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In My Ladys House chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
i play piano so try it out sory if it dosent work.


        Bm          G     D     
There is light in my lady’s house
            Bm            G      D
And there’s none but some falling rain
 Bm         G     D
Less like a spoken word
       Bm            G       D
She is more than her thousand names


A                     G
 No hands are half as gentle
D                    A
Firm as they like to be
Bm                       G
Thank god you see me the way you do
D                    A
Strange as you are to me.


Bridge - As Intro and Chorus


      Bm          G     D 
It is good in my ladies house
        Bm             G     D
And the shape that her body makes
Bm        G     D
Love is a fragile word
       Bm         G     D
In the air on the length we lay



A                    G
 No hands are half as gentle, or,
D                    A
Firm as they like to be
Bm                        G
 Thank God you see me the way you do
D                     A
Strange as you are to me.



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jamesta16 10 Oct 03, 2008 01:04 PM

Goodwork, Thanks!

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Jonnybin123 72 Jul 14, 2009 11:10 AM

Capo on 1st

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straightfrom 41 Mar 23, 2014 11:19 AM, edited at 03:25 pm

capo 2nd, not 1st.

capo the 2nd fret and play the chords as these open chords shapes.

Verse
Ami F C

Chorus
G F C
G Ami F
C G

The tab above is completely correct but in order to get the hammer on arpeggiation that Sam is actually playing you need to use a different voicing than the basic open version of these chords in the original tab. The capo essentially moves the nut for you so you can play the other voicings as open. It's not really transposed.

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