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On Fire by Switchfoot guitar tab
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|Band name||Switchfoot »|
|Song name||On Fire »|
|Tab type||Guitar tab »|
Text of tab
This song is in standard tuning. There's really only 4 chords which are C, G, Am and F in that order. It's a little hard to hear it over the piano, but you can still hear the change if you take the bass off and turn it up a wee bit. C chord: E-0- B-1- G-0- D-2- A-3- E--- G chord: E-3- B-0- G-0- D-0- A-2- E-3- Am chord: E-0- B-1- G-2- D-2- A-0- E--- F chord: You can either play this as an open chord or a bar chord. I'll put both. Open chord: E-1-- B-1-- For those of you who don't know, G-2-- the parenthesis around a note D-3-- (or, in this case, a number) A(0)- it means it doesn't matter if you E---- play that note or not Bar chord: E-1- B-1- G-2- D-3- A-3- E-1- That's all the song is. The only thing is that the guitarist stops and lets a chord ring out for a second without going to the next one but you'll be able to figure that out. I have faith in you. Enjoy it!