I tried it out last night and it really sounded more
like what's on the CD. I tried one thing different
with it. In Part Four, you had this:
   A   D9/F#  C#m7  F#m7      Bm               E 
|-----0-----0-----4-----2--|-----3----------|-----0------------|
|--2-----3-----5-----2-----|--3--------3p2--|--0--------3p2-0--|
|--2-----2-----4-----2-----|--4--------4----|--1---------------|
|--------------------------|----------------|------------------|
|--0-----------4-----------|--2-----2-------|------------------|
|--------2-----------2-----|----------------|--0-----0---------|
Instead of the D9/F# , I tried a G#7 . It sounded better to me:
   A    G#7   C#m7  F#m7      Bm               E 
|-----0-----------4-----2--|-----3----------|-----0------------|
|--2-----4--7--5-----2-----|--3--------3p2--|--0--------3p2-0--|
|--2-----5-----4-----2-----|--4--------4----|--1---------------|
|--------------------------|----------------|------------------|
|--0-----------4-----------|--2-----2-------|------------------|
|--------4-----------2-----|----------------|--0-----0---------|
It's a quick jump from the A to the G#7 , but I made it easy after
a few tries. I tried the A  as a bar on the 5th fret, but went
back to the standard chord because it just sounded better and
played smoother.
Try it out and let me know what you think.


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