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Dan Mangan - Pine For Cedars chords

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Dan Mangan - Pine for Cedars
standard tuning
Capo 5

       A x02220
    Asus x02230
     F#m x44200
 F#maddD x44230
F#maddC# x44220
       E 022100
      E7 022130
      E6 022120
       D x003230

(A) Asus F#m F#maddD F#maddC# E E7 E6 A E E7

A                      Asus        A 
She might be wearing a green chemise
      F#m                           F#maddD     F#maddC#
And a hat that she bought 'cause it matches her jeans
        E                        E7           E6
And the water she drinks well it comes from a stream
       A                           E                E7
By the house she might win in that hospital lottery


    A                        Asus         A           
And I might be stumbling and cursing them all                    
         F#m                  F#maddD       F#maddC#   
When she picks me up from the place that we both call
   E                    E7           E6                   
Disaster relief for the rent must be paid by the 
  A                       E             E7
first of the month or in my case, 15th
      



        D        E
This is good as far as I can tell
           A                       D
It's still heavy as hell when it's good
      D
And I do like the road
           E
But I'd be better at home
       A
I will pine for the oak streets
    F#m                      E
And pine for the cedars and you



    A                         Asus       A
Been around I suppose I have chatted and chewed
       F#m                    F#maddD F#maddC#          
I have lugged my guitar to the nice café blues
    E                     E7     E6           
And when I come home I am coming home 
        A          E            E7
To this street and these avenues



        D        E
This is good as far as I can tell
           A                       D
It's still heavy as hell when it's good
      D
And I do like the road
           E
But I'd be better at home
       A
I will pine for the oak streets
    F#m                      E E7
And pine for the cedars and you


This is the version I've seen Dan play a few times. It matches to the cd fairly 
nicely but don't feel obliged to keep the E6 or F#maddC# in there. I find the 
extra notes just fill it out a bit more. 
Listen to the song for timing. Its dead easy! Be creative! Enjoy :)
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