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In this guitar lesson, you will learn how to play "Remembering Sunday" by All Time Low (part 1/2).
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How to Play “Remembering Sunday” by All Time Low - Part 1/2
So, Then you have leaning out with the breeze, “Remember Sunday” folks, “they had breakfast together but two eggs don’t last like the feeling of what he needs.”
The chords you’re going to use for that are simple. It will seem a little complicated first but don’t stress out. First chord is the C9 that we’ve done in the intro and the verse, okay. So you’re going to play that of that same strum pattern and you slide everything up two frets. So same strum pattern from earlier, so like down, down, up, down, up four times then you slide everything up two frets. So now, middle and ring are on the one, two, three, four, fifth around the capo and pointers are in the one, two three, fourth fret. The same strings. Play that for the same strum pattern.
This next chord is only tricky one, alright and what you’re going to do is you’re going to slide your pointer finger up one fret. So your pointer finger is now on the fifth fret above capo one, two, three, four, five then you’re going to take your ring finger and put it two frets above the pointer finger. So it's going to be on the seventh fret above the capo on your A string.
And your pinky is going to be one fret above. This is going to be on the eighth fret above the capo and it's going to be on your B string. So your B string is your second one out. So individually, the pointer finger is here, B string and the fifth fret above the capo, the ring finger is seventh fret. The pinky is eight fret on the B string and that chord sounds like this.
And you play that in same strum pattern as before, okay. The fourth chord in that is back to that A7 and “feeling of what he needs.” Then there’s a little place where your hymn kind of palm muting. It says—
Those are the four chords you play. You play the same ones in that little palm muting thing.
Now I do is I actually rest my palm on the strings and you can also do it or you move your whole hand and that’s a little harder to get an anchor. Basically, you’re playing those chords and now they’re place for hammer and palm muting and playing the same four chords that we used it earlier.
Now the chorus, “Forgive me I’m trying to find” is a G, Cadd9, A7 and Cadd9, the same strum pattern you used in the whole song.
Back to G, repeat that twice then you get in the third verse, “Even though she doesn’t seem to believe”, it's the same thing. Everything is the same until you get to the second chorus in the bridge. “The neighbor said, she moved away, funny how it rain all day. I don’t think much of it then but it started and all make sense.” Those chords are Em, the same strum pattern. I don’t even know this part but I’ll try to make it up and sing it.
And they go up higher on that in the guitar and then “Julie said I’m not coming back does something so terrible. Just play the same strum pattern, alright. Just play those chords. The links in the info box, these are my own chords with the lyrics so go to freeandeasyguitar.com and find this lesson and they’ll bring the drop down menu under R, for remembering Sunday. So I hope that helped.
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