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Back At One Chords

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Person: Michael 

song: Back At One

artist: Brian McKnight

tab: Song: Back at One
CD: Back at One
Artist: Brian McKnight
Tab by: Michael

verse 1:

A                     F#m
It's undeniable, that we should be together
A                        F#m
It's unbelievable, how I use to say that I fall never
A                                F#m
The basis is need to know, if you don't know just how I feel
     D                                E
Then let me show you now that I'm for real
   D                             E
If all things in time, time will reveal

Chorus:

A                F#m
One, your like a dream come true
A               F#m
Two, just wanna be with you
A              F#m     
Three, girl is plain to see
     E
That your the only one for me
    A             F#m
And four, repeats steps one thru three
A                   F#m
Five, make you fall in love with me
   D                         E
If ever I believe my work is done
                          A
Then I'll started back at one

verse 2: (same chords as verse 1)

It's so incredible
The way things work themselves out
It's all emotional
Once you know what it's all about, hey
And undesirable
For us to be apart
I never would have made it very far
Cause you know you've got the keys to my heart

Chorus:

Bridge: sorry don't know this part!

Chorus: fade out

Note: well I hope this help u people out there a bit.
Any comments,corrections,or questions please email to me
at MichaelVu2000@hotmail.com.

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Goshen wrote on June 17 2006, 04:33 am

Apparently the song is not played in (A).
I tried to pick this out using the A- F#m transitions but nothing seems to work.
In addition, there is only the verse and Chorus in here (even though they are not the version in the song). There is still what seems like another Chorus at the very end of the song, though I'm not sure if it is actually a "chorus" I know that there is no Chords posted for that last section either. In the end, not the best work. It might fly if the chords were that of the song.

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zakiki wrote on September 27 2008, 08:38 am

the chorus at the end is just one key higher than the chorus.

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