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Learning How To Die Chords
Artist: Jon Foreman
Song: Learning How To Die
Album: Fall And Winter (Credential/LowerCase People) (2008)
Composer: Jon Foreman

This song is really beautiful and peaceful, ah, and yeah, we're all gonna die someday,
if you never knew, ha  I guess this is the way Jon plays it, I heard the song and saw a
video on YouTube, with Keith Tutt, I guess  so  let me know what you think 


    G  C  F  Dsus  D   B5/E  B5/C  Cadd9 A7?


    G              Cadd9       A7sus       Dsus  D  Dsus

(If you're a novice in tabs, and this seems confusing, there's a note at the end)

Verse I:
   G          C2
    I'm gonna miss you
   A7sus      D-Dsus-D                  G-> [Repeat Intro]
    I'm gonna miss you when you're gone 
   G           C2
    She says I love you
   A7sus     D-Dsus-D                G-> [Repeat Intro]
   I'm gonna miss hearing your songs

           B5/E          B5/C           B5/E
   I said "Please, don't talk about the end
         B5/C           B5/E         B5/C
   Don't talk about how every living thing goes away"
   B5/E       Dsus
    She said "Friend 

        G                   A7sus           C2
   "All along thought I was learning how to take
          A7sus            G
   How to bend, not how to break
   G       A7sus            C2
    How to live, not how to cry
   But really I've been learning how to die,
   F          C                     G-> [Repeat Intro]
    I've been learning how to die "

Verse II:
   G         C2   A7sus
    Hey everyone 
        D-Dsus-D           G-> [Repeat Intro]
   I've got no where to go
   G            C2   A7sus
   The grave is lazy
      D-Dsus-D              G-> [Repeat Intro]
   It takes our bodies slow 

[Pre-Chorus and Chorus]
   F          C
    I've been learning how to 

   I've been learning how to die
   F          C               G
    I've been learning how to 


G [3x0033]: Your middle finger on 3rd fret and 6th string and muting 5th string, ring
pinky on 3rd fret.

Cadd9 or C2 [-3x033]: middle on 3rd fret and 5th string (mute with this finger the 4th
ring and pinky on 3rd fret.

A7sus [-02033]: index on 2nd fret and 4th string, ring and pinky on 3rd fret. (I think
just play the A string and then, the highest 3 strings). [I'm note quite sure about the
of this chord]

Dsus [--0233]: index on 2nd fret and 3rd string, ring and pinky on 3rd fret, middle in
fret, so just lift your pinky and it's D, then put it back really fast and it's Dsus. (I
that in studio version it sounds like D7, but it's a little complicated so this sounds 
too and is much easier.)

B5/E [024400]: index in the 2nd fret and 5th string, ring and pinky on 4th fret; for the
[-34400]: doing the previous chord, just press with your middle the 5th string on the


I should be right, anyway try it and rate or comment, you can also mail me:
(it's a zero in j053), for any question, correction or comment, but I hope this may be 
to you.

GOD bl3s5 u all, brothers and sisters 
j:053[d:]montNgro, your Latino brother.

Jon Foreman - Learning How To Die Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Learning How To Die tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Learning How To Die Chords:

Jonathan Mark Foreman (born October 22, 1976) is the lead singer, guitarist, and co-founder of the alternative rock band Switchfoot. He started Switchfoot in 1996 with drummer Chad Butler and his brother Tim on bass. He writes or co-writes the music for all of Switchfoot's songs.

Foreman was born in San Bernardino County, California, but his family then moved to Massachusetts and Virginia Beach during his childhood. After moving to Encinitas in North County San Diego in his junior high years, he went to Torrey Pines High School in Carmel Valley, California, and he became fast friends with Todd Cooper who encouraged him to learn guitar. [1] Cooper was later a guitar tech for Switchfoot, eventually leaving in 2005 to pursue his own musical career. Foreman attended UC San Diego and later dropped out to follow his singing career.

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