This is where everyone seems to go wrong when making tabs of Neil's songs as he
uses abnormal tuning settings. He frequently will use something called D modal tuning,
by simply dropping the two E strings to D.
For this song I think he drops only the high e string to d (although the first part does
pretty cool with the low D). This not only makes it sound better but it also makes the
FAR easier to play as it is exactly the same as a normal G chord with regular tuning.
opening: In this version he is constantly picking the higher strings and adding in bass
This is just an overview, listen to the song for the finer details. You can leave your
Note: Gm7 in this tuning this is same as a regular G
Tin soldiers and Nixon's coming
we're finally on our own
this summer I hear the drumming
four dead in Ohio
Gotta get down to it
Soldiers are cutting us down
should have been done long ago
what if you knew her and
found her dead on the ground
how can you run when you know?
Back to opening.
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