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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Note: this is intended purely for beginners.


Ok, this is the first set of chords I've ever contributed to any community. This is my
of the song that I found on my classical guitar. I hope it works out fine...

Intro: Palm Muted eighth notes, figure out the timing by listening to the song.
D Bm D

A Fm*

Bm A Bm

...and here's this version that I made by mistake. Sounds nice, but yeah, it's still
Play the first chord in a line one beat (keep it eighth notes, palm muted), the second
for 7 beats, and the last chord for 2:
D Bm D

A Fm* A

Bm G D

*Optional: make it F major for a different tone


For the sake of simplicity, the chords could be looped through the entire song, although
would probably be more advisable to find different chord sets for the verses and the
(unless you think it's alright ^^v). It gets pretty boring when you hear the same chords 
over and over again.

            
            
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