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Jason Mraz
"No Doubling Back"
tabbed by Andy Shields (ajshield@artsci.wustl.edu) from the newest live album

standard tuning E A D G B e

Chords:

Asus2   [x02200]
Dsus    [xx0230]
F#m     [244222]
E       [022100]
A       [x02220]
C#m     [x46654]
Bm      [x24432]
E / G#  [422100]

These are the basic chords for the song.

Intro: Let the open notes ring throughout riff

e|--------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------6-4-4-4-4-4-6----|
D|------9-7-7-7-7-7-9------0------------------------|
A|---0----------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------|


Verses:    Asus2  Dsus

"I would like to hold your hand....."

Chorus: F#m   E    A

"I wonder which one of us is gonna state the obvious..."

Bridge:  D   C#m   F#m    Bm    E    E/G#

"Oh love, when it rains it's sure to pour...."


There it is. The strumming patterns are pretty self explanatory... have fun!!!

-Andy

            
            
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juztice 12 Jul 29, 2012 06:29 AM

I hate when people say that the strumming patterns are self explanatory - like they're so above the amateurs who actually do need help with strumming patterns. Yes, some of us can figure them out on our own after we've been playing for a while, but I don't doubt for one second that someone had to teach you how to strum a guitar when you started. I think it makes beginners feel stupid when that's the last thing someone needs to feel when they're learning an instrument.

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