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Realize Chords

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jeyeah 657
6th fret
Colbie Caillat - Realize 

G[3x0033]
Dsus4/F#[2x0233]
Cadd9[x32033]
Em7[020033]
D/F#[2x0232]
G/B[x2x033]

Capo Fret 6

[Verse 1]

G
Take time to realize

Dsus4/F#          Cadd9     Em7      Dsus4/F#
That your warmth is crashing down on me

G
Take time to Realize

Dsus4/F#           Cadd9               Em7        Dsus4/F#
That I am on your side  Didn’t I, didn’t I tell you


[Pre-chorus]

Cadd9               Em7
But I cant spell it out for you

D/F#
No its never gonna be that simple

Cadd9              Em7         D/F#
No I cant spell it out for you


[Chorus]

            G                    Dsus4/F#
If you just realize, what I just realized

              Em7                              Cadd9
Then we’d be perfect for each other and we’ll never find another

     G                   Dsus4/F# 
Just realize what I just realized, 

      Em7                        Cadd9
we’d never have to wonder if we missed out on each other now


G/Dsus4/F#/Em7/Cadd9/


[Verse 2]

G
Take time to realize
Dsus4/F#           Cadd9               Em7        Dsus4/F#
Oh oh, I'm on your side Didn't I, didn't I tell you
G
Take time to realize
Dsus4/F#           Cadd9               Em7        Dsus4/F#
This all can pass you by Didn't I tell you


[Pre-chorus]

Cadd9               Em7
But I cant spell it out for you

D/F#
No its never gonna be that simple

Cadd9              Em7         D/F#
No I cant spell it out for you


[Bridge]

Em7          D/F# Cadd9              D/F#
Its not the same,      no its never the same

   Em7/D/F#/G/G/B/Cadd9/
If you don’t feel it too

If you meet me half way, If you would meet me half way
It could be the same for you... 
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GTRMitchell 10 wrote on January 15 2008, 02:47 pm

Hey, It's maybe a stupid question but what do you mean with onF# and onB, Thanks

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urdead4g 921 wrote on January 16 2008, 06:07 pm

It means you're adding a F# note to the D chord. Instead of D(onF#)it's also found wrighten as D/F#, but they both have
the same meaning. Same goes for G(onB), although this is arguably not needed for this chord.

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urdead4g 921 wrote on January 16 2008, 06:15 pm

It means you're adding a F# note to the D chord. Instead of D(onF#)it's also found written as D/F#, but they both have
the same meaning. Same goes for G(onB), although this is arguably not needed for this chord.

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