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Suns Coming Up Chords (ver.1)

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Suns Coming Up Chords (ver.1)

Tame Impala
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                        Tame Impala - Sun's Coming Up

This song is played on a piano, but can of course be played on a guitar as well.

3/4 tempo
   G     F#m    F     F#m
e|--------------------------|
B|---3-3---2-23---1-1---2-2-|
G|---4-4---2-2----2-2---2-2-|
D|---5-5---4-4----3-3---4-4-|
A|--------------------------|
E|-3-----2------1-----2-----|

G                  F#m  F                   F#m
All those things I ever thought would never end,
   C                  Am
To think they now are memories
C                  Dmaj7/A
Since we're in the band
G                   F#m      F            F#m
Watch the airplanes swaying, coming in to land
C                Am         C              Dmaj7/A
Then my world is hanging in someone else's hands
G                  F#m            F              F#m
And if I have done something, you have to let me go
C              Am       C                Dmaj7/A
Think of me as someone, someone that you know
G                   F#m        F                F#m
But if I don't hear something, pretty soon from now, ill
C             Am       C                  C7
disconnect completely, see how that works out
C   Am
C/G C7

Gm Gm/A   Gm/Eb   F          Gm
I  wasn't daring, not much a chancer
Gm Gm/A Cm       F             Gm
Oh my   darling, why won't you answer?
Gm Gm/A Gm/Eb F           Gm
Se-ven  AM,   midnight in Dover
Gm    Gm/A  Cm      F            Gm
Sun's comin up now, I guess it's over.
Gm      Gm/A   Gm/Eb     F         
    Gm
Playing his guitar while he's dying of cancer
Gm Gm/A Cm      F             Gm
Oh my   father, why won't you answer?
Gm Gm/A Gm/Eb F           Gm
Se-ven  AM,   midnight in Dover
Gm    Gm/A  Cm      F            Gm
Sun's comin up now, I guess it's over.

The guitar noise that follows, uses mainly these chords:
B   F#m
And
Cm  A#m Gmaj7

Since the piano part is played in 3/4 tempo, the bottom note of the chord is often 
played as the bass.
Look at the intro part - and listen to the song - to get the rhythm right.

   Dmaj7/A  Gm/A Gm/Eb
e|---2-----------------|
B|---2------3-----3----|
G|---2------3-----3----|
D|----------5-----5----|
A|---0------------6----|
E|----------5----------|
            
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