Oh You Bring (fingerpicking)

By Phil

Here's a fingerpicking approach to Oh You Bring that I feel is pretty close. I've only provided the chord shapes, the finger picking pattern isn't too hard to suss out and I didn't want to tab it all. Be sure to slide up on the transition chords. All numbers are relative to capo.



Capo 7:

Intro:
G (C voicing)
E--0
B--1
G--0
D--x
A--3
E--x

Am9 (Variant) Transition chord
E--0
B--6
G--5
D--x
A--5
E--x

Em7 (Am7 voicing)
E--0
B--1
G--0
D--x
A--0
E--x

Bm7 (Em7 voicing) Transition chord
E--0
B--3
G--0
D--x
A--2
E--x


Verse:

G (C voicing)

D/G (G/C voicing)
E--0
B--1
G--0
D--x
A--x
E--3

Am9
E--x
B--5
G--5
D--3
A--5
E--x

Em7 (Am7 voicing)

Cmaj7 (Fmaj7 voicing)
E--0
B--1
G--0
D--3
A--x
E--x

D/G (G/C voicing)
 
Chorus:
Cmaj7 (Fmaj7 voicing)

D/G (G/C voicing) (Variant)
E--0
B--0
G--0
D--x
A--x
E--3

Em7 (Am7 voicing)
Bm7 (Em7 voicing)
G (C voicing)
Cmaj7 (Fmaj7 voicing)
D/G (G/C voicing) (Variant)

3 comments:

sasquatch said...

really good and helpful... but i still get cofised where to pick it... u should have put that :(
But still God bless u :) and thank you for putting the real version on how to play this song :)

Phil said...

Just use your ear! =)
There really isn't a wrong way to pick it. I tried to emulate the picking pattern for the purpose of the video, but personally when I play it I use a different pattern that I think sounds better.

neesh15jm said...

shouldn't the thumb be picking 8th notes?