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  1. #21
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    The whole of Oceans Falling

    beginning part goes

    7-----6-----4-----2
    7-----5-----3-----2
    7-----6-----4-----2
    7-----6-----4-----2

    then you usually go

    4---6
    3---6
    4---5
    4---6

    twice, then the whole beginning part again

    then the end goes

    7---7---7---7
    5---5---5---5
    6---6---6---6
    7---6---5---4

    and then the doo dah doo is

    4---6
    3---6
    4---5
    4---6

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    BUMP

    I dont have my banjo with me right now, but i kind of got Minster of Longitude down. Posting this from memory basically.

    Basically its just G and Am for one verse then D for the next. This may not be right or sound right to you guys, but it works for me.Listen to it, you can figure it out.

    As for the brass part, im trying to figure it out on piano. Ill post it when i figure it out.

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    BUMP. Anyone know how Nantasket goes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewSamson View Post
    BUMP. Anyone know how Nantasket goes?
    verse: Fm - G# - Fm - G# - C - C#

    chorus: G# - C# - G# - C# - C#m - G# - C#m

    just like that really

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    Quote Originally Posted by ufoinkushiro View Post
    verse: Fm - G# - Fm - G# - C - C#

    chorus: G# - C# - G# - C# - C#m - G# - C#m

    just like that really
    Thanks so much!

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    Jesus christ this is hard figuring out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewSamson View Post
    Jesus christ this is hard figuring out.
    What's hard? Playing chords?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akryllic Love View Post
    What's hard? Playing chords?
    Naah, just where the chords change/what they are. They seem a little different than what was posted. Probably because of tuning and because I'm learning how to play banjo still.

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    I can play sweet child o mine on the banjo.

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    anyone know about freeing song? anyone?

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