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Born And Raised Chords

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                   BORN AND RAISED (REPRISE) - John Mayer
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Tabbed by: sarahyangg
E-mail: sarah.yangg@gmail.com

Tuning: Standard (EADGBe)

Chords used:
      G      C      D     (Em)
e|----3------3------3------3--|
B|----3------3------2------3--|
G|----0------0------3------0--|
D|----0------x------0------2--|
A|----x------3------0------2--|
E|----3------x------x------0--|
Note: I can't really tell if (Em) is supposed to be played,
but it sounds good without it!
Also, the -C is played slightly at the end of the G chord.

One two
One two three

Intro:
G -C (x3)
G (strum down twice)

Verse:
             G   C-G
Born and raised,
           C       (Em)         G
Locks of brown and streaks of gray
        C           (Em)      G
I was brought up in brighter days
     (Em)     C
It's good to say
        D         G
Now I'm born and raised

G -C (x3)
G

(same chords as 1st verse)
Born and raised,
In half the time I'll be twice my age
Better learn how to turn the page
Cause time is strange
When you're born and raised

G -C (x5)
G
C (Em) G
C (Em) G
(Em) C
D G -C
G -C (x2)
G (strum down twice)

(same chords as 1st verse)
Born and raised,
Locks of brown and streaks of gray
I was brought up in brighter days
It's nice to say
Now I'm born and raised
Now I'm born and raised
Now I'm born and raised

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docmalik wrote on August 15 2012, 08:37 am

thank you very much mate!! chords are fine, embellishments can be found by ear

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CheddyRoosevelt wrote on November 20 2013, 06:52 pm

Great tab.

Couple things I do emulate the song a bit (might not quite right):

In the very start, rock the G root (3rd fret, 1st string) back an F# (2nd fret, 1st string). I just do this for the very first chord of the song.

For the "embellishments", as docmalik called them, or the G-C as they're indicated in the tab itself:

D--------0-------0
A----2h3---3-2---2
E--------------3-3 (right into the G chord)

For the D, as indicated in the tab, I'm partial to playing a Dsus4:

E---3-
B---3-
G---2-
D---0-
A-----
E-----

I think both sound good. I just like how the Dsus4 keeps that Gnote (3rd fret, 6th string) going. Really gives it that country, mosey along feel.

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