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AAP "e Po" //
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-= oop by Paul Karagodin =-
ao a III a
('-' means fast chord change)
('B' := 'c-eo')

intro: B Cm Eb Gm Eb Eb-Eb/D-Cm-B F x2

B Eb-B Eb Eb/D Cm
pe o-o e a, o y e ooe,
B Dm Cm
ee a a coe, aa-o a pae,
B B7/Ab Eb Eb/D Cm
Cace e pee - oo e-o a ceo ceo,
B B/A Gm Eb--Eb/D-Cm B F
oa e aec - e po c a___o o.

B B/A Gm Eb-Eb/D-Cm-B F

B Eb-B Eb Eb/D Cm
oe ae ya o coe cye.
B Dm Cm
e peo ya a oo, pe ocoo o ee?
B B7 Eb Eb/D Cm
Oa poca ap a o, apa aa pyo
B B/A Gm Eb--Eb/D-Cm B F
caaa: "pao o, e po c a o_o!"

B B/A Gm Eb-Eb/D-Cm-B F x2

[as 2nd verse]
ce oc cca, o aea e e.
A e e aeae acpa, e oe ece peee.
poco xoeoc eoo ea, a eo cao o -
o o po, o ao ppo c ao o.

Eb F
O oop - ceo ec oe cea,
Dm Am
pye poco epecc ocy.
Eb B Cm
pe ep o a o, o oa e oea,
Cm C7 Eb F
o a x apee, ec oo poy ae eo ocy.

[pop as 2nd verse]

F B Eb Eb/D Cm
epa axo o ae, ya eo o xooy p.
B Dm Cm
ye e o, a oop o ac, a o ye e o, o .
B B7/Ab Eb Eb/D Cm
caa: "axo, cac, e pa ee, acaac oe o,
B B/A Gm Eb--Eb/D-Cm B F
aa e a oo eoay, o c a___o o.

B Eb-B Eb B F
ae, y o eppoa eppoy, oa ee - ey.
B Dm Cm
o ec ee cao xo eoo ee, o ce, eo xoy.
B B7 Eb Eb/D Cm
Caco epy ox apycax, p a oe co -
B B/A Gm Eb--Eb/D-Cm B F
Oo x - , a pyoe - o oea, o c a___o o".

coda: B Eb-B Eb B F
B Dm Cm
B Dm Eb Eb/D Cm
B B/A Gm Eb-Eb/D-Cm-B F
outro: B B/A Gm Eb-Eb/D-Cm-B
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chords used: 6 1 <- strings (I think it's more convenient
B - G form [6 5 3 3 6 6] to mark it from 6 to 1 than
B7 - G7 form [6 5 3 3 3 4] from 1 to 6)
B/A - G/F# form [5 5 3 3 6 6]
B7/Ab - G/F form [4 5 3 3 3 4] Comment: You can use any finger
Cm - Am form [3 3 5 5 4 3] positions as you wish. I use this
C7 - A7 form [3 3 5 3 5 3] chords (<-) with a capo. I've
Gm - Em form [3 5 5 3 3 3] mentioned it here just for best
Eb - C form [6 6 5 3 4 3] understanding.
Eb/D - C/H form [3 5 5 3 4 3]
F - D form [X 3 3 5 6 5]
Am - F#m form [5 7 7 5 5 5] (w/barre)
Dm - Hm form [5 5 7 7 6 5] (w/barre)
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You can use the Ebadd9 [3 6 5 3 6 6] chord in the Eb-B progression
instead of usual Eb chord to simplify the fingering. I do so. Well,
it may sound better.
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P.S. I don't pretend this chords are true. Corrections and additions
are accepting.
P.S.S. Sorry for English. I'm too lazy to switch to Russian coding every
time. Although it's a good way to practice English ;-)