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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
The ways I've improved the tab are as follows: 

1. I have the A chord in the verse as a dominant seventh chord, not a 
   minor chord. You can hear the major tonality very distinctly, especially
   on the toy piano, and the flat seventh just fits right in. Not sure how
   three tabs made that same mistake.
2. I've added the Fmaj chord near the end of the chorus, which happens
   before the change to Dmaj. Again, not sure how three tabs made the same
   exact mistake.
3. I've added F# root to the G chord in the verse because it's very easy to
   play and helps guide the song along. It sounds weird without it.

The original key of this song is halfway between F and F#. I've tabbed it in
G simply because this is by far the simplest way to play the song. You'd have
to tune your guitar down 3/4 of a step to match the recording with this tab
(which is what the band probably did). Want the song in F or F#? Use the
transpose tool.

[Toy piano intro]
G C G C

[Verse 1]
G      C       G          C
Sunday mornin' brings the dawn in
G  G/F#        Em               A7    D
   It's just a restless feelin' by my side

G     C        G      C
Early dawnin', Sunday mornin'
G  G/F#          Em              A7      D
   It's just the wasted years so close behind

[Chorus]
G              C
Watch out, the world's behind you
G                  C
There's always someone around you
         Am                    F   D
Who will call, it's nothing at all

[Verse 2]
G      C        G       C
Sunday mornin', and I'm fallin'
G  G/F#       Em              A7      D
   I've got a feelin' I don't want to know

G     C        G      C
Early dawnin', Sunday mornin'
G  G/F#         Em                         A7    D
   It's all the streets you crossed not so long ago

[Chorus]
G              C
Watch out, the world's behind you
G                  C
There's always someone around you
         Am                    F   D
Who will call, it's nothing at all

G C G C 
G G/F# Em A7 D

G              C
Watch out, the world's behind you
G                  C
There's always someone around you
         Am                    F   D
Who will call, it's nothing at all

[Outro]
G      C
Sunday mornin'
G      C
Sunday mornin'
G      C
Sunday mornin'
G      C
Sunday mornin'

            
            
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hassanradwan 31 Dec 31, 2012 09:04 AM

This the best tab, thanks! Strange how it hasn't got any stars. Well hopefully I've rectified that.

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Faufiffon 10 Mar 02, 2013 01:13 PM

This is definitely the best version I've found.
The A and G/F# chords are great additions. You should be careful though : the G/F# chord displayed by the site is not the right one, it should just be a G with a F# bass (220003 or 220033). The explanations about the tuning are interesting.

The other tabs do make mistakes. This one is spot on.

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liquidcrystals 21 Mar 28, 2013 12:52 AM

This is definitely the most accurate chords on the site. I even tuned down 3/4 of a step like you said and it's in key with the record. This deserves 5 stars rather than just 4.

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