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Happiness Tab

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Note: This is not my tab, but the happiness tabs up suck, or are
powertabs, which i know not everyone has.

So, without further ado:

Tab by Mathieu (mat_mischler@yahoo.com)

Tune guitar down one tone and a half

Chords used :
G : 3xxx03			    Bm : x24432               Cadd9/B : x20010
Gmaj7 : 3xxx32		    F : 13x215                F(II) : 133211
F/G : 3xxx65		    C : x32013                D7/F# : 2x0212
Em/G : 3xxx53		    Eb(b5) : x6x045		   G(III) : 320033
Eb(b5)/G : 3xxx45	    A : x02225                Em : 022000
G5 : 3xxx33		    G/F# : 2x000x             G/F#(II) : 2x0003
A/G : 3xxx25		    Am : x02210               B7/F# : 22120x
C/G : 3xxx13		    D : xx0232                C(II) : x32010
G(II) : 320003		    C/G(II) : 332010          C#(b5) : x4x023

Intro

Riff 1
   G            Gmaj7        F/G		    Em/G

---3------------2------------5------------3----------|
-0------------3------------6------------5------------|
-----------------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------------|
---3--3--3--3---3--3--3--0---3--3--3--0---3--3--3--3-|

                                        	end Riff 1
   Eb(b5)/G     G5		  A/G		    C/G

---5------------3------------5------------3----------|
-4------------3------------2------------1------------|
-----------------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------------|
-----------------------------------------------------|
---3--3--3--0---3--3--3--3---3--3--3--3---3--3--3--2-|

Riff 2
   G(II)        Bm           F            C
                      ^            ^            ^
---3------------2------------5------------3-----------|
-0------------3------------1------------1-------------|
----------------------4-------------------------------|
----------------------4-------------------------2-----|
------------0---2--2--2--3---------3------3--3--3-3s6-|
---3--3--3-------------------1--1--1--1---------------|



                                   	  end Riff 2
   Eb(b5)        G(II)        A            C       G/F#
         ^             ^            ^         ^  ^ v ^
---5-------------3------------5------------3--3--------|
-4---------0---0-------0----2------------1----1--1-0-0-|
---------0-0-----------0------------2---------0--0-0-0-|
---------x-0-----------0------------2---------2--2-0-0-|
---6--6--6s0-----------2------0--0--0--2---3-----------|
-------------3---3--3--3--4--------------------------2-|

G(II)                       Am
    activity's killing the actor
      D                         C/G(II)   Cadd9/B Am
and a cop's standing out in the road
                  F(II)  D7/F#
turning traffic away
G(III)                                   Am
    there was nothing she could do until after
         D                     C/G(II)   Cadd9/B Am
when his body'd been buried below
                 F(II)  D7/F#
way back in the day

Em   Am  Em                         C/G(II)   G/F#
  oh my, nothing else could've been done
    G(II)    G/F#(II) Em  D  C/G(II)    B7/F#
he made his life  a  lie  so
Em   Am    Em                    C/G(II)   G/F#
  he might never have to know anyone
G(II)     G/F#(II) Em D      C(II) C#(b5) Eb(b5)
made his life the lie you know

G(II)                          Am
    i told him he shouldn't upset her
              D                   C/G(II)   Cadd9/B Am
and that he'd only be making it worse
                    F(II)  D7/F#
involving somebody else
G(III)                              Am
    but I knew that he'd never forget her
          D                   C/G(II)   Cadd9/B Am
while her memory worked in reverse
                          F(II)  D7/F#
to keep her safe from herself

Em   Am  Em                         C/G(II)   G/F#
  oh my, nothing else could've been done
     G(II)    G/F#(II) Em D  C/G(II)    B7/F#
she made her life  a  lie so
Em    Am    Em                    C/G(II)   G/F#
  she might never have to know anyone
G(II)     G/F#(II) Em D      C(II) C#(b5) Eb(b5)
made her life the lie you know

Riff 2

Riff 2
G(II)  Bm  F        C      Eb(b5)  G(II)   A          C   G/F#
what   I   used to be will pass  away and then you'll see that
Riff 2
G(II)  Bm  F     C     Eb(b5)      G(II)   A        C   G/F#
all    I   want now is ha-    -ppiness for you and me

Riff 2
G(II)  Bm  F        C      Eb(b5)  G(II)   A          C   G/F#
what   I   used to be will pass  away and then you'll see that
Riff 2
G(II)  Bm  F     C     Eb(b5)      G(II)   A        C   G/F#
all    I   want now is ha-    -ppiness for you and me   for

Riff 2                                   end Riff 2 Riff 3
G(II)    Bm  F(II)  C(II)  Eb(5)   G(II)   A        C       G(II)
you and me

end Riff 2      Riff 3
   A            C             G(II)
         ^            ^  ^    ^
---5------------3-----------------|
-2------------1-------1--0----0---|
---------2------------0--0----0---|
---------2---------0--2--2s4--0---|
---0--0--0--2---3-----3-------2---|
------------------------------3---|

s : slide
^ : downstroke
v : upstroke
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U-Mass 118 wrote on July 6 2007, 03:15 pm

Elliott was a guy who REALLY understood his guitar.

Amazing...

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jensfg 333 wrote on July 31 2007, 06:19 am

Really good! 5*

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MajestySnowbird 171 wrote on February 27 2008, 03:07 am

Good tab, but you don't have actually mute those strings.

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