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Submitted by: godchayser

Ok... Here goes my first entry...
Capo on 2nd fret... But only on the last 4 strings...
So its like this Capo Explaination ---> 222200

EM: 024000
Cadd0: 032033
Am7: 002030
Gadd9: 320033
D: 000232

Intro
Em C

Verse one
Em   Cadd9
EM   Cadd9

Pre Chourus
D    Cadd9
D    Cadd9

Chourus

Gadd9 Am7 

Cadd9

Gadd9 Am7

Cadd9

The chords just repeat themselves 
This song ends with a backward strum of the version of Eminor
(a backward strum means to strum up instead of down...)
Please e-mail me if this is wrong... or if you have ANY questions

Comments about this tab

Ry_Watson - 2004-09-01

First of all, Warren Barrfield is Phenomenal, I've seen a couple music videos, and I think he is an incredible guitarist...
Congratulations on your capo explaination, I was wondering if you'd pick up on that...however following the Em chord there is a chord which is similar to it
which I think should replace the Chord related to C in your tab 034000 rather than 032033, I'm positive on that...I'm still trying to figure out the rest of the tab myself, also, what about the bridge, that one's still tripping me out, and I didn't see it in your tab.


obxtarzan - 2004-09-13

your Am7 is most definitely an Asus which Warren sometimes resolves and sometimes doesn't


bgpalwaysme - 2004-11-01

ya good tab..ive seen his music video of mistaken and instead of in the begining of em its another chord thats looks really difficult. But awesome work also is gaddon9 the same as g or gsus?


animalmother - 2005-02-19

Have to agree with the first user comment. I love Barfield, and think he's an amazing guitarist. I simply cannot get enough of his music.

Call me shortsighted, but I can't see how its possible to use a capo in that way, on the 3rd to 6th strings. Just use your finger to make barre chords.


GuitarDrumr4G - 2005-05-08

Well, for those of us who LOVE the sound of open chords, this capo position sounds pretty cool. So does anyone have the bridge figured out? If so, please let me know. Thanks.


BlackAttack1287 - 2005-08-02

Nice Tab!!!!

Everything is sounding good to me. This is quite an unusual song, I mean with the capo situation and all. Animalmother, I personally have the live video of mistaken and he does play a capo on the second fret only on the EADG strings. I was quite surprised when I saw this.

Warren is such a great guitar player, I had the pleasure of seeing him live about a year ago, he's very good.


BobbyB - 2006-01-02

How bout this on the bridge.
F#m D Db You can also mix in this shape for D
x x x 10
9 11 10 9
11 12 11 x
9 13 12 11
10 14 13 10
x 14 13 x

I'm sure these are not the real names as they are some type of jazz chord. Note these would follow along with the capoed chords Em - Cadd9. You only use the Db shape when passing back to F#m.


Rondiggy - 2006-01-21

Thank you very much for the bridge part. My friend Lance and I are going to do this song this sunday night(1-21-06) and could not figure out the bridge part untill now. So bless you for getting this to me and Lance. Thanks Ron


fretboardzen - 2006-01-25

Is this not an amazing song? I have a DVD with a live recording of this song on it. I have watched it a million times. Okay an exaggeration, however, the tabs posted are almost accurate. The second chord I play like this 033010. Kind of an F#m but he also throws in a lick with his middle finger on the high E string the second fret. 033012 back to 033010. And he slides down from the initial Em to this F#m position. I am still learning the bridge. Try these chords and see if it works for you.


YESILOVEMYJESUS - 2006-03-16

when he meant last 4 strings, he meant it as opposed to the tabs.. like...
e
b
g
d
a
e

so.. the last 4.. E A D G... but the E string gets a lil fuzzy since it's not completely tight.. cuz the back end of the capo isn't very long.. anyway... i have found a solution that many other artists do.. PARTIAL CAPO...

turn the capo backwards, and put it on the second fret on the A D G strings only.. leaving E B and e open

it should look like this if you were to strum it..

e--0-(e)
B--0-(B)
G--2-(A)
D--2-(E)
A--2-(B)
E--0-(E)

it should sound very pretty when you play

e--0-
B--0-
G--2-
D--0-
A--0-
E--0-
this is technically an E


YESILOVEMYJESUS - 2006-03-16

when he meant last 4 strings, he meant it as opposed to the tabs.. like...
e
b
g
d
a
e

so.. the last 4.. E A D G... but the E string gets a lil fuzzy since it's not completely tight.. cuz the back end of the capo isn't very long.. anyway... i have found a solution that many other artists do.. PARTIAL CAPO...

turn the capo backwards, and put it on the second fret on the A D G strings only.. leaving E B and e open

it should look like this if you were to strum it.. (not relative to partial capo)

e--0-
B--0-
G--2-
D--2-
A--2-
E--0-

it should sound very pretty when you play (relative to partial capo)

e--0-
B--0-
G--2-
D--0-
A--0-
E--0-
this is technically an E


YESILOVEMYJESUS - 2006-03-16

ignore my first one


Soulrythm18 - 2006-05-13

The Capo Barfield uses is called a 1/4 capo, or a Short-Cut capo that can either be used to hold down the A D and G strings (leaving the rest open) or to hold down the B G and D strings when put on from underneath. With this capo in place at the 2nd fret it gives an Esus open tuning.

Nice job on the tab, Barfield deffinatly has jazz experiance, the bridge is killer.

The second chord he plays after the opening Em chord is (like one of the other guys said) voiced: 034000 which he slides up from the 024000 Em chord.


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