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Can anybody tell me what the chords are to this song?


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Old 27-04-2013, 19:15
WhyHelloWorld
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I have looked everywhere for the chords to 'Come Alive' by Leona Lewis, but cannot find them anywhere! Im partially deaf, so it's hard for me to recognise chords. Any help would be appreciated!

Here is the song;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7Hje5F4iK0
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Old 28-04-2013, 07:23
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I'm sure the chords are a bit more complicated but on the guitar you play a decent version just using Am then F for the whole song.
Add to it by putting G between them every so often.
You can also do a note the piano is playing on the Am by playing the basic Am chord on the first fret adding your pinkie to the third fret of the second string every now and then you'll suss out where.
It also sounds decent if your playing F as a barre on the first fret taking your finger of the whole of the first fret every third strum.
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Old 28-04-2013, 11:42
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I'm sure the chords are a bit more complicated but on the guitar you play a decent version just using Am then F for the whole song.
Add to it by putting G between them every so often.
You can also do a note the piano is playing on the Am by playing the basic Am chord on the first fret adding your pinkie to the third fret of the second string every now and then you'll suss out where.
It also sounds decent if your playing F as a barre on the first fret taking your finger of the whole of the first fret every third strum.
Thank you!
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