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|Thanks for the great rating all!! You heard it here first, this song is going be big as soon as Aaron Lewis' acoustic solo album comes out. Cheers!|
-cntrypicker | 11/21/2010
|Thanks for all the comments. I know there is a version that is differnt then the one I have posted.Pleasecheck out the attached video. The video is what I used to tab out the song:) Thanks!!|
-cntrypicker | 2/16/2011
|where the hell is the original one that was on here drop d tuned down half a step with a capo and all these alternate chords arent necessary jesus christ!!!!|
-muscismyrelease | 4/5/2011
|please help me understand your question. I tried to match the way he played it in the attached video. Please explain. What chords should there be??|
-cntrypicker | 4/5/2011
|I thought his voice sounded familiar. As far as chords go man, this is close enough if it isnt spot on. Thanks!|
-parkayj | 10/6/2011
|Hey man, this was a good job. I like it and think that it is pretty damn close!|
-bucky548 | 12/21/2011
|Your spot on with is man. no need for a capo and all that just drop D and a couple easy chords. Good job man!|
-rebelwithin | 6/13/2012
|Is there any way to transpose these chords for a beginner?|
-poodydoo | 8/15/2012
|only two chords need to be fixed. The Cadd9 and the D |
instead of the regular Cadd9, place your middle finger on the 5th string 3rd fret, ring finger on the 2nd string third fret and pinky on 1st string 3rd fret.
D can be fixed by simply lifting your middle finger from the 1st string 2nd fret.
pretty easy fix and sounds about right to me...
-02261981 | 8/23/2013
|With a beginner what does is meam to hammer the index finger on the D chord?|
-Flexan_Texan | 5/16/2014