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Four Days  Counting Crows

This is a correction from the other. That sounds fine when you're playing
acoustic guitar with a full band. If you want the full sound from one person the
chords should look like this:
[D] [F#/D] [G] [Em]  
 [[--3---3---3---3---/ Notes: The F#/D chord is best played by releasing the index finger
 [[--2---x---0---0---/ from the D chord to finger the F# bass note, then release the
 [[--0---0---0---2---/ middle finger to walk to the G chord.
 [[--x---0---x---2---/ Also, the progression ends with a hammer on from the F#
 [[--x---2---3---0---/ bass note to the G bass note, played on the E string. Listen for 

this riff in the recorded track, you'll understand.
[D]All I want[F#/D] is [G]something [Em] good
(Hammer on riff)
It gets harder every time.
[D]She is [F#/D]leaving [G]here to[Em]night
(Hammer on riff)
Take a breath
[Em]Take your time[G]
Spread your wings and rise [D]
[Csus2] They descend and then they [G] climb[Em]
Feathers falling through the night
Have you seen Ohio rise?
It has been four days and four [D] nights
Return to original chord/riff pattern for the final verse.
Then the chorus patter to end the song, with some room for improvisation towards the end.
End on Em

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Csus2 D Em F#/D G
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