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Better Together

Tabbed by Murray Hachey

(thanks for the comments)

Chords used:


F     x 8 10 10 10 8          A#    6 8 8 7 6 6
F/E   x 7 10 10 10 8          A#/A  5 8 8 7 6 6
D#m   x 5 7 7 6 5             Gm    3 5 5 3 3 3
C     x 3 5 5 5 3 (or 8 10 10 9 8)


[Intro]

e ------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B ------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G ------12------10------7-------7-----7------10-------12-------10----10---|
D 10/12---12\10----10\7---7\5-----5/7---7/10----10/12----12/10----10------|
A ----------------------------------------------------------------------8-|
E ------------------------------------------------------------------------|


[Verse]

E# F/E D#m C A# A#/A Gm C

F               F/E                          D#m                  C
There's no combination of words that I could put on the back of a postcard
A#           A#/A             Gm           C
No song that I could sing but I can try for your heart and
F   F/E                 D#m              C
Our dreams and they are made out of real things like
A#           A#/A             Gm    C
a shoebox of photographs and sepia-toned lovin
F           F/E                 D#m                      C
Love is the answer at least for most of the questions in my heart like
A#         A#/A                 Gm                  C
why are we here and where do we go and how come its so hard?
F              F/E                D#m            C
Its not always easy and sometimes life can be decieving
A#                A#/A              Gm                  C
I'll tell you one thing it's always better when we're together


[Chorus]

A#               C
mmmmm its always better when we're together
A#                     C
Yeah well look at them stars when we're together
A#                      C
Well it's always better when we're together
A#                     C
Yeah its always better when we're together.


[piano solo]

and all of these moments just might find their way into my dreams tonight
but I know that they'll be gone when the morning light sings or brings new things
for tomorrow night you'll see that they'll be gone too too many things I have to do.
but if all of these dreams might find their way into my day to day scene
I'd be under the impression I was somewhere inbetween with only 2 just me and you
now so many things we got to do, or places we got to be we'll sit beneath the mango tree now


[Chorus]

Yeah its always better when we're always together
mmmm we're somewhere in between together
well its always better when we're together
Yeah it's always better when we're together


[piano solo] mmmm mmm mmmm


[Bridge]

A#           C                     A#                 C
I believe in memories they look so, so pretty when I sleep, hey now and
A#            C               A#                       C
and when I wake up you look so pretty sleeping next to me but there is
A#           C            A#                   C
not enough time. there is no, no song I could sing and there is no
A#              C                            A#                   C
combination of words I could say but I will still tell you one thing

we're better together.


[Outro]

e ----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B ----------------------------------------------------------------------|
G ------12------10------7-------7-----7------10-------12-------10----10-|
D 10/12---12\10----10\7---7\5-----5/7---7/10----10/12----12/10----10----|
A ----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E ----------------------------------------------------------------------|

e ------13-------10------8------10------13------15-------13-------10---------|
B 10/13----13\10----10\8---8\6----10/13---13/15----15/13----13/10----10\8/10-|
G ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|


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michaelrlynch85 10 Mar 03, 2005 07:00 PM

the only thing i can see wrong right now is that the E# is actually an F because an E# does not exist in music. It goes straight from E to F.

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michaelrlynch85 10 Mar 03, 2005 07:00 PM

on second thought, it would be called an E# b/c of the way it is structured, but it is easier to play a high F chord

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Breeet 30 Mar 03, 2005 07:00 PM

In between the F and D#m there should be a F/E (move the root note back a fret), similarly there should be a A#/A in between A# and Gm.

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