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Sore chords

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Personally I think it's Wintersleep's best song
And a pretty easy one to play



Tuning: Standard



Chords:   Am  Dm  F   D   C



**NOTE: When playing the chord F for this song, instead of using the
conventional F maj, leave the B and High E strings open to achieve
the same tone as is played in the song. Also, when playing the D chord 
in the bridge after the chorus, leave the High E string open.





Am   Dm    F   
     You've been awake all morning


Am   Dm    F
     Wanting to tell me something


Am   Dm    F
     I know you are scared


Am   Dm    F
           You can tell me anything...



Chorus:

Am  Dm   F    (x2)



D                C
Consciously endure


D                C
Every ache and sore





(Repeat Chorus):


Am   Dm    F      (x4)
You can tell me anything...





D                C
Consciously endure

                          <----- (x2)
D                C
Every ache and sore



            
            
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jacethibault 21 Feb 04, 2013 08:19 PM

The end of the chorus should be Dm to C, not D to C

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mhmd.tarek 20 May 11, 2014 08:55 AM

May I also suggest an Fmaj7 (x03210) instead of a C at the end of the chorus? I feel that it fits more into the song :)

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