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Piano Tab, Accords



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F>  Start out with just the left hand with this:
R>  
.>  3|---g--g-----g--g-----g--g-----g--g--|
T>  3|c--D#-D#-c--D#-D#-c--D#-D#-c--D#-D#-|
A>  
B>  Repeat X
N>  
A>  
B>  then play...
B>  R 5|---------g--------
E>  R 5|---------D#-------
R>  R 5|---------c--------
.>  R 4|g-----------------
C>  R 4|D#----------------
O>  R 4|c-----------------
M>  L 3|---g--g-----g--g--
->  L 3|c--D#-D#-c--D#-D#-
F>  
R>  
.>  R 6|g-----------------
T>  R 6|D#----------------
A>  R 6|c-----------------
B>  L 3|---g--g-----g--g--
N>  L 3|c--D#-D#-c--D#-D#-
A>  
B>  
B>  
E>  R 5|---------g--------
R>  R 5|---------D#-------
.>  R 4|---------A#-------
C>  R 4|g-----------------
O>  R 4|D#----------------
M>  R 3|A#----------------
->  L 3|---g--g-----g--g--
F>  L 3|---D#-D#----D#-D#-
R>  L 2|A#-------A#-------
.>  
T>  
A>  R 6|g-----------------
B>  R 6|D#----------------
N>  R 5|A#----------------
A>  L 3|---g--g-----g--g--
B>  L 3|---D#-D#----D#-D#-
B>  L 2|A#-------A#------
E>  
R>  
.>  R 4|f---------------------------------|
C>  R 4|d---------------------------------|
O>  R 3|b---------------------------------|
M>  L 3|---f--f-----f--f-----f--f-----f--f|
->  L 3|---d--d-----d--d-----d--d-----d--d|
F>  L 2|b--------b--------b--------b------|

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RatpackRyan
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(2 months ago)
You should change the sharps to their enharmonic equivalent to ease confusion. Example: we are obviously in the scale of Cm which has a natural 'd' and a flat 'e'. So instead of writing the Cm chord as C+D#+G it should be written as C+Eb+G. This way it agrees with general music theory and triads and if you ever write and post the melody you don't have to write D# followed by D natural

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goveg8535

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(7 years ago)
what about the part that goes along with the singing??

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david
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(8 years ago)
this is awesome
manman forever!
u should learn van helsing boom box

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sean
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(8 years ago)
sorry man I was wrong
I had it messed up not you

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sean
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(8 years ago)
this is completely wrong. I think you have the wrong song

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