What I’ve done guitar chords?

Em Done [Chorus] G I’ll face myself D A Em To cross out what I’ve become G Erase myself D A Em And let go of what I’ve done Em G D A Em G What I’ve done D A Em Forgiving what I’ve done You’ll have to forgive me if this is slightly inaccurate; this is the first tab I’ve put up on this site, and I’m also a beginning …

What I’ve done tuning?

The tuning is Dropped “D” tuning, which is, starting from the 6th string, D A D G B E. I have arranged the piano intro, which is also the verse, for guitar and it actually works quite well and it pretty easy to play.

What chord is GM?

The G chord is made up of the notes G, B, and D. The Gm chord is comprised of G, Bb, and D. That one, half-tone flat makes a “major” difference for this minor chord, giving it a richer, darker sound.

What chord is C M?

The Cm (or C minor) chord embodies an expressive softness when played. It can elicit a sobering passion, longing, or solemnity. The soft and somber nature of the chord makes it well-suited to ballads of unrequited love or songs that have a downtrodden feel.

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