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                        Relatively Easy - Jason Isbell
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Tabbed by: rdcoons
E-mail: gnr123@gmail.com
Tuning: Drop D - Capo 4

[Chords]
Dsus2 = 000230(D2)     G   = 5x0030        A     = x02220   
Dsus4 = 000233(D4)     G5  = 5x0050        Asus4 = x02230      
D     = 000232         G2  = 5x0020        Em    = 222000
Bm    = x24432         F#m = 4x0030          


[Intro]
D2 D  D D D2 D2 D4 D D2 G (G5)
D2 D  D D D2 D2 D4 D D2 G


                  D2   D
Are you having a long day
D D   D2 D2  D4   D    D2        G (G5)
Everyone you meet rubs you the wrong way
                                 D2 D
Dirty city streets smell like an ashtray
D D      D2 D2     D4 D D2         G (G2)
Morning bells are ringing in your ear

                       D2    D
Is your brother on a church kick
D D         D2 D2  D4 D     D2       G (G5)
Seems like just a different kind of dopesick
                              D2   D
Better off to teach a dog a card trick
 D   D      D2 D2  D4    D   D2       G        A   
Than try to have a point and make it clear

Bm          A                 G           F#m
You should know, compared to people on a global scale
    Em                F#m      G       A
Our kind has had it relatively easy
Bm            A                   G                  F#m
And here with you there's always something to look forward to
    Em                 F#m      G
My angry heart beats relatively easy

D2 D  D D D2 D2 D4 D D2 G

           D2    D
I lost a good friend,
     D D   D2 D2       D4    D  D2       G (G5)
At Christmastime when folks go off the deep end
                                    D2  D
His woman took the kids and he took Klonopin
D D    D2  D2     D4  D  D2        G 
Enough to kill a man of twice his size
 
         A      Bm
Not for me to understand
                           A     G
Remember him when he was still a proud man
                                A    Bm
A vandal's smile, a baseball in his right hand
                          A      G       A
Nothing but the blue sky in his eyes

Bm         A                G           F#m
Still, compared to those a stones-throw away from you,
    Em              F#m              G     A
Our lives have both been relatively easy
Bm      A               G                  F#m
Take a year and make a break there ain't that much at stake
   Em                   F#m      G
The answers could be relatively easy

D2 D  D D D2 D2 D4 D D2 G
D2 D  D D D2 D2 D4 D D2 G  F#m

Em               F#m   G
Watch that lucky man walk to work again
    D                                  A (Asus4)
He may not have a friend left in the world
Em               F#m   G
See him walking home again to sleep alone
    D                           A              (Asus4)
I step into a shop to buy a postcard for a girl

            D2    D
I broke the law boys,
D D      D2  D2  D4   D  D2          G (G5)
shooting out the windows of my loft, boys
                                  D2   D
When they picked me up, I made a big noise
D D  D2 D2    D4    D D2       G (G2)     A
Everything to blame except my mind

Bm        A               G              F#m
I should say, I keep your picture with me every day
    Em               F#m         G     A
The evenings now are relatively easy
Bm             A                 G                  F#m
And here with you there's always something to look forward to
    Em                   F#m      G
My lonely heart beats relatively easy
    Em                   F#m      G         G
My lonely heart beats relatively easy

D2  D  D D D2 D2 D4 D D2 G

D2  D

            
            
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rdcoons 384 Jan 02, 2014 12:15 PM, edited at 05:15 pm

I originally wrote the chords for this song in standard tuning. After watching a couple YouTube videos of Jason playing this song live, I realized he plays it in drop D tuning. If you don't want to retune your guitar, you can just play it in standard tuning, using the same chords above. Enjoy!

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creepyprofessor 10 Jan 25, 2014 03:23 AM

Sounds pretty accurate to me. Thanks.

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creepyprofessor 10 Jan 27, 2014 02:25 AM

I would play the G2 chord as 540030 (easier finger and also what he appears to do live).

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