#2
an octave?? or two?????

thats pretty low.. i haven't heard the song in a while but i dont think its that high..
i also dont think you sing that low.. maybe idk

but if you do sing an octave (or two) below then the chords can stay the same.
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#3
ok well maybe thats a little to broad, my voice just dosnt go up to his notes lol
#4
Yeh if you sing an octave below, you can just use the same chords.
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#5
you could try using these chords instead..
Its a major 3rd lower..

G----------instead play Eb
Am7-------instead play Fm7
Am--------Fm
C2---------Ab2
D/F#------Bb/D
Em--------Cm
F---------Db

**i did this in a hurry so if it doesn't sound right let me know
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#6
thanks, some of the chords are a little hard to figure out but it sounds about right
#7
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thanks, some of the chords are a little hard to figure out but it sounds about right


no problem.. if it doesn't work you could take them even lower..
just lower them all by the same interval..
or you could put a capo on the 4th fret and sing a Major 6th lower..
the notes will all be higher but the vocals could still be lower(i've never tried this approach but i don't see why i couldn't work)
or capo 5th fret and sing a Minor 6th lower.. etc.

also about the voicings.. you could google a chord generator and i'm sure it'll give you everything you need to know
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