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Nada Surf, Here Goes Something Chords (ver.1)

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Here Goes Something Chords (ver.1)

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First off you will need a Capo on the 2nd fret.

Now I've been listening, and listening, to this song to try to get it just right.
Unfortunately this is as close as I can get.
NOTE: The strumming patters are very specific! I have the chords set up so you change ON 
WORD, SYLLABLE, OR REST(with a few exceptions)!
To get the best of the song, read what I have down or listen to it closely!

\=strum down
/=strum up
"/ or "\=strum slowly as to hit the strings on after another.
Pattern= down, down, down up x2

Chords (relative to the capo):
A x02220 D xx0232 G 320003 C#(I think) x02230

           A \\\/\\\/    D\\\/\\\/
Look around, what a mess
G \\\/\\\/          C#\\\/A\\\/
Anybody's guess

Each slow strum goes with the words.

A"\    "\    C#"\          D\\\/\\\/
Here goes something x2
A"\    "\    C#"\          D\\\/\\\/
Now change programs
A"\    "\    C#"\          D\\\/\\\/
Here goes something

          A\\\/\\\/     D\\\/\\\/
Gravity's, big success
G\\\/\\\/                  C#\\\/A\\\/
No ones taken off yet
                 A\\\/\\\/          D\\\/\\\/
Changing speeds, what a ride
G\\\/\\\/           C#\\\/A\\\/
Stir up your insides

This time each slow strum goes with each syllable of the word "majesty"

      A"\   "\C# "\  D\\\/\\\/
Your ma-jest-y x3
A"\    "\    C#"\
Where we mean

              A\\\/\\\/      D\\\/\\\/
Chasing light, dawn to bed
G\\\/\\\/            C#\\\/A\\\/
It came to me instead
             A\\\/\\\/       D\\\/\\\/
Chasing light, dawn to bed
G\\\/\\\/            C#\\\/A\"\ D"\
It came to me instead
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