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Second Chances
By Michelle Branch
From the album 'Broken Bracelet’
Tabbed by Fern Alison Hughes         May 29 2002


Standard tuning. CAPO 1

Chords
G	320033
D	x00232
C	032010
Cmaj7	032000
Am 	002210
D/G 	000233

INTRO

G	D	C  Cmaj7  C    x2


G     D     C   Cmaj7  C   G     D    C  Cmaj7  C
"Sometimes...

G     D     C   Cmaj7  C                G     D
  Sometimes...

C  Cmaj7  C


PRE-CHORUS
Am          C         G      D               C
  It really...

          D  D/G  D
When they do

Am          C        G      D               C
  It really ...

           D  D/G  D
Instead of you



CHORUS

         G   D   C  Cmaj7  C
And...

      G    D  C  Cmaj7  C


         G   D   C  Cmaj7  C
And...

                G    D  C  Cmaj7  C
Mistake ...

Am                              C     Cmaj7   G
Just...


G	D	C  Cmaj7  C    x2


VERSE

PRE-CHORUS

CHORUS


G	D	C  Cmaj7  C    x2


BRIDGE
Am    C    D   D   D  D/G  D     x2



G	D	C  Cmaj7  C    x2


CHORUS


This is a good one to strum too. Pretty easy once you get a hold of the chord pattern. 
Enjoy. If you have any comments, corrections or suggestions please email me.

-Lyrics not included, c.d sold separately.
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Serenade 10 Jul 31, 2002 08:00 PM

I've played this song along with the cd many times and there is no capo used...just standard tuning.

here's another chord that's used in this song:

Cadd9 030010

So for the intro and everything but the pre-chorus and bridge you would play:

G D Cadd9 C Cmaj7 C

Its easy to pick up the rhythm if you listen closely to the song.

There are 2 lines in the pre-chorus, each with a slightly different chord progression which goes something like this:

Am Cadd9 G D
It really makes me wonder why some
C G D
things happen when they do

Am Cadd9 G D
It really makes me wonder why it
Am D D/G D
wasn't me instead of you

so that's the pre-chorus and then it goes back to the G D thing

Now in the bridge, a few of the chords (or at least what I've gathered from a few different sources) goes like this:

Em
And when you look it's gone
Am D D/G D
Its too late to turn around
Em
And it's another day
Am
facing yourself and the things that
D D/G D
you've done


So that's what I've managed to put together and I think it sounds pretty accurate. You might want to play around with variations of a C chord rather than playing the Cadd9 that's in the pre-chorus. Hope you enjoy!

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Serenade 10 Jul 31, 2002 08:00 PM

I've played this song along with the cd many times and there is no capo used...just standard tuning.

here's another chord that's used in this song:

Cadd9 030010

So for the intro and everything but the pre-chorus and bridge you would play:

G D Cadd9 C Cmaj7 C

Its easy to pick up the rhythm if you listen closely to the song.

There are 2 lines in the pre-chorus, each with a slightly different chord progression which goes something like this:

Am Cadd9 G D
It really makes me wonder why some
C G D
things happen when they do

Am Cadd9 G D
It really makes me wonder why it
Am D D/G D
wasn't me instead of you

so that's the pre-chorus and then it goes back to the G D thing

Now in the bridge, a few of the chords (or at least what I've gathered from a few different sources) goes like this:

Em
And when you look it's gone
Am D D/G D
Its too late to turn around
Em
And it's another day
Am
facing yourself and the things that
D D/G D
you've done


So that's what I've managed to put together and I think it sounds pretty accurate. You might want to play around with variations of a C chord rather than playing the Cadd9 that's in the pre-chorus. Hope you enjoy!

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