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City And Colour - Comin Home tab

Tuning: Standard
Capo 2nd Fret

Note: This is tabbed to be played solo with one acoustic guitar. I'm not going to tab
a strumming pattern because you can get that from listening to the song and I just find it
to write it out that way. This is just my interpretation of how Dallas plays this live. 
it gives you an idea of how the song is played. Also, I just wanted to add that
chords are placed in a very rough position throughout the song, you just have to sing 
with it to get where they should go for the song to sound right.

Thanks for looking.

Chords: (relative to capo)

    Em      C/G     A6/7sus4

Intro Riff:


Bridge Riff: (relative to capo)



  Intro Riff  |      Em*     |  A6/7sus4  |   C/G**  |

      Em      |  Intro Riff  |  A6/7sus4  |   C/G**  |

   A6/7sus4   |      Em      |  Verse 1 begins while still on Em...

*  This chord usually starts of with all open strings and he hammers on the A and D at
2nd fret to make the Em chord. Also, right before the next chord he sometimes slides up
around 12/14th fret and taps the A and D strings (I think, like harmonics are played), 
it's omitted here.

** Add a pull off on the B string of this chord on the last downstroke. You can play
with this and add it wherever you wish throughout the song.

Verse 1:

(still on Em)    A6/7sus4       C/G
I've    been     down     to    Georgia,

                         A6/7sus4               Em
I've     seen     the    streets   in    the    West,

etc. with the same strumming pattern and you're just alternating between C/G and Em at
end of every line.

I've driven down the 90
Hell, I've seen America's best
I've been through the Rockies
I've seen Saskatoon
I've driven down the Highway ONE
Just hoping that I'd see you soon

[ Tab from: ]
(still on Em)       A6/7sus4    C/G
'Cause      I'm     comin'      home

        A6/7sus4    Em
I'm     comin'      home x6

Intro Riff then back into Em and then start Verse 2

The A6/7sus4 is played for only 1 downstroke and 1 upstroke to get the timing right. He
also skips the A6/7sus4 chord. Play around with it. Also, sometimes in the chorus he
the Em and does a hammer on and pull off on the B string on the first fret.

Verse 2:

I've never been to Alaska
But I can tell you this
I've been to Lincoln Nebraska
And hell you know it ain't worth shit
I've been through Nova Scotia
Sydney to Halifax
I'll never take any pictures
'Cause I'll know I'll just be right back


'Cause I'm comin' home
I'm comin home x6

Verse 3:

I've seen a palace in London
I've seen a castle in Wales
But I'd rather wake up beside you
And breathe that old familiar smell
I never thought you could leave me
I figured I was the one
I understand your sadness
So I guess I should just hold my tongue

[ Bridge Riff ]
(you can throw this in wherever you want)


But I'm comin' home

[ Bridge Riff ]

I'm comin' home x6

Bridge: (played softly)

Don't use the Em in the Bridge, just alternate between the 2 chords below and then after
will it be his?" switch to Em and go to the outro. He also frequently does pulls offs
the B string for both chords.

A6/7sus4                 C/G
I know that we're taking chances

A6/7sus4               C/G     etc.
You told me life was a risk
I just have one last question
Will it be my heart
Or will it be his?

(still on C/G)    Em
'Cause I'm comin' home

Em        C/G
I'm comin home x6

And then add in the A6/7sus4 where you feel necessary or even the bridge riff, whatever
feel comfortable with.

| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off

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