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Embrace - Now You're Nobody

Tabbed by Bas Vos

This is off their album 'The Good Will Out'. Been looking for
the tab on the Internet, but couldn't find anything so decided 
to tab it myself.
The trickiest bit is the tuning: you have to tune each string 
down 1 1/2 step (that's 3 frets)!

This is the intro bit, but the same stuff is played throughout a large part of 
the song. The guitarist also uses some other chords during the verses.


        F#         B/F#   C#/F#      F#
        (A)       (D/A)   (E/A)      (A)                                           
C#||---------------------------|------------------------
G#||------2------2h3--3-3/5--5-|------2------2h3-2---2--
E ||---------2-----------------|---------2---------4---4-2-|
B ||----2------2---4----4/6----|----2------2---------------4
F#||--0------------------------|--0---------------------
C#||---------------------------|--------------------------


                                                           
-----------------------------|----------------------------|
--------2------2h3--3-3/5--5-|--------2------2h3-2-----2--|
-----------2-----------------|-----------2----------4-----|
------2------2---4----4/6----|------2------2--------------|
----0------------------------|----0-----------------------|
-----------------------------|----------------------------|

    B            B/A#           G#m7
   (D)           (D/C#)         (Bm7)                                 
----------------------------|---------------------------|
------3------------3--------|------3------3-----3-----3-|
---------2---2--------2-----|---------2-----------------|
-----------4--------------4-|---------------------------|
----5------------4------4---|----2------2-----2-----0---|
----------------------------|---------------------------|
                                                  4
    C#        C#sus4                         C#sus
   (E)        (Esus4)                             2               
--------------------0-------|----------------------------|
------0-----------0---------|------0---------------------|
---------1----1h2------2-1--|---------1---1-----2-----2--|
-----------2----------------|-----------2---2-2/4--2/-4--|
----------------------------|----------------------------|
----0-----------------------|----0-----------------------|


   
This continues until he sings 'I've got used to you...'

then, when he sings 'home', the following chords are played:



B    B/A#            G#m7  B/F# C#   C#sus4             C#  G#7sus4
home,  but don't you let   your mind   play tricks on you

G#m           G#sus2 G#m  E     Emaj7  E6              G#m     F#
    You don't have   to      do a- ny -thing that's new,   but seeing you 

E       Asus2       G#m       A                    E
try to, wins me back     With no big heart attacks

     A                    G#m        A                           E
it's all been one big act       'Cos now you're nobody I'll have you

     C#        C#sus4       C#
I'll have your all


The chords:

  B      B/A#    G#m7    B/F#     C#    C#sus4  G#7sus4  G#m    G#sus2    E
x54232  x44232  x24232  x04232  022100  022200  xx4200  x24432  x24422  320033 

Asus2    A
x3x033 x32010 


Listen to the song to get a feel for when you have to play the chords,
it's not that easy.

Have fun and if you have any comments, e-mail me at: 
Delftschemijnbouwer@msn.com
 
Regards,

Bas.
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mc1900 10 Sep 19, 2010 09:10 AM

i think that rather than play it with these chords tuned down 3 semitones - starting with an A chord, it is most likely played tuned down one semitone (to Eb) and played with the first chord as a G - still totally playable and makes more sense - that way you end up playing an open C chord also rather than a D shaped like a C (so you can play all of the strings without barring)

a lot of embrace songs the guitars are tuned to Eb so i would guess that is how rich (the guitar player) plays it.

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