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 I'm not 100% sure about the chord placement. ​ Also, the strumming pattern you have to figure out yourself. I'm not 100% sure about the chord placement. ​ Also, the strumming pattern you have to figure out yourself.
-As a sidenote, I like to play those E chords with a little improvised plucking on the first two or three strings, +As a sidenote, I like to play those E chords with a little improvised plucking on the first two or three 
-just to break up the monotony a little. ​ It sounds like Darnielle does something like that on the song anyway.+strings, just to break up the monotony a little. ​ It sounds like Darnielle does something like that on the 
 +song anyway.
  
-John also adds a F# to the E chord every now and then (making it Esus2). You can hear it in the intro and a lot +John also adds a F# to the E chord every now and then (making it Esus2). You can hear it in the intro and 
-of the times that an E comes in, it actually starts out with that 2nd added and then dropped. For example, at the +a lot of the times that an E comes in, it actually starts out with that 2nd added and then dropped. For 
-end of the line "We stayed up all night"​. I've added the Esus2 chord shape below.+example, at the end of the line "We stayed up all night"​. I've added the Esus2 chord shape below.
  
-A7add9 ​   Esus2+Amaj7sus2 ​   Esus2
  
 --x----- ---0--- --x----- ---0---
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 and it grows all fat and friendly, we have surplus if we need it  and it grows all fat and friendly, we have surplus if we need it 
  
-       A7add9 ​               ​A                     ​E ​+       Amaj7sus2 ​            A                     ​E ​
 we hold on as hard as we can, our knuckles are white  we hold on as hard as we can, our knuckles are white 
  
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 i learn foreign and exotic terms of endearment by which to address you  i learn foreign and exotic terms of endearment by which to address you 
  
-       A7add9 ​                  A                     E+       Amaj7sus2 ​           ​A                     E
 we feed fresh fruit to one another we stay up all night  we feed fresh fruit to one another we stay up all night 
  
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 we pay close, careful attention to the news the morning air brings ​ we pay close, careful attention to the news the morning air brings ​
  
-        ​A7add9 ​      A                         ​E ​+        ​Amaj7sus2 ​   ​A                         ​E ​
 we show great loyalty to the hard times we've been through ​ we show great loyalty to the hard times we've been through ​
  
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 and we dance like drunken sailors, lost at sea out of our minds  and we dance like drunken sailors, lost at sea out of our minds 
  
-         A7add9 ​                 ​A                              E+         Amaj7sus2 ​              A                              E
 you find shelter somewhere in me, and i find great comfort in you  you find shelter somewhere in me, and i find great comfort in you 
  
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 and i want to go home, but i am home  and i want to go home, but i am home 
  
-(interlude - 2 measures of E major, one measure of A7add9, one measure of A major, repeat as necessary) ​+(interlude - 2 measures of E major, one measure of Amaj7sus2, one measure of A major, repeat as necessary) ​
  
 (ending is also just an E major chord) ​ (ending is also just an E major chord) ​
  
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