It's a good opportunity to write a brief note on guitar technique. When playing chords that occupy more than five strings, place the c (pinky) finger on the highest-pitched string, the i (ring) on the next-highest, the m (middle) next, and the i (index) the next, which takes care of the four highest-pitched strings. The p (thumb) finger can handle the lowest-pitched string. If the chord makes use of six strings, then p does double duty. If there seven strings, then p and i each take two strings. Give it a try!