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Place To Be chords

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Capo 3rd Fret


D  Em/F#  D  Em/F#

[Verse 1]

Em/F#                D
When I was young, younger than before
Em/F#                        D
I never saw the truth hanging from the door
F#m            Em/F#
And now I'm older see it face to face
F#m               Em/F#            D
And now I'm older gotta get up clean the place
D Em/F#  D  Em/F#

[Verse 2]

And I was green, greener than the hill
Where flowers grow and the sun shone still
Now I'm darker than the deepest sea
Just hand me down, give me place to be

[Verse 3]

And I was strong, strong in the sun
I thought I'd see when day was done
Now I'm weaker than the palest blue
Oh so weak in this need for you


    D  Em/F# F#m
F# -0-  -0-  -0-|
A  -0-  -2-  -0-|
G  -2-  -0-  -2-|
D  -4-  -2-  -4-|
A  -0-  -2-  -4-|
D  -0-  -2-  -4-|

NOTE: While playing D, constantly hammer on and off the second fret note
of the G string.  With Em/F#, the second fret note of the lowest D string
is hammered on, then the second fret note of the A string is often
hammered on too.  There is much more going on in this song, particularly
the solo, but I figured something is better than nothing.  Maybe I'll get
back and do a more detailed version one of these days- anyone else who
wants to try is very welcome to.

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new_decade 10 Apr 13, 2009 07:26 AM

For those that dont have a spare string to hand you can tune the F# to a D without affecting the chord sounds badly.

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moody07747 230 Feb 06, 2012 12:58 AM

wait, I'm confused...do you tune to D A D G A F# while the capo is on or off the 3rd fret?

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Holy. 50 Aug 11, 2012 01:16 PM

There is also a second note being pulled off for the D chord. After you hammer on the first note, you pull off from fret 5 to 4 on the D string. If you listen to the chord closely in the song, this is what it sounds like.

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