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When Youre Gone chords

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Artist: Hanson
Song: When You're Gone
Album: Underneath (Underneath Acoustic)
Submitted by: madeline: resplendent_euphoria@yahoo.com

Okay, I'm hoping to give you guys a straighforward, easy-to-follow, accurate version of
this song. It's hella fun to play—just watch that you don't get spazzy like our good
friend Taylor (see UA Live DVD)...

Chords used:

E:      022100
E7sus4: 020200
Asus:   002200
Esus4:  022200
Esus:   079900
Bsus:   099800
Asus*:  077600 (this one's got a star since it's played in a different place on the neck)

intro: (E7sus4) | E E7sus4 | E E7sus4 | E E7sus4 | E E7sus4 |

        E                  E7sus4
Well, I just can't seem to pity 
          E                   E7sus4
'Cause my heart's too numb to feel 
        E                  E7sus4
And the smile does all the talking 
           E                  E7sus4
Though the pain is all that's real 
         E                 E7sus4
With the way that you keep screaming 
      E              E7sus4
I can hardly hear to think 
      E                E7sus4
And I feel the bridges burning 
E                 (E7sus4)
Underneath my feet 


Chorus:

             Asus
Where do you go, oh 
            E      Esus4
when you're gone?
             Asus
Where do you go, oh 
            E      Esus4
when you're gone?
            Asus          E     Esus4
Oh, how the road feels so long 
                 Asus
But where do you go, oh 
            E
when you're gone?

  E                 E7sus4
I just want to stay dreaming 
      E                  E7sus4
No, I just don't want to wake 
    E                E7sus4
Why can't we keep on sailing 
 E                      E7sus4
Across this emerald lake?
   E                  E7sus4
My forehead is still bleeding 
         E                E7sus4
From the thorns I used to wear 
        E              E7sus4
And I'm left alone and beaten 
         E
For this cross I choose to bear 

CHORUS

        Esus                   Bsus
Well, I finally found what I'm looking for 
           Asus*                     E
Though the road's still long and the light is still far 
      Esus                   Bsus         Asus*-E
But I finally found what I'm looking for 
       Esus                   Bsus
Well I finally found what I'm looking for 
           Asus                      E
Though the road's still long and the light is still far 
      Esus                   Bsus        Asus*-E  Asus*-E
But I finally found what I'm looking for 

(E7sus4) | E E7sus4 | E E7sus4 | E E7sus4 | E E7sus4 |

          E                E7sus4
Well, the voices fall like timber 
        E                     E7sus4
And the fear it pours like rain 
       E                        E7sus4
And my heart is crushed to cinders 
     E                      E7sus4
Underneath this kind of pain 
            E         E7sus4
Well, there is no resolution 
         E                E7sus4
When the revolution's dead 
       E               E7sus4
So I'm left with no solution 
        E                E7sus4
For the voices in my head 

CHORUS

(E7sus4) | E E7sus4 | E E7sus4 | E E7sus4 | E E7sus4 | E

___________
Well, that's it. It perhaps looks a bit crazy, bit it's really actually very simple. I
suppose that on the chorus, you could continue to play the E7sus4 instead of the Esus4,
but I think the Esus4 sounds bettter. I figured this out against the UA Live
version...Ejnoy!!

            
            
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giddah_sau 10 Jul 24, 2005 08:00 PM

fantastic! thank you!

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lilmamanyc23 10 Jul 24, 2010 03:01 PM

Upon watching the spastic Taylor play this, I think he hammers on the G string occasionally in the transition from the E to the E7sus4 in the intro/verses, but most people wont even notice whether you do it or not. Awesome tab.

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