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Forty Foot Echo, Brand New Day Chords (ver.1)

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Brand New Day Chords (ver.1)

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                Ok guys this is the first song I've ever tabbed(or chorded, or whatever)so bear
with me. It sounds right so I hope it is. There is one chord, however, that I'm
not sure about (the D in the chorus: try playing it by taking your finger off the
bottom string), so if you can get the right chord, let me know because I really
want to know how to play this song exactly.


CAPO 1

Am                         C
Never thought I'd say I'm sorry

G                         F
Never thought I'd be the one to bring you down

Am                      C
Now when I look out my window

G                              F
But there doesn't seem to be anyone around


CHORUS
Am C G                          F    C    G  
And I, I think I'll change my ways
                        F           C       G
So all your words get noticed
                      D(?)    Em     F
Tomorrow's a brand new day
                  Am      C      G      F
Tomorrow's a new day.


Am                          C
We said we'd take a little time

                   G
For both of us to see

                         F            
And wonder what it'd be like to carry on

Am                C
Ya I know I got crazy

                         G
Well I guess that's just me

                       F               
If I could turn back time before the wrong


CHORUS

solo
first part: play verse chords
second part: play chorus chords

CHORUS (listen to the song for the ending chorus arrangement)

Am                          C
Never thought I'd say I'm sorry

G                         F
Never thought I'd be the one
            
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