lamps,
Bm     D         G      D
Oh, it all went away so fast,
F#         G   Bm
In a black out.

Bm    G            Em
We’ll wait for the year,
         D    G
When the tide comes,
F#               G      D
Rolling over the rails.
     G           Em
From here to the end,
       D    G
Of the i---sland,
F#  G    D
Washing away.

Bm D G D Bm D G

[Verse 4]
         Bm  D     G       D
I rent a room with all our stuff,
         Bm      D   G
When you come home I lift you up.
            Bm D   G        D
And there’s only the two of us,
F#         G   Bm
In a black out.

[Verse 5]
Bm         D        G      D
Now you’re sleeping in the back,
     Bm   D     G
Of a speed----ing yellow cab,
Bm      D        G      D      G     D G D Bm
Throw a kiss goodbye to all of that.

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kylemcmahon26 10 Oct 27, 2016 11:47 AM

It's much easier to play with a capo on three. The chords would just be transposed as Am C F C with an E thrown in for the chorus/bridge thing. They also use Travis picking throughout the song transitioning between the root note of the chord and a lower bass note on another string.

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kagiese14 10 Aug 12, 2017 10:53 PM

I'm new to the electric guitar world. Could delay be used effectively and if so, how do I set it at the right speed?

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