#1
I'm a big fan of the Beatles and George Harrison and "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" is one of my favourites. So I ran into this tab: http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/g/george_harrison/while_my_guitar_gently_weeps_acoustic_tab.htm

I find it quite good but I have some problems with the chorus; with the chords to be exact. "Also when you come to the end of the verse and the chorus, you will come across something like this: F (Dshape). This means play an F Chord, but with a D Barre chord shape - - - Em(Am) means exactly the same thing; play the Em Chord with an Am Barre Chord shape." I dont quite understand :S The Chorus is filled with stuff like that for example Bm(Dm) or D(A).

So that's my little dilemma and I'd be glad if someone could help me with this Besides that I have no problems with the song.

#2
yeah, that's a little weird..

see how this sounds for you (it's what i use, but i strum the whole song..)


A                  C#m (4th fret bar)        F#m                C#m
I don't know why                              nobody     told   you 

Bm                                       E       E/G       E      Esus   E   
how     to   unfold     your       love 

* Esus & last E strum only once each

  C#m   E/G    E sus
E  4       0      0
A  5       0      0
D  6       1      1
G  6       2      0
B  4       0      2
e          2      0



i think that's how it is anyway, don't have my guitar with me.
dunno if it's correct, but it sounds good to me
"My choice is what I choose to do,
And if I'm causing no harm, it shouldn't bother you."
- Ben Harper 'burn one down'