First off this is my first post here so Hello to All. I am 30 and only picked up a guitar a few months ago. Im having a fantastic time with it so far, never thought I would get as far as I have already. That being said......

I have been learning via songs, mostly chords and tabs via Ultimate Guitar and mostly Neutral Milk Songs (my inspiration to learn in the first place). I am getting married and my wedding song is Jeff Mangum's cover of "I love how you love me". I would love to be able to play it for her but I cant figure out this one part. The song itself is simple but the chords on UG have one part wrong. This guy has a great version of the song and I have been using this to learn

Youtube I love how you Love Me

Its at 1:13 to 1:22 and from the musician himself he says that it is...

It's G, then a walk up on the A string... notes A, B, C like this.
G A B C (strum) C B A G (strum) G Gb Em D

I got the GABC CBAG but the G Gb Em D does not sound right when I play it nor does it actually look like that is what he is doing. Its to fast for me exactly tell though so I figured someone may be able to help me out by either confirming that it is G Gb Em D or telling me what you think it is. Any help would be appreciated as I dont know anyone who plays to ask them and Im sure 99% of you could answer this in like 2 minutes. Thanks in advance

Sorry if this is in the wrong forum, please move
Well i doesn't see your Gb chord?...

If im at the good time in the video i would rather say it is a Cadd9... Very close to the G chord... You just move two of your finger up a string... Like this...

G -------- Cadd9


So your part would rather be... G - Cadd9 - Em - D

Again it's only if im at the good part of the video... !

Hope that help!

Last edited by crmrz at Mar 30, 2011,
Thanks for the suggestions! Now Im annoyed im at work and cant go try this out right now. Its gonna be a long day............