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Submitted by: Xkcer Man

Jeremy Camp - Breaking My Fall
Album          : Stay (BEC Recordings 2002)
Words and music: Jeremy Camp
Transcribed by : Doug Parmer (

Capo 2


| Em7 | D | Bm | Cadd9 D | (4x)
| Cadd9 | D | Em7 D | Cadd9 | Cadd9 | D |

| G | D | Em7 | D | Cadd9 | Cadd9 D | G | D |
| G | D | Em7 | D | Cadd9 | Cadd9 D |

| Cadd9 D | Em7 | Cadd9 D | Cadd9 | (4x)
| D | Last time

That's pretty much it. The barlines in the chords actually indicate 2 beats,
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Comments about this tab

mmggppmgp - 2004-12-22

the chords sound great

jakejackjacob - 2005-07-11

will someone please explain to me how to make a harmonic on an opne string (or the second fret for that matter)

PacoIsMyGuitar - 2006-12-02

for the guy above me...
harmonics are the sound that you get when normally you hear a muted sound. if you just put your entire hand over all the strings, you get no notes. but half way in the strings (12th fret) there is a very soft sound. You get it only by barely touching the string directly above the 12th fret. it will give a soft version of the actual 12th fret notes. When you put a capo on the guitar, you essentially change where the midlle of the strings are, thus changing the location of teh harmonics.

hope that helps.
God bless

Passport56 - 2006-12-22

Also, about the harmonics question:
You also can play good harmonics at the 7th and 5th frets, and okay ones at 4th or 9th (thats the same one, the 2*8ve+major 3rd) Anyway, hope you learned something about harmonics, but you asked the question because you thought the (2) was a harmonic, which its not. Generally in TAB ()s around a number mean optional note, or if its a repeated bar, it might be "played sometimes, sometimes not." Some people do use it to mean harmonic, but that should be indicated a different way (or at least specified in a legend).

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