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Drop D like so many of the other songs off "Endless Numbered Days". The G chord is never
fully strummed. Rather, a bass line that peddles the open strings is played. The C is a
Cmaj7 and technically the D is Dmaj6 removing the high E string entirely from the chord 
and in this case removing the B to open. But unless you strike the open B as clearly as
he does, it sounds fine as just a Dadd9. The clear striking of the open B is something 
he uses sparingly and it seems to slowly disappear as the arrangement continues. So strum 
each chord and strike the B at your own judgment to mimic the song.

Here is what I play. Remember, Drop D with a 2nd fret capo is required.

    Cmaj7        D6                 G

    Cmaj7          G              D6

    Cmaj7      Dadd9
---0-0-0-0---2-2-2-2------repeat entire song-------|

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wbalston 211 Sep 12, 2013 09:11 PM

good. gooooooood. thank you. so many little variations though grr

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