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Shattered chords

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Shattered (Turn the car around) by O.A.R

Tuning: Standard

Sorry, the alignment got messed up.


[Intro]

B B/A#


[Verse 1]

B                  B/A#
In a way, I need a change
                  G#m
From this burnout scene
              F#
Another time, another town
             E
Another everything
         F#                B
But it's always back to you

B                   B/A#
Stumble out, in the night
                 G#m
From the pouring rain
                        F#
Made the block, sat and thought
               E
There's more I need
     F#                 B
It's always back to you


[Pre-Chorus]

        E        B
But I'm good without ya
          E        B
Yeah, I'm good without you
     F#         F#
Yeah, yeah, yeah


[Chorus]

B
How many times can I break till I shatter?
B/A#
Over the line can't define what I'm after
G#m      F#
I always turn the car around
B
Give me a break let me make my own pattern
B/A#
All that it takes is some time but I'm shattered
G#m      F#
I always turn the car around


[Verse 2]

B                      B/A#
I had no idea that the night
                   G#m
Would take so damn long
                    F#
Took it out, on the street
                     E
While the rain still falls
F#                  B
Push me back to you


[Pre-Chorus]

        E        F#
But I'm good without ya
          E        F#
Yeah, I'm good without you
     F#         F#
Yeah, yeah, yeah


[Chorus] (x1)


[Solo]

B E F# (x2)


[Bridge]

E                       B5
Give it up, give it up, baby
E                       B5
Give it up, give it up, now
F# E
Now


[Chorus]

B
How many times can I break till I shatter?
B/A#
Over the line can't define what I'm after
G#m      F#
I always turn the car around
B
All that I feel is the realness I'm faking
B/A#
Taking my time but it's time that I'm wasting
G#m      F#
I always turn the car around

B
How many times can I break till I shatter?
B/A#
Over the line can't define what I'm after
G#m      F#                B5
I always turn the car around


[Outro]

            F#                  B5
Don't wanna turn that car around
        F#              B
I gotta turn this thing around

            
            
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jarretto 10 Jun 12, 2009 09:20 PM

whats B/A#?

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bhaymore 30 Jan 12, 2010 05:29 PM

this is pretty much exactly how it's played, with the bar 7th fret B cord

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TStruggs 10 Jan 25, 2010 05:27 PM

I think bhaymore is right on: to make it sound as the acoustic versions sound (to have a descending base note), do bar chords starting with the 7th fret B, then go down accordingly until you hit the E (the first non-barred chord). When the B5 comes up, I would play it (and Marc Roberge, the lead vocals, does this when playing acoustic versions as well) as a normal B bar chord, but only strumming the a, d, and g strings. That's all from me - thank you for the tab - I love it!

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