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Canadian Girl chords

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D#         F#aug
D#         Adim
Adim                  D#    Adim
You are the morning
Adim      D#   Adim
I am the night
                   D#              F#aug
I was the only one left at the right time

A#sus2      D#
And only I still call you mine
A#sus2 D#                        A#
Only I'm still hanging on

D#         
Adim          D#              Adim                     D#   Adim    
Blown by a strong wind, blooded with fear 
                        D#
All that you said to me is still so very clear


A#sus2                               D#
So take my hand ah-ah
D#
The players in the band
            A#sus2
They can always find
D#                        
Always find some number that we know

A#sus2     D#     
A#sus2     D#     
A#sus2         
A#sus2                 A#
You’ll miss me when I’m gone
Adim                                                    D#
But the happy music will carry on

   D#
You are the morning
               Adim
I am the night           
                                                    D#
I was the only one left at the right time

                  A#sus2    D#
And only I still call you mine
A#sus2              D#            A#
Only I'm still hanging on


D#

            
            
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Scratcher12 10 May 13, 2017 11:44 AM

Nice try at a relatively difficult tab. You helped give me a good head start but I've made a few changes that I think are closer to the original. Basically, I replaced F#aug with Gm, Adim with Adim7, A#sus2 with G#, and the A# at the end of the chorus with Fm.

So I play it like this:
Intro: D#(xx888x)-Gm(xx12-12-11x)/D#(xx888x)-Adim7(xx13-11-13x)
Verse: D#-Adim7 / D#-Adim7 / D#-Gm / D# / D#
Chorus 1: G# / D# / G# / D#-Fm (includes A# steps in the bass line)
Interlude 1: D#-Adim7 (1x)
Repeat Verse same as above
Chorus 2: G# / D# (4x) then hang on G# going into post-chorus
Post-Chorus: G# / A# / D# / G# (listen for phrasing)
Back into Chorus 1 same as above
Interlude 2: D# / G# / D# hang on G# again
Repeat Post-Chorus same as above
Ending: Hang on D# (with accents on Bb and C on the 2nd string)
(Try something like this: xx888x-xx8811x-xx888x-xx8813x)

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Scratcher12 10 May 13, 2017 05:14 PM

After some more experimentation, I'm slightly torn on the F#aug. I'm playing triads for the intro section and the difference between F#aug (xx12-11-11x) and Gm (xx12-12-11x) is so slight that I could go either way. I keep listening to the bass line but I can't decide if that second note is a F# or a G. Both work well if you ask me, but I think I prefer the Gm.

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leticia1221 43 May 14, 2017 11:56 AM

Thank you, Scratcher12, for taking the time to revisit this tab which I tried to figure out so long ago! Again, thank you very much, I'll try your suggestions when I find the time (very soon, I hope). It's so sunny that it always makes me want to play it!

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