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Just To See You Smile Chords

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“Just to See You Smile” By Tim McGraw

This is a correction to my earlier post. I'm sorry if this caused any inconvenience.

This version you can actually play along with the original recording.
The chords may not be exactly correct but they correspond with the diagram.
I hope this helps.
-Jordan Robins 


Capo 1st fret
  G#m  F#  C# D#m  B  G#
e--3---1---0---1---1---3
b--3---1---1---3---3---3
g--3---2---0---2---3---4
d--5---3---2---0---3---5
a--5---3---3---0---1---5
e--3---1---x---x---x---3

Intro:  F# C# D#m    B C#

F#
You always had an eye for things that glitter
D#m
but I was far from being made of gold
B
I don't know how but I scraped up the money
G#m		          C#
I just never could quite tell you no
F#
Just like when you were leaving Amarillo
D#m
To take that new job in Tennessee 
B
and I quit mine so we could be together
G#m				      C#
I can't forget the way you looked at me

Chorus:
F#       C#       D#m
Just to see you smile
                  B       C#  
I'd do anything   that you wanted me to 
F#       C#           D#m
and all is said and done
		     B
I'd never count the cost
		     G#                       
It's worth all that's lost 
C#
Just to see you smile

F# C# D#m    B C#

F#
When you said time was all you really needed
D#m
I walked away and let you have your space
B
Cause leaving didn't hurt me near as badly
G#m				        C#
as the tears I saw rolling down your face
F#
and yesterday I knew just what you wanted
D#m
when you came walking up to me with him
B
so I told you that I was happy for you
G#m				C#
and given the chance I'd lie again

F#       C#       D#m
Just to see you smile
                  B       C#  
I'd do anything   that you wanted me to 
F#       C#           D#m
and all is said and done
		     B
I'd never count the cost
		     G#                      
It's worth all that's lost 
C#
Just to see you smile
F#       C#       D#m
Just to see you smile
                  B       C#  
I'd do anything   that you wanted me to 
F#       C#           D#m
and all is said and done
		     B
I'd never count the cost
		     G#                      
It's worth all that's lost 
C#
Just to see you smile

repeat chorus (no words) and end
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dimension wrote on October 13 2006, 12:14 am

yo the only thing wrong with this tab is that the chords are off by one fret. You have them right reletive to the capo but nobody reads them like that. So like F# should still be played on second fret. if that makes sence?

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macvsgp714 wrote on December 20 2006, 10:37 pm

makes sence to me...great chords anyhow, though!!
adding to my favorites...

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evelynpopeck wrote on January 22 2009, 04:33 am

yeah, it makes it difficult to play when all the chords are written a half step up.

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