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Kings Of Convenience, Homesick Tabs (ver.1)

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Homesick Tabs (ver.1)

Kings Of Convenience Tabs
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                Capo 1

Intro:
E|-8----8--7----7-5----5-3----3-0----0-3----3--0---3----------3------------|
B|---8-------7------5------3------1------3-----------1-----------1---------|
G|----9-------7------5------4------2------5------------0----------0--------|
D|-10---10-9----9-7----7-5----5-3----3-5----5----2---------2---------------|
A|---------------------------------------------3---------3-----------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|

E|-8----8--7----7-3----3-5----5-1----1-3----3--0---3----------3------------|
B|---8-------7------3------5------1------3-----------1-----------1---------|
G|----9-------7------4------5------2------5------------0----------0--------|
D|-10---10-9----9-5----5-7----7-3----3-5----5----2---------2---------------|
A|---------------------------------------------3---------3-----------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|


Fingerpick chords like the end of the intro. If that makes any sense at all.
If not, I apologize. It's not too hard to figure out, though. JUST LISTEN TO THE SONG.

in this order:

C12?- 032013
Am- you can play that
F- and that
G- that too

For the other part of the verses, "two soft voices..", it's something like

C, Am, F, C
Am, C, F

when they sing "a song for.." at the end, I generally fingerpick some chord I forgot the 
for. It's this: xx3210. F something.

Please understand that taking my advice is not always the best idea, as I am not the 
of person to be completely thorough in these endeavors, and have, as you can see, left most 
the playing up to you.

Damn, that was a long sentence.
            
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