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intermediate
2nd fret
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Tabbed by: epicshaggy@gmail.com
Tuning:    Standard EADGBe 
Capo 2nd fret

Chords used:

C       x32010
CMaj7   x32000
Cadd9   x32030
Em      022000
A7      x02020
Am      x02210
G       320033
D       xx0232


[Intro]

CMaj7 Em Cadd9 A7


[Verse 1]

CMaj7
   He woke up from dreaming
               Em
and put on his shoes

Starting making his way
     Cadd9
past 2 in the morning
                         A7
He hasn’t been sober for days
CMaj7
   Leaning now into the breeze
D
Remembering Sunday

he falls to his knees
         Em
They had breakfast together

But two eggs don’t last
         A7
Like the feeling of what he needs
         C    (start palm muting)
Now this place is familiar to him
    D
She pulled on his hand

with a devilish grin
    Em
She led him upstairs

she led him upstairs
         A7
Left him dying to get in


[Chorus]

G                           Cadd9
  Forgive me, I’m trying to find
                           A7
My calling, I’m calling at night

I don’t mean to be a bother,
    C (hold)
But have you seen this girl?
G                               Cadd9
  She’s been running through my dreams
                              A7
And it’s driving me crazy, it seems
                              C
I’m going to ask her to marry me


[Verse 2]

C
  Even though she
                   D
doesn’t believe in love

He’s determined to
         Em
call her bluff
             G
Who could deny these butterflies?
                    Em
They’re filling his gut
C
  Waking the neighbors
D
  unfamiliar faces
   Em
He pleads though he tries
                 G
But he’s only denied
         A7
Now he’s dying to get inside


[Chorus]

G                           Cadd9
  Forgive me, I’m trying to find
                           A7
My calling, I’m calling at night

I don’t mean to be a bother,
    C (hold)
But have you seen this girl?
G                               Cadd9
  She’s been running through my dreams
                              A7
And it’s driving me crazy, it seems
                              C
I’m going to ask her to marry me


[Bridge]

Em
   The neighbors
                 C
said she moved away
                        G
Funny how it rained all day

I didn’t think much of it then
         D
But it’s starting

to all make sense
         Em  (guitar distortion)
Oh, I can see now that
      C
all of these clouds
    G
Are following me in

my desperate endeavor
   D
To find my whoever
                G
whoever she may be

I’m not coming back, I’ve
                  C
done something so terrible

I’m terrified to speak,
                           Am
but you’d expect that from me

I’m mixed up, I’ll be blunt now the rain is just
C
Washing you out of my
                   G
hair and out of my mind

Keeping an eye on the world
C
So many thousands of feet off
                Am
the ground, I’m over you now

I’m at home in the clouds
C
towering over your head


[Outro]

(Alex Gaskarth the All Time Low vocalist sang this outro)

Em  (start palm muting)
I guess I’ll go home now
D
I guess I’ll go home now
Em
I guess I’ll go home now
A7 (hold)
I guess I’ll go home
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cdmosser 10 Sep 17, 2013 10:46 PM

Check out my cover of this song! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SISgR-I0HBQ

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simmssnake 10 Mar 13, 2014 09:26 AM

this is brill it sounds just right

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earthtoaamy 10 Apr 02, 2014 08:49 PM

I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure that where you've got C, D, Em, A7; it should go:
Cadd9, and then you move that shape up 2 frets to x54050 so it is a D chord, though I'm not sure what you'd call it. Maybe a Dadd9? The third chord, I think is played as x75070 but I'm not 100% sure on that one. And then A7 is right as the fourth chord.

Good tab though, fairly accurate too.

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