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Theme From Nice Guy ukulele

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Hey guys this is my first tab. 
There is a capo on 3. 

You might have to work out the strumming yourself but I will list the chords he 
uses. I know it's not accurate, but it's my first tab.
If you have any questions or can help me improve it, email me: timusus@hotmail.com
There are 2 different A#maj in this song. The first is normal, and the second is a 
bar chord, so i labelled them A#maj1 and A#maj2 (I will show what the chords are at 
the bottom)


A#maj1 A#sus2 A#maj1

I could catch up to - to where you are
        Dm/A              D#maj7/A#
see if we can make it right
       A#maj2             Gm
if I thought meeting you somewhere in the dark
               Dm/A                     D#maj7/A#           
was gonna shed any new light
           A#maj2          Gm
Oh we'd sit around, we'd talk awhile
          Dm/A           D#maj7/A#
make polite excuses
     A#maj2       Gm
but the cat has my tongue and I'm not saying much
            Dm/A                    D#maj7/A# 
'cause I get shy around bullshit
           A#maj2           Gm

Dm/A   D#maj7/A#   A#maj1 (He rings out the high notes here)

My new time-piece is watching ice melt
        Dm/A                D#maj7/A#
down the bottom of my glass
          A#maj2          Gm
and I love to watch them fuses burn
       Dm/A              D#maj7/A#
down towards their future plans
       A#maj2                Gm
gets me thinking about - it's time to empty out
             Dm/A                  D#maj7/A#
these pockets of their idle hands
             A#maj2        Gm
and sing la da dadida da da, dadada
         Dm/A       D#maj7/A#   A#maj2      Fadd9 A#maj1
Lock all the doors, pull the phone from the wall, run and hide
D#maj/G                                                  Gm  A#maj1
      Oh I    used to be, I used to be such a nice guy
 D#maj/G Gm   D#maj/G             (Last chord shifted up 2 frets)

Dm/A D#maj7/A# A#maj2

Maybe clarity will creep up on me
        Dm/A          D#maj7/A#
and reset my senses like a clock
     A#maj2                 Gm
and you'll convince me that your reality
              Dm/A               D#maj7/A#
is a better idea than the one that I've got
             A#maj2                     Gm
and you'll give me a second chance at my second chance
                       Dm/A               D#maj7/A#
and we will laugh about my near miss
             A#maj2              Gm
and the good lord will reward my ignorance
             D#maj/G     Gm   D#maj/G   
with a little bliss
(Last chord shifted 2 frets up)
And I'll see a welcome face in the mirror that I don't recognise
        D#maj/G                                          Gm A#maj1
   Oh I      used to be such a nice guy
D#maj/G Gm  D#maj/G      (Last chord shifted 2 frets up)
but now the details are vague, it's so strange, like a previous life
            D#maj/G                                             Gm A#maj1
Oh I used to be such a nice guy
D#maj/G Gm  D#maj/G      (Last chord shifted 2 frets up)
But now you say I don't know when to admit that I'm lost - 
                      D#maj/G                       Gm
when to stubbornly insist that I'm not
        D#maj/G                  Cm/G   
Oh dear bless every thought in your thoughtful head
         Gm

Dm/A       D#maj7/A#   A#maj2

la da dadida da da, dadada
Dm/A       D#maj7/A#   A#maj2
la da dadida da da, dadada
Dm/A       D#maj7/A#   A#maj2  Fadd9
la da dadida da da, dadada
Dm/A       D#maj7/A#   A#maj2
la da dadida da da, dadada, oh
Dm/A       D#maj7/A#   A#maj2  Fadd9
la da dadida da da, dadada 
Dm/A       D#maj7/A#   A#maj2

Chords: I used http://www.chordbook.com/guitarchords.php guitar to work out all 
the chords. Some might not be quite right, 
but please appreciate this tab took over an hour to do, 
as it's my first. I also know it's not entirely accurate. 
To get it right you'll have to listen 
to the song and experiment a bit.

The chord diagrams are relative to the capo, i.e. the capo is on 3, which will be 0.

A#maj1  A#sus2  Dm/A  D#maj7/A#  A#maj2  Gm  Fadd9  D#maj/G  Cm/G   
  3       3      2        3         3     0    0       0      0
  2       0      2        3         5     2    0       3      0
  0       0      4        5         5     2    0       2      2
  0       0      4        4         4     0    2       0      2
  3       3      3        5         3     0    3       1      1
  3       0      2        3         3     0    2       0      0

The chord I refer to as (Last chord shifted 2 frets up) is just:
0
5
4
0
3
0
I couldn't find a name for it.

There are a few times in the song where Paul does a little slide up a fret and 
back down, you'll have to listen to pick it up. I tabbed this from watching 
his live video on youtube.
 Props to whoever filmed that, good job.

The song is much easier than these tabs probable make it look. Good luck

            
            
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