Jason (jcreed) wrote,

I think I'm ripping of the beginning of "Michelle", here, but it's a fun pattern to play:

Am E7 Dm Am
Am E7 Dm Am
G F#:4/8 F:4/8 Am:4/8 rest:1/8 Am7add4:2/8 Am:1/8 Am
G F#:4/8 F:4/8 Am E7
Fractions indicate number of eighth-note strums, assuming 8/8 if none
given. The three chords on the beginning of the last two lines are barre:
G:  355433
F#: 244322
F:  133211

The crazy-notated A chord is just

Am7add4: x00010

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