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Chapter 2 Chords (ver.1)

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Chapter 2 Chords (ver.1)

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Tuning: standard for chords, however use dropped d if you want to play the bass part i 
For the g minor chord, its in the bass which accents the minor note and I find it is 
to play it like this: (310003)

Fig1: Bass part
e|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|------0--3h5-3-0-3h5-3---------------------------------------------------|
D|-0--4--------------------------------------------------------------------|


(A)
 A movement is accomplished in six stages
                          (D)    Fig1
 And the seventh brings return.

(A)
 The seven is the number of the young light
                                        (D)   Fig1
 It forms when darkness is increased by one.
(G)      (Gm)          (D)
 Change returns success
(G)                       (D)
 Going and coming without error.
(G)       (Gm)         (D)
 Action brings good fortune.
(A)
 Sunset.

 The time is with the month of winter solstice
 When the change is due to come.
 Thunder in the other course of heaven.
 Things cannot be destroyed once and for all.
 Change returns success
 Going and coming without error.
 Action brings good fortune.
 Sunset, sunrise.

 A movement is accomplished in six stages
 And the seventh brings return.
 The seven is the number of the young light
 It forms when darkness is increased by one.
 Change returns success
 Going and coming without error.
 Action brings good fortune.
 Sunset, sunrise.

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| h  hammer-on
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