» » »

Sarah Mclachlan - Lost Tabs

Artists:  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z # 

Lost Tabs

(ver. 1) Click to play this song!
Sarah Mclachlan
4/5 (4 votes)
    Lost lessons Tabs too difficult? Try these video lessons and learn fast

-capo 3rd fret
-play without a pick


**After each chord use your hand to slap the strings.  It's
easiest if you leave your fingers curled in the same position
used for plucking the chords; trying to flatten your hand to
do the slapping can be frustrating if you've never tried it
before.  You'd only need to open your hand if you wanted to
drum the body of the guitar.  It sounds to me like Sarah is
hitting just the strings on this tune.  And now back to our
regularly scheduled program...

Chorus Part I (combines guitar chords with mandolin part):

 D U D  D  D     (1st and 2nd time)| (3rd time)

(D=Downstrum, U=Up; let the * chord ring while playing the
2,3,3,0,3 which follow it)

 D  U  D
(* form this chord with the index finger across the 2nd fret
of E,B, and G strings, and the middle finger on the B-string:
this allows you to hold the D chord while playing the other
melody notes.)

Chorus Part II:
Cadd9   Gadd5   D   Amin

There are a number of weaving melody lines being played here.
Try something like this to fill the space:

D   C (hold the C until the voice kicks in)
Emin   D  C   D  (repeat this line until the next chorus)

The electric guitar plays something like this over the Emin D
C D part the 1st time:

something like this will get you by the rest of the
repetitions of the Emin. D C D part:

- back to the Chorus
- after the Chorus, hold a C chord, then play the Verse to
the end

If you have any questions, comments, or corrections, you can
Submit corrections

↑ Back to top | Tablatures and chords for acoustic guitar and electric guitar, ukulele, drums are parodies/interpretations of the original songs. You may use it for private study, scholarship, research or language learning purposes only