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I Never Said I Was Brave Acoustic tab

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CAPO on 2nd fret holding down A, D, G, B and E strings. In other words, do not CAP the 
low E, just all the strings below it, so without any fingers it effectively looks like this.


There are other ways to do it, but I think this sounds best.

[I'll tab the song as though there is no capo on with regards to the fret numbers, to 
make things simple]

Intro & Verse




Then at the end of the chorus....

And repeat

Tab by NotTheEyes
Music by meWithoutYou

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lyingfromyou118 210 Apr 22, 2012 08:48 PM

Sounds good, but instead of putting the capo on only the five highest strings, you can tune to Drop D and capo all six strings and just increase any fret numbers on the low E (tuned to D, capoed back up to E) by two. For example, in the chord used to end the chorus, instead of holding the 7th fret on the low E, you'd hold the 9th fret. I found this easier. Thanks.

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