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Jeremy Camp - One Day At At Time


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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
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Song: One Day At A Time
Artist: Jeremy Camp
Words and Music by: Jeremy Camp

I fixed some chords that were left out of the other version and deleted 
the chords that were wrong. This version is more accurate.

Verse:

Am   G    F

Pre-Chorus: 

F   G   Am   F#   F
F   G   Am   
F   G   Am   F#   F
F   G   Am   F

Chorus: 
A 2x   C 2x   G
A    C    G

Bridge:
D   C    F     2x

That's it but the hardest part is listening for that F#, but trust me,
it's there.



Comments about this tab

B-rad - 2004-05-11
It is actually a D/F#, my bad.
CBUMike - 2005-08-24
Well I would say you guys are getting really close. First of all, in the bridge, he does do the D C F... but then he goes back to a C and then a C/B... which just means slide the bass note off the C down on fret to the B. Its there listen real close... So Bridge is...

D C F C C/B

Secondly, I listened very closely for your F# in the prechorus and this is my analysis... I do hear the acoustic playing what sounds like a D, however I cranked up the bass really loud and the bass line is still playing a G which would lead me to believe that he is not playing a F# in the bass of the chord because a Major 7 interval at that low of a tone will slimply clash too much. You are hearing the F# in the chord though because the D shape that im hearing consists of the notes D F# and A. Its just not in the bass... the bass note is a G... so a G D F# A chord would be called a Gsus2 Major7... lol, I know thats a lot to consume. Heres what the chord would look like in tab...

Gsus2 Maj7
E-2
B-3
G-2
D-0
A-0
E-3



Keep rockin guys!

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