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Keith Urban - Without You
Get Closer (2010)
Tabbed by Craig Sonneveld

Capo I
Fretted notes are written as actual fret, not relative to capo.  Open strings are written as 0.  
The chords are written as the familiar positions.  G chord means G# (actual chord)


Theme:
  G                               Fsus2
e|------------------------------|--------------------------------|
B|--3-----3-------0-2-4-2-------|-----4-------0-2-4-2-0----------|
G|--0--0-----0------------0---0-|-0-0---0---0-----------0---0----|
D|--0-----------0-----------0---|-4-------4---------------4------|
A|------------------------------|--------------------------------|
E|--4---------------------------|--------------------------------|


  Em                                C
e|--------------------------------|-------4-------------4-------4--|
B|-------4-------0-2-4-2-0--------|-------2-------------2-------2--|
G|-0---0---0---0-----------0---0--|-----0---0---0------------------|
D|-0h3-------3---------------2----|---3-------3-------0-------0----|
A|--------------------------------|-4-------------0h3-----3h4------|
E|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|


For the verses, he doesn't have a strict pattern that he follows, so I didn't tab 
any exact verse parts.
However, he does switch up chord voicings, and I have those tabbed out here.  
Also, on some C chords, he does different fills/turn arounds.  Those are also 
tabbed here, but at the end.


Verse 1:
G: 4x004x  ->  Fsus2: xx404x  ->  Em: xx304x  ->  C: x42024  -> Fill 1
G: 4x004x  ->  Fsus2: xx4046  ->  Em: xx3044  ->  C: x42024  -> Fill 2  -> Pre chorus


Prechorus:

  D                 Am                D                Am
e|-----0---3--0---|-------------4---|-----0---3---0--|---------|
B|---4----------4-|-2-2---0h2-----2-|---4------------|-2-------|
G|-3--------------|-3---3-----------|-3--------------|-3-------|
D|-0-----0---0----|-3---------------|-0-----0---0----|-3-------|
A|----------------|-0----0----0-----|----------------|-0-------|
E|----------------|-----------------|----------------|---------|


Pre chorus -> Fill 3

Chorus:
G: 4x0044   ->  G/F#: 2x0044  ->  Em: 033044  ->  C:  x43044
G: 4x0044   ->  G/F#: 2x0044  ->  Em: 033044  ->  C:  x43044
G: 4x0044   ->  G/F#: 2x0044  ->  Em: 033044  ->  C:  x43044
G: 4x0044   ->  Fsus2: 2x4024  ->  C:  x43024

Repeat theme/intro

Verse 2:
G: 4x0044   ->  Fsus2: xx4044  ->  Em: xx3044  ->  C:  x43024  -> Fill 4

G: 4x0044   ->  Fsus2: xx4044  ->  Em: xx3044  ->  C:  x43024  -> Fill 5


Pre chorus -> Fill 6

Chorus

Solo:
G: 4x0044   ->  Fsus2: 2x4024
G: 4x0044   ->  Fsus2: 2x4024
G: 4x0044   ->  Fsus2: 2x4024

Pre chorus

Chorus:
G: 4x0044   ->  Fsus2: xx4044  ->  Em: xx3044  ->  C:  x43024 -> Fill 7
G: 4x0044   ->  Fsus2: xx4044  ->  Fill 8
G: 4x0044   ->  G/F#: 2x0044  ->  Em: 033044  ->  C:  x43044
G: 4x0044   ->  Fsus2: 2x4024  ->  C:  x43024

Repeat Intro 2x

End on a strum:  G:  4x0044


Fills:

  1
e|-----------------------------|
B|-----------------------------|
G|-----------------------------|
D|-------0-----0---------------|
A|---0h3---3h4-----------------|
E|-----------------------------|

  2
e|---------------------|
B|---------------------|
G|------0--------------|
D|--0h3----3p0---------|
A|-------------4-------|
E|---------------------|


  3
e|-----------------|
B|-----------------|
G|-----0-----------|
D|-0h3-------------|
A|-----------------|
E|-----------------|

  4
e|--------------------------|
B|--2p0---------------------|
G|------3p0-----------------|
D|----------4p3p0-----------|
A|-----------------4--------|
E|--------------------------|

   5
e|------------------------------|
B|------------------------------|
G|------0------0----------------|
D|--0h3----0h3------------------|
A|------------------------------|
E|------------------------------|


   6
e|--------------------------------|
B|--2p0--4p2p0--------------------|
G|-------------0------------------|
D|--------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------|

   7
e|--------------------------------|
B|--2-----------------------------|
G|--0--0------0-------------------|
D|--3-----0h3---------------------|
A|--4-----4-----------------------|
E|--------------------------------|

   8
e|---4-3-0-----------------------|
B|---------4-2-0--0h2-4----------|
G|-------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------|
E|-0-----------------------------|

            
            
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gruntznclickz 10 Feb 21, 2011 11:48 AM

Craig, using such an inconsistent tab method isn't helping anyone. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate the effort, but the correct and accepted method is to mark the fretted notes relative to the capo. Any other method is too confusing.

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kbernardp 11 Apr 19, 2011 08:00 AM

What... the hell... is this mess?

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rednecksoccer6 10 May 07, 2011 09:13 AM

it makes no sense to use the actual frets because you write "0" for open notes when in fact, if using the actual frets, "1" is always pressed down by the capo. so what does "1" mean? does "1" mean open as well as "0".... see what i'm saying? so for future refernce, tab in relevance to the capo.

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