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Better Together

Tabbed by Murray Hachey

(thanks for the comments)

Chords used:

F     x 8 10 10 10 8

F/E   x 7 10 10 10 8

D#m   x 5 7 7 6 5

C     x 3 5 5 5 3 (or 8 10 10 9 8)

A#    6 8 8 7 6 6

A#/A  5 8 8 7 6 6

Gm    3 5 5 3 3 3


e ------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B ------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G ------12------10------7-------7-----7------10-------12-------10----10---|
D 10/12---12\10----10\7---7\5-----5/7---7/10----10/12----12/10----10------|
A ----------------------------------------------------------------------8-|
E ------------------------------------------------------------------------|

E# F/E D#m C A# A#/A Gm C

F               F/E                          D#m                  C
There's no combination of words that I could put on the back of a postcard

A#           A#/A             Gm           C
No song that I could sing but I can try for your heart and

F   F/E                 D#m              C
Our dreams and they are made out of real things like

A#           A#/A             Gm    C
a shoebox of photographs and sepia-toned lovin

F           F/E                 D#m                      C
Love is the answer at least for most of the questions in my heart like

A#         A#/A                 Gm                  C
why are we here and where do we go and how come its so hard?

F              F/E                D#m            C
Its not always easy and sometimes life can be decieving

A#                A#/A              Gm                  C
I'll tell you one thing it's always better when we're together


A#               C
mmmmm its always better when we're together

A#                     C
Yeah well look at them stars when we're together

A#                      C
Well it's always better when we're together

A#                     C
Yeah its always better when we're together.

:piano solo:

and all of these moments just might find their way into my dreams tonight
but I know that they'll be gone when the morning light sings or brings new things
for tomorrow night you'll see that they'll be gone too too many things I have to do.
but if all of these dreams might find their way into my day to day scene
I'd be under the impression I was somewhere inbetween with only 2 just me and you
now so many things we got to do, or places we got to be we'll sit beneath the mango tree now


Yeah its always better when we're always together
mmmm we're somewhere in between together
well its always better when we're together
Yeah it's always better when we're together

:piano solo: mmmm mmm mmmm


A#           C                     A#                 C
I believe in memories they look so, so pretty when I sleep, hey now and

A#            C               A#                       C
and when I wake up you look so pretty sleeping next to me but there is

A#           C            A#                   C
not enough time. there is no, no song I could sing and there is no

A#              C                            A#                   C
combination of words I could say but I will still tell you one thing

we're better together.

e ----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B ----------------------------------------------------------------------|
G ------12------10------7-------7-----7------10-------12-------10----10-|
D 10/12---12\10----10\7---7\5-----5/7---7/10----10/12----12/10----10----|
A ----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E ----------------------------------------------------------------------|

e ------13-------10------8------10------13------15-------13-------10---------|
B 10/13----13\10----10\8---8\6----10/13---13/15----15/13----13/10----10\8/10-|
G ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
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michaelrlynch85 wrote on March 4 2005, 12:00 am

the only thing i can see wrong right now is that the E# is actually an F because an E# does not exist in music. It goes straight from E to F.

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michaelrlynch85 wrote on March 4 2005, 12:00 am

on second thought, it would be called an E# b/c of the way it is structured, but it is easier to play a high F chord

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Breeet wrote on March 4 2005, 12:00 am

In between the F and D#m there should be a F/E (move the root note back a fret), similarly there should be a A#/A in between A# and Gm.

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