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Submitted by: jmacsyodaddy

This Day
Jadon Lavik

Intro: 

G1 Em (x2) 

Verse: 

G1 Em 
G1 Em 
Am Am/B C 
Am Am/B C D 

Chorus: 

G9 C9 
G9 C9 
Am9 Am9/B C9 
Am9 Am9/B C9 D 

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G1: G1 is a G with your index finger on the G string 2nd fret 

There is a key change for the guitar solo its an A to a A/C# and something
else. This is good enough for now, I thought Id tab it real quick. Hope this
helps, great wedding song!

Comments about this tab

Gabriel67 - 2005-03-09

It would be sweet if you wrote out what the chords look like because I haven't really seen any of those before...otherwise, what I got out of it was pretty good...


ChrisBa11 - 2005-11-08

G1 = G9 = 3xx233
Em = Em7 = 022033
Am = 002210
C = 032010
D = D2 = xx0230
C9 = 032033

I think the Am9 in the chorus is just Am, cause Am9 doesn't sound right. And I think the C9 in the second part of the chorus is actually a sraight C. And don't worry about playing the Am/B, unless you really want to, it sounds like a bass line run. You can just keep it on Am. (Am/B = 022210) Hope this is helpful.


stratacular - 2006-11-20

if it helps the bridge/solo chord structure
generally goes: A E D E A E D E F# and then back into the G C9 of the chorus


n8love - 2012-09-07

I think G9 means Gadd9. The same is probably true for C9. Nit-picky I know, but G9 and C9 are something else entirely (3x0201 and x32333, respectively; try them sometime but not in front of anyone). I agree that the Em seems to flow better as 022033 I would add that playing the Am/B is a little easier if you play it x2x21x or x2x210, as muting the D string with whichever finger you have on top for the Am just before it isn't so hard and it makes it feel like a standard walk-up instead of an extra task in between "resting" chords. If you play the chorus "A9" and "C9" without moving from the 3rd fret on the Bstring, which seems to accomplish sound on the cut I have heard, then I'd recommend trying x2x23x or x2x233. If anyone has made more definitive progress on the bridge/solo in the last 6 or 7 years I'd be grateful to hear it. Had never heard this until this week and I've got a wedding to play it for in about 2 weeks.


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