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Letra y Acordes de la canción FALLING FOR THE FIRST TIME - Barenaked Ladies

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Tonalidad Base: F# 
Círculo Armónico: F#  D#m  B  G#m  C#  A#m

Falling for the First Time
          
          Written By Steven Page and Ed Robertson
          From the album Maroon
          Transcribed by John Argentiero (*)


          
          Here's the next radio friendly hit from the BNL guys. Learn it now,
          and beat the rush!
          
          This is the intro riff, which most of the Verso riffs are based on.
          The chords are E major and something that sounds like an A6sus2.
          Neat chord, oddly enough used in a similar context by Poison in the hit
          "Something to Believe In." But I digress.
          
          Here is the main riff tabbed out. It'll be referred to as Main Riff
          throughout,
          mainly because seeing A6sus2 written over and over will give you a headache.
          

          
          You kinda do it naturally anyway, but make the transition between the two
          chords
          a slide. Sounds nice.
          
          Throughout the rest of the songs, here are the voicings of the chords I'm
          using.
          These names aren't entirely correct, but deal with it, they're close enough.
          

          
          For the little CORO line (Feels just like I'm...) Ed does this little
          riff.
          We'll call it Riff 1.
          

          
          You can also use power chords for that to make it sound bigger. Your call.
          And you may have better luck with the full B chord as a power chord too.
          
          The other main guitar riff is the little alto part that pops up after the
          CORO lines
          every now and then. Here's a take on that one:
          This will be officially called Riff 2.
          

          
          Now, that 9th fret note in the first measure sounds more like a full
          pre bend
          at the 7th fret, but I can't remember how to notate that in TAB. Any band
          at
          the 7th fret should sound ok, or played as written above.
          Occassionally, the just play the second half of this. I notate when.
          Anyway, if you're playing this solo acoustic you won't be playing this
          anyway, so nevermind.