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LAZY - An Original Tune

Charles Gacsi (42523) · [archive]
Style: Rock/Pop · Level: Advanced · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Here are the actual chord fingerings used in this tune. NOTE the absence of most barre chords. I use barre chords sparingly, and most of the time I use only the 4th finger barre. I don't feel that they are really necessary as there is doubling of the notes. That is my preference.

Dbmaj7
Ebm7
Fm7
Db7
Ebm7
Fm7


Db6
Gb6
Ab7
Dbmaj
Db6
Ebm7
Ab7


These are the chords for the 'A' section. Normally it would be the first eight measures but this tune runs nine measures long for the first part. Chordwise, it is a repeat. Just a slight change on the last note of the melody.

The chords on the bridge are Dbmaj7 Cb6(B6) (This pair is repeated 4 times). Cb6 contains the same notes as Abm7. The difference is how the chord is spelled and what is the real root.

Then E7 Eb7 to E7 to Ebm7 to Ab7

The last chord on measure 18 is really the pick up chord for the bridge. When you get to the second page of tab, the last chord on the prior tab page will be the first you hear. It helps set the ear for what is coming next.