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Acorde de #41 - Dave Matthews Band

Letra de #41

The Bm7 sounds better played with the 1st and 4th strings loose, notes E and D.  

The Em7 is in tabbed as the Dm7, two frets ahead. Like this (from low to high tone): 022433.

Most times on Em7 only the 4 highest tone strings are used.

Ao fazer o Am7(x02010) alternar o 5.o dedo na 3.a casa da primeira corda (fica x02010 - x02013 - x02010)



1st part: Am7, Bm7, Em7, D

2nd part: G, Bm7, C

Intro: (Am7 Bm7, Em7, D)



Am7

Come and see

Bm7 Em7

I swear by now I'm playing time

D Am7

against my troubles

Bm7 Em7 D

Oh, I'm coming slow but speeding



Am7 Bm7

Do you wish a dance and while

Em7

I'm in the front

D Am7

The play on time is won

Bm7 Em7 D

Oh, But the difficulty is coming

Am7 Bm7 Em7 D

here



Am7, Bm7, Em7, D



G Bm7 C

I will go in this way

G

And find my own way out

Bm7 C

I won't tell you to stay



But I'm coming to much more

Am7 Bm7

Me

Em7

All at once the ghosts come back

D Am7

Reeling in you now

Bm7 Em7 D

Oh, What if they came down crushing

Am7 Bm7

Remember when I used to play for

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Em7 D

all of the loneliness that nobody



Am7

notices now

Bm7 Em7 D

Oh, I'm begging slow I'm coming

Am7 Bm7 Em7 D

Here… Only waiting

Am7 Bm7

I wanted to stay

Em7

I wanted to play,

D Am7

I wanted to love you..

Bm7

I'm only this far

Em7 D

And only tomorrow will leads the way

Am7 Bm7

I'm coming waltzing back and

Em7 D

moving into your head



G Bm7 C

Please, I wouldn't pass this by

G

I wouldn't take any more than

Bm7 C

What sort of man goes by



I will bring water

G Bm7

Why won't you ever be glad

C

It melts into wonder

G

I came in praying for you

Bm7

Why won't you run

C

into the rain and play

G

Let the tears splash all over you

Bm7, C

(G Bm7, C)...



(Am7 Bm7, Em7, D )...

Letra subida por: Anónimo

Discos en los que aparece este acorde: Crash , Live In Chicago 12.19.98

El acorde de #41 de Dave Matthews Band es una versión de la canción original realizada por colaboradores/usuarios de Coveralia.

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