Another White Dash in guitar acoustic version can be one of the best song you loved. Not only hearing the music but you can play “Another White Dash by Butterfly Boucher” using guitar too. Yes .. this music by can also be played by that device. But, before that, you need to understand its guitar chords.

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Yes, guitar is not easy to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you proceeding, the smooth guitar will feel to play Another White Dash song.

“Another White Dash” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Other Songs” album.

Another White Dash by Butterfly Boucher Guitar Chords

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ANOTHER WHITE DASH – Butterfly Boucher

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Song: Another White Dash
Artist: Butterfly Boucher
Tabbed by: Megandy
E-mail: meganegandy (at) gmail (dot) com

I think the first person to tab this did a great job getting it started. But I

think if you play it on capo 2, with C-shape (and D-shape chords at the key

change), you’ll find that you pick up a few of those nuanced sounds that don’t

get captured without the capo-ed position.

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Capo 2
INTRO:
Am (add 1st fret high-e string at the end of each 8-count. you can barre it with

your index finger. see chord chart below.)

VERSE 1:
Am (add 1st fret high-e string at end of each 8-count, same as intro)
There is something exciting…
There is something deep…
[Am]Something about [Am/G]having [Am/F]everything you think you’ll eve[Am]r need
[Am/G]sitting in the seat [Am/F]next to you

CHORUS:
[C]Another white dash
[ch]Cadd2[/ch]
Another white dash
[C]Another white dash
[ch]Cadd2[/ch] Fmaj7/A
Fly beside us
(repeat)
[Am]Away away

VERSE 2:
Am (add 1st fret, same as first verse)
Yelling of an engine…
Serious deep and mumbles…
[Am]Flickering lights, [Am/G]Shadows of trees, Makes m[Am/F]e blink my eyes
[Am]Makes the land [Am/G]appear like a really old [Am/F]movie

CHORUS:
(same as above, but instead end it with):
[C]Away away

BRIDGE (Instrumental):
C (for a full 8-count)
Am (same)
Am/F (same)
[C]I got a heart full of [C/B]rubberbands
that keep [C/A]getting caught on
[C]things[C/G][C/F]

CHORUS (SAME AS ABOVE)

KEY CHANGE (CHORUS REPEATS):
[D]Another white dash
[Dadd2]Another white dash
[D]Another white dash
[Dadd2]Fly beside us [Gmaj7/B]

VERSE 1 (SAME AS ABOVE BUT WITH KEY CHANGE):
[Bm]There is something exciting…
There is something deep…
[Bm]Something about [Bm/A]having [Bm/G]everything you think you’ll ev[Bm]er need
[Bm/A]sitting in the seat [Bm]next to you

END

CHORD DIAGRAMS:

(TThumb)

[C]

e |—|—|—|—|—| o
B |-1-|—|—|—|—| o
G |—|—|—|—|—| o
D |—|-2-|—|—|—| o
A |—|—|-3-|—|—| o
E |—|—|—|—|—| x

[ch]Cadd2[/ch]

E |—|—|—|—|—| o
B |-1-|—|—|—|—| o
G |—|—|—|—|—| o
D |—|—|—|—|—| o
A |—|—|-3-|—|—| o
E |—|—|—|—|—| x

[Am]

E |—|—|—|—|—| o
B |-1-|—|—|—|—| o
G |—|-2-|—|—|—| o
D |—|-3-|—|—|—| o
A |—|—|—|—|—| o
E |—|—|—|—|—| x

Am (add 1st fret)

E |-1-|—|—|—|—| o
B |-1-|—|—|—|—| o
G |—|-2-|—|—|—| o
D |—|-3-|—|—|—| o
A |—|—|—|—|—| o
E |—|—|—|—|—| x

[Am/G]

E |—|—|—|—|—| o
B |-1-|—|—|—|—| o
G |—|-2-|—|—|—| o
D |—|-3-|—|—|—| o
A |—|—|—|—|—| o
E |—|—|-T-|—|—| o

[Am/F]

E |—|—|—|—|—| o
B |-1-|—|—|—|—| o
G |—|-2-|—|—|—| o
D |—|-3-|—|—|—| o
A |—|—|—|—|—| o
E |-T-|—|—|—|—| o

[Fmaj7/A]

E |—|—|—|—|—| o
B |-1-|—|—|—|—| o
G |—|-2-|—|—|—| o
D |—|—|-3-|—|—| o
A |—|—|—|—|—| o
E |—|—|—|—|—| x

[C/B]

E |—|—|—|—|—| o
B |-1-|—|—|—|—| o
G |—|—|—|—|—| o
D |—|-2-|—|—|—| o
A |—|-2-|—|—|—| o
E |—|—|—|—|—| x

[C/A]

E |—|—|—|—|—| o
B |-1-|—|—|—|—| o
G |—|—|—|—|—| o
D |—|-2-|—|—|—| o
A |—|—|—|—|—| o
E |—|—|—|—|—| x

[D]

E |—|-3-|—|—|—| o
B |—|—|-2-|—|—| o
G |—|-1-|—|—|—| o
D |—|—|—|—|—| o
A |—|—|—|—|—| x
E |—|—|—|—|—| x

[Dadd2]

E |—|—|—|—|—| o
B |—|—|-2-|—|—| o
G |—|-1-|—|—|—| o
D |—|—|—|—|—| o
A |—|—|—|—|—| o
E |—|—|—|—|—| x

[Gmaj7/A]

E |—|-3-|—|—|—| o
B |—|—|—|—|—| o
G |—|—|—|—|—| o
D |—|—|—|—|—| o
A |—|-2-|—|—|—| o
E |—|—|—|—|—| x
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If you wanna learn Butterfly Boucher Another White Dash guitar chords, you need to learn the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we take all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords only require few adjustments. Every of those minor chords is perfectly based on its major counterpart.

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