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You And I Both Chords

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    _________________________________
   / Jason Mraz                     /  
  / You and I Both                 /  
 / Waiting for My Rocket to Come  /  
/________________________________/  

 Chords:
     G   Gmaj7   Em7   Am7   C   D/F#   D(add11)   Em9
e:---3-----2------0-----0----0----2-----------------0----:
B:---3-----3------3-----1----1----3--------3--------3----:
G:---0-----0------0-----0----0----2--------0--------0----:
D:---0-----4------2-----2----2----0--------4--------4----:
A:---2-----x------2-----0----3----x--------5--------2----:
E:---3-----3------0---------------2-----------------0----:



 Verse:
| G | Gmaj7 | Em7 | Em7 |

| Am7 | Am7 | C | D/F# |


 Verse (break on 3 in the last bar)



 Chorus 1:
| G | Gmaj7 | Em7 | Em7 |

| Am7 | Am7 | C | D/F# |


 Interlude:       [break on 2]
| G | Gmaj7 | Em7 | Em7 |



 Verse (break on 2 in the last bar)



 Chorus 2:
| G | Gmaj7 | Em7 | Em7 |

| Am7 | C D/F# |

| G | Gmaj7 | Em7 | Em7 |

                [break on 2]
| Am7 | Am7 | C | D/F# |


 Chorus 3:
| G | Gmaj7 | Em7 | Em7 |

| Am7 | C D/F# |

| G | Em7 | Am7 | C D/F# |

| G | G |



 Bridge:
| C | D(add11) | G  D/F# | Em9 |

| C | D(add11) |
                             [break on 3]
| G | Em7 | C | C | D(add11) | D(add11) |



 Chorus 3, end on the last G




 *The Acoustic Intro*:
The best version of this song, my opinion, is the acoustic live-performance
at Mix 106.5, 04/04/08. This is the sweet intro he plays, and here's the link
to the performance: www.youtube.com/watch?v=yY4tBjIwDJ8

  G                                 Gmaj7
|-----------------3^----3---------|-----------3-----2/----7~~~------|
|-----------0-----0^--------0-----|-----------------3/----8~~~------|
|-------0---------0^------------0-|-------0---------0-----0---------|
|-----0-----------0^--------------|---------0-----------------------|
|-----------------x^--------------|---------------------------------|
|-3-----------3---3^--------------|-3-------------------------------|

  Em7                               Em9
|-----------------x^--------------|---------------------------------|
|-----------8-----8^----8---------|-7-----7-----7/8---8---8-8-------|
|-----------------7^--------7-----|-7-----7-----7-----------7-------|
|-------5---------5^--------------|---------------------------------|
|-----7-------7-------7-------7---|---------------------7-------0---|
|-0-------------------------------|---------------------------------|

  Am7                               Am9
|---------------5-----------5-----|-7^----7-----5-----------5-------|
|---------5---------5-------------|-5^----5-----5---------5-5-5-----|
|---------5-------------5-5-------|-5^----------------5---5-5-5-----|
|-------5-5---------------5-------|-5^------------------5-----5-----|
|---------x---------------x-------|-----------------------------0---|
|-3/5-----5-------------------5---|---------------------------------|

  C6sus2                            D(add9)/F#
|------------10-------------------|-------------0-------------------|
|-------8-----------8-------8-----|-------3-------------------------|
|-------7---------------7-7---x-x-|---2---2-------------------------|
|-------------------------7---x-x-|-----------0---------------------|
|-------------------------x---x-x-|---------------------------------|
|-5/8-----------------8-----------|-2-------------------------------|

I have also typed this little bit into guitar pro, it's worth checking out:
www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/j/jason_mraz/you_and_i_both_acoustic_intro_guitar_pro.htm




*Finger Picking Lesson*:
Here's a little lesson a had from Tacea Cosmin. I thought I might as well add it
directly into the tab. Thanks a lot for that, Tacea!

***********************************************************************************

 fingerpicking pattern which i'm 99% sure is right:

 (example for first chord G, 320033)

 e -------3--*--------------3-------|
 B ----------*----3---3--3^--3------|
 G -----0^---*------0----0^---0-----|
 D -----0^---*----------------------|
 A -----2^---*----------------------|
 E --3-------*----------------------|

 The * represents the fact that there is a slight pause there between section. The
 rest of the notes are close together because they are in quick succession. Watch
 the youtube link to see this.
 To make it easier for it to be played (as I have seen it from Mr. Mraz himself),
 the bottom e- and B-string have to be picked with your middle finger, and for the
 G-string use your index finger. This is because, as you can see in the tab, you
 often alternate between picking the B- and G-string. When you have to pick the
 e-string (like in the first section of the tab) just use your middle finger, then
 for the next string to be picked, the B-string, use the same finger, bringing it
 up from the e- to the B string. Then pick G and B normally with the middle and
 index finger.
 As for the small downward strumming motion, use the nails of your index and middle
 finger.

***********************************************************************************



Jon Sebastian Frederiksen - 19th /May /09
Just mail me at Maitinin@gmail.com with questions, comments and corrections!
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cosminnfs wrote on May 17 2009, 09:54 am

fingerpicking pattern which i'm 99% sure is right:

(example for first chord G (320033) )

e -------3--*--------------3-------
B ----------*----3---3--3^--3------
G -----0^---*------0----0^---0-----
D -----0^---*----------------------
A -----2^---*----------------------
E --3-------*-----------------------

The * represents the fact that there is a slight pause there between section. The rest
are close together because they are in quick succession. Watch the youtube link to see this.
To make it easier for it to be played, I suggest as I have learned and seen from Mr. Mraz himself, the bottom two thin strings (e and B) have to be picked with your middle finger, and only use your index finger to pick the G string. This is because as you can see in the fingerpicking tab, that you often alternate between picking the B and G string, and when you have to pick the lowest E string just use your middle finger and for the next string the B string, bring the finger higher than the e string to pick it the B string, then as i said pick the G string with your index finger.
As for the small downward strumming motion, use the nails of your index and middle finger.

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cosminnfs wrote on May 17 2009, 10:29 am

just realized i sounded like he taught me the pattern personally :)) I simply meant i studied him in videos that all :P

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karansanas wrote on March 26 2011, 02:36 am

@cosminnfs lol even i thought that at first

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