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Human Chords

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Human-Jon McLaughlin

this tab is ment for pianist but if you can pull it off on guitar kuddos. alot of the
on each part of the song are ment for the piano too.


Verse: This parts pretty hard to get in synch with the playing. If you know your theory
goes like (play the chords on the *s)

*+2*3+4+

Db/F (pickup notes)

Gb      Db             Ebm7       Ab
Can you tell me how we got in this situation,
I can’t seem to get you off my mind,
all these ups and downs,
they trip up our good intentions,
nobody said this was easy ride.

Chorus: simple stuff. Each chord gets four counts and you can go back and forth between
sus, and 7th chords to give some variety within the four counts. So basiclly youll hit
the chord i state first then switch back and forth between the chord i put in 
to put this neat sound in there. If you don't get what i just said just play the chord
first.

Gb (Gb sus2)        Db (Db sus2)
After all we’re only human,
Ebm7 (Ebm7 add 9)                   Ab (Ab sus4)
always fighting what we’re feeling, hurt instead of healing,
after all we’re only human,
is there any other reason why we stay instead of leavin’ after all

Verse

Gb      Db             Ebm7       Ab
Can we get back to the point of this conversation,
when we saw things through each others eyes,
cause now all I see is ruin and devastation,
we all need some place we can hide inside and

Gb (Gb sus2)        Db (Db sus2)
After all we’re only human,
Ebm7 (Ebm7 add 9)                   Ab (Ab sus4)
always fighting what we’re feeling, hurt instead of healing,
after all we’re only human,
is there any other reason why we stay instead of leavin’

Bridge: this isnt anything special. Just keep each chord for four beats. Just listen to
song and the singing and chords will make up for
it.

Gb                       Ab
I’m smart enough to know,
Ab                Db
that life goes by,
F
and it leaves a trail of broken bones behind,
if you feel I’m letting go,
just give me time,
I’ll come running to your side,

(solo here off of those chords stated up there ie bridge)

(same as the verse) Gb   Db   Ebm7   Ab
Can you tell me how we got in this situation,
I can’t seem to get you off my mind cause

*Chorus*
After all we’re only human,
always fighting what we’re feeling,
hurt instead of healing,
after all we’re only human,
is there any other reason why we stay instead of leavin’

*chorus*
After all we’re only human,
always fighting what we’re feeling,
hurt instead of healing,
After all we’re only human,
is there any other reason why we stay instead of leavin’ after all

So this is an interlude to the outro right here and you solo off of the chords from the
(Gb   Db   Ebm7   Ab)

and you come back in and do it again except when you start the Ebm7 you start singing

Ebm7                   Ab
Any other reason, to stay instead of leavin’
Gb
after all, yeah
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norf94 wrote on January 16 2008, 05:15 pm

Can this be done easier with a capo?

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godzeller wrote on July 1 2009, 10:11 pm

try tuning ur guitar to half step tuning, then play the chords without the flats and/or numbers

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turner_uk wrote on January 25 2010, 03:41 pm

It can be done with a capo. Just play F, C, Dm7, G with a capo on the first fret, for the verses. When the sus's and add's come in follow the same procedure but with the variations.
When you get to the F chord in the bridge play E instead.
All with capo on 1.

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