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Frank Turner - Smiling At Strangers On Trains chords

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                Smiling At Strangers On Trains - Frank Turner
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Tabbed by: Neil Wicker
E-mail: wicker101@hotmail.co.uk

Tuning: Standard

capo 2

[ch]Amadd9[/ch] - 020210

Riff chords: strum each a few times and a single strum of the last one on the last 
time, I made a sound clip to explain this better, https://soundcloud.com/wicker101/
smiling-at-stranger-on-train?in=wicker101/sets/tabs-guitar-only
first full speed then slower.

e|--0--0--0--0--3------------3--|
B|--1--1--1--1--0--0h1--1p0--0--|
G|--0--0--2--0--0--0----0-------|
D|--3--5--2--2--0--0h2--2p0-----|
A|--3--5--0--3--0--0----0-------|
E|--x--x----(3)-3--3----3-------|

repeat this riff for the verses (listen to the song for timing)

Chorus:

Dm (hammer on the high e string here (0h1) and end on 000230)
smoke.
and you were always


Dm                                   Am  
as far as Mongolia, as close as my clothes
                                [ch]Amadd9[/ch]       C/G
your presence pervading, but it still never shows
                                      F
as close as the answer I never quite know, or canít quite remember

Dm                                     Am
your distance insidious, as soft as a blow
                       [ch]Amadd9[/ch]    C/G
your shadow is with me wherever I go

                                                     F
itís on the tip of my tongue but still I never quite know, or canít quite remember

verse

Dm                                     Am
your distance insidious, as soft as a blow
                       [ch]Amadd9[/ch]     C/G
your shadow is with me wherever I go

                                                     
itís on the tip of my tongue it's on the tip of my...

F, F, G, Dm
F, F, G (x55433), Dm

F(x2)
If I'd known
G
if I'd known
Dm
if I'd known
F(x2)
if I'd known x3
G
if I'd known x2
Dm
if I'd known x2


F                       G                       
that you werenít so far away
         Dm               F
that you werenít so far away

                        G
that you werenít so far away
               Dm             F       
that you were never that far away
                        G                       
that you werenít so far away
         Dm               F
that you werenít so far away

                     G      Dm
that you werenít so far... away

(this is the best way to explain this part as I could find, x4 for example means 
hold that chord for 4 counts of 3 (1,2,3..1,2,3))

           F x4 G x2, Dm x2     
I could of rode

F x4, G x2, Dm x2
this

F x4, G x2, Dm x2, Fx4, G x2, Dm x2
train

F
smiling
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