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Coming Down Ver2 chords

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Coming Down by Starsailor

Transcribed by Mario Jaconelli

mailto: mariojaconelli@hotmail.com

I would say its important to get the rythm on this song right,
on the Em chord listen to the track and you'll hear that
he is adding and removing his finger on the D string on the Em chord.
Sounds a bit like Travis-'Side' at this point.

Em   :022000
Am   :X02210
Asus2:X02200
D    :XX023X
D#   :XXX34X
Em1  :X79987
B    :799877
Am1  :577555
Esus2:X79977

Em         
If you don't mind,

Could we not fight?
I see you're close woman,
In the night,
      Am   Asus2  Am
I'm sober,
  D   D#   Em
Still alive,

Waste your days,

On your own,

Getting drunk,

getting stoned,
        Am  Asus2  Am
I'm sober,
D     D#  Em
Still alone, 

Em1                       B    
   Must I always take a back seat?
Am1                       Em
   Must I always be your clown?
Em1                     B
   Did you ever really love me?
Am1                       Em
   Were you always coming down? 

See your face,
See your eyes,
Shouldn't have left,
Shouldn't have lied,
I'm sober,
Spirit's died, 

Must I always take a back seat?
Must I always be your clown?
Did you ever really love me?
Were you always coming down? 

Em1                       B    
   Must I always take a back seat?
Am1                       Em
   Must I always be your clown?
Em1                     B
   Did you ever really love me?
Am1                   >>>>Into solo
   Were you always coming down? 


E:--------------------------------------------------------------------|
B:--------------------------------------------------------------------|
G:--------------------------------------------------------------------|
D:-------------------------------------5>7-5>7-5>7-5>7 5>7-5>7-5>7-5>7|
A:-----5>7-5>7-5>7-5>7 5>7-5>7-5>7-5>7-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0|
E:-----0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX|

> = Hammer On.

Then 'B' and 'Em changing to and from Esus2 quickly'

Hope you get what I mean.

            
            
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b34 83 Mar 12, 2006 03:14 AM

Excellent tab, though I play a B where you put the D# but thats only prefference i guess, and cant fault the rest of it. fully worthy of 5 stars!

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sezar 2,404 Feb 11, 2014 09:37 AM

instead of pressing D-D# as a chord I just tap d string and then 1st fret of d string which is d# and it makes the transaction to em chord easier. and I also think that's how they do in the song by themselves

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