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Submitted by: JesusfreaknAus

Kutless
Sea of Faces


hey i saw a fair few corrections for this song and figured with that many i'll
submit one with the corrections added for people like me that don't want to go
through all the corrections themselves

Chords:
Cadd9ó032033
(thatís the only one that needs an explanation)

Capo 3

Intro
G  Cadd9  Em  Cadd9  

Verses 
G  Cadd9  Em  Cadd9  
G  Cadd9  Em  Cadd9

Pre Chorus
D/F#  Em C2

Chorus
G  D/F#  C2  
Em  D/F#  G
G  D/F#  C2  
Em  D/F#  G

Bridge
Em  G  Am  C2  Em  G  Am  C2  D/F#  G

Ending
Am  C2  D/F#  G

Comments about this tab

Christ's Rocker - 2004-12-24

Looks pretty good, but what's D/F# mean. Better yet, how do you play it?


PKDannyBoy - 2004-12-26

A D/F# is just playing a D but with an F# in the bass it looks like this

e---2--
b---3--
g---2--
d---0--
a---0--
E---2--

Hope that helps


acolyte4Him - 2005-01-17

i think its Dsus, not D/F#... the treble note never changes til the end of the song...


eadg_4 - 2005-02-26

It's probably D/F#sus. It would read:
e---3--
b---3--
g---2--
d---0--
a---0--
E---2--

That keeps the bottom F#, which I hear, yet keeps the treble note the same, which I also hear.


Crosseyed252 - 2005-04-28

just for everyone who is picky about music, technically the C add9 is a C2


switchk - 2005-06-25

Hey I think this a great tab. Keep up the good work


Fastwhiteguy06 - 2005-07-21

hey guys cool song but isnt it an em7 not just em?


fender28 - 2005-08-12

yes em7 is just an em


miky-kim070 - 2006-02-09

ya!!! really really really X 100000000 good. ur really good. i luv that way. i tried other ways on this song before and it just didnt work. man ur sooo kool! great job. im soooooooo proud of u!!! i would have never figured out d/F# either. ur creative


Jlowder27 - 2006-03-28

I think in the bridge they stay with the sus's and play an A7sus4.
So:
Bridge: Em G A7sus4 C2 Em G A7sus4 C2 D/F# G
Ending: A7sus4 C2 D/F# G

The A7sus4 is played like this:

e 0 /or/ 3
B 3 3
G 0 0
D 2 2
A 0 0
E x x


Jlowder27 - 2006-03-28

Sorry, I think that note is called Am7sus4.


fenderbender123 - 2006-03-31

How do you play C2?


jackcrono - 2006-07-05

Really there hasn't been any such chord as C2 until late in this century, it has been Cadd9 for years because a C2 is really a Gsus4 when you play it in that form. A C2 no inversion is made up of CDG in triad order. Gsus4 is made up of GCD, basically in triad order the same. When you play a Cadd9 chord you are really playing a C Major and adding a 9th. However unless you play low towards the bottom of the fretboard you can't really do it.
A C2 can be played multiple ways, but the 2 easiest for me are:
e -3-
b -1-
G -0-
D -0-
A -3-
E -x-

or

e -3-
b -3-
G -5-
D -5-
A -3-
E -3-


Gtr4daKING - 2006-09-21

C2 is actually:
1 2 3
e[---|---|-*-]
B[---|---|-*-]
G[---|---|---]
D[---|-*-|---]
A[---|---|-*-]
E[---|---|---]

Cadd9 is: ...or:
1 2 3 1 2 3
e[---|---|---] [---|---|---]
B[-*-|---|---] [---|---|-*-]
G[---|---|---] [---|---|---]
D[---|---|---] [---|-*-|---]
A[---|---|-*-] [---|---|-*-]
E[---|---|-*-] [---|---|---]


en31 - 2007-02-09

cool


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