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SafetySuit - What If (Studio version mixed with acoustic live version)
Tuning: Open Dsus4 (D A D G A D)
Key: B minor (B C# D E F# G A B)
Tempo: 77-82 bpm
Transcribed by Robert from Astlessons
Link to my tutorial on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mObm8RZgySo

(Ps. no disrespect intended towards the previous uploader, his/her version is good 
if you want to keep it simple and play in standard tuning)



[Intro]: Gadd2   Bm7 Aadd4 x2

                      Gadd2    Aadd4
And what if it makes you sad at me
                         Bm7                         Gadd2
And what if it makes you laugh now but you cry as you fall asleep
                                            Aadd4    
And what if it takes your breath and you can hardly breathe
                         Bm7 
And what if it makes the last sound be the very best sound

Gadd2                               Aadd4                Gadd2                  Aadd4
What if what I want makes you sad at me, and is it all my fault oh can I fix it please oh
                      Gadd2           Aadd4                       Gadd2           Aadd4
Cause you know that I'm always all for you, cause you know that I'm always all for you

                        Gadd2         Aadd4
And what if it makes you lose faith in me
                         Bm7                      Gadd2
And what if it makes you question every moment you cannot see
                                            Aadd4
And what if it makes you crash and you can't find the key
                        Bm7
And what if it makes you ask how you could let it all go

Gadd2              Aadd4     Gadd2  Aadd4                Gadd2                  Aadd4
What if what I want makes you sad at me, and is it all my fault oh can I fix it please oh
                      Gadd2           Aadd4                       Gadd2           Aadd4
Cause you know that I'm always all for you, cause you know that I'm always all for, always
 all for you

[Interlude - part 1]: Gadd2 Aadd4 Gadd2 Aadd4

[Interlude - part 2]: Gadd2  D Aadd4 x2

  Gadd2             D        Aadd4  Gadd2             D                Aadd4       Gadd2
And if this be our last conversation, if this be the last time that we speak for a while
          Aadd4               Bm7                   C#m
Don't lose hope and don't let go, cause you should know

               Gadd2 Aadd4          Gadd2  Aadd4                Gadd2                    Aadd4
If it makes you sad, if it makes you sad at me, then it's all my fault and let me fix it please oh
                      Gadd2           Aadd4                        Bm7
Cause you know that I'm always all for you, cause you know that I'm always all for you
Aadd4                        Gadd2  Aadd4              Gadd2                     Aadd4
What if what I want makes you sad at me, if it's all my fault then let me fix it please oh
                      Gadd2           Aadd4                        Bm7             C#m
Cause you know that I'm always all for you, cause you know that I'm always all for, always
            Gadd2
I am all for you



So for this song, I have made two different versions of the chords. The first 
which I call the "muting version" is how the singer plays it, 
and the "chord version" is for those of you who want to be able to play it without 
having to mute strings. 
Some of the chord names have been slightly simplified, further explanations 
follows within the second set of brackets for those of you who are interested. 

Chords - Muting version:
Gadd2 (5 X 0 4 0 0) 
Aadd4 (7 X 0 6 0 0)   (In reality also a no5)
Bm7   (9 X 0 7 0 0)   (In reality also a no5)
C#m   (11 X 0 9 0 0)  (In reality also a #5 with an added D note)
D     (12 X 0 11 0 0)

Chords - Chord version:
Gadd2 (5 5 0 4 0 0)
Aadd4 (7 7 0 6 0 0)
Bm7   (9 9 0 7 0 0)
C#m   (11 11 0 9 0 0) (In reality also with added A and D notes, if you decide
D     (12 12 0 11 0 0)  not to mute the open strings)

Clarification:
Chordname (E A D G B E) which is now tuned to (D A D G A D)
X = Don't play / Muffle



Free papers for this song are available in .pdf on my website, you can find the 
link in the description on the YouTube tutorial. 
Among the papers available are Lyrics & Chords, Lyrics & Chords plus (with added 
beats per chord), Chord Diagrams and Playing Patterns (strumming). 
If you need further help or explanations don't hesitate to ask, if it's a subject 
where other people may benefit from the answer it's best done 
by posting a comment on the tutorial, but posts here and personal messages will 
also be answered (though not as fast)!  

//Robert

            
            
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cmwill1284 10 Nov 26, 2013 04:12 PM

FLAWLESS!! Uploader, THANK YOU!

I am so sick of seeing Safetysuit tabs and chords in standard tuning... PLAY IT AGAINST THE SONG and still tell me that open chords in standard tuning is what those guys are playing.

AWESOME WORK

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