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Try E Asus2 Asus2 E Bsus4
I've noticed that the chords work, but it may help to see the beginning riff like this: G C C-G-D.
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NO THE CHORDS ARE.... ADDAE
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D, Dsus, A capo non 3rd Fret is the best
Bb9 F C4
Good job. Works well for me. The extra C is there to show where to emphasise the chord just before changing to the G.
D and Dsus versions are too thin. Try playing your G with the B string covered at fret 3 and the C with the top E and B covered at fret 3(like a C2).
Capo on 3 then the chords are
D Dsus4 G D Asus slide to A
The chords are D Dsus and Asus, just try them , they are correct.
Chords are not even close
E A E Bm
would be good if it didn't confusingly repeat "C" unnecessarily
Your chords are for the vocal line, not the guitar which is D, Dsus, Dsus2 (commonly capo'd to F)
this song actually works a lot better if you capo the first fret and then play it as e, a, e, a, b. try the a and b as suspended chords though. sounds a lot better. the actual notes are f, Bbsus, and Csus
thats because it is correct in D lol
yeah sorry but the chords are supposed to be D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D G the G is xx7650
i worked out these chords a year ago and i've been playing it like this ever since
unnessecary chords written out, chords written out in the wrong places
Sounds more correct in D
chorus doesn't make sense
While this might work as the second guitar, it shure as heck ain't this lead.
lyric positions are wrong? Or the chording format pushed the text off the line.