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Sam Palladio - When The Right One Comes Along
Tabbed by: gamerjrs

**This tab is only for when Sam Palladio is singing solo and will not work with 
the duet version of this song. The duet version is in a different key.**

There are some small transitions/notes that are left out to keep it simpler

~Capo 2~

   G*  
e|--3--|
B|--3--|
G|--0--| 
D|--0--|    
A|--x--|    
E|--3--|


[Intro]

G D Bm G Em7 A D


[Verse]

G              D  Bm        G
There's no music, no confetti
G              D                 A   Asus4   A
Crowds don't cheer, and bells don't ring
G              D    Bm      A     Em7    D
but you'll know it, I can guarantee
G              A             D
when the right one comes along

G              D       Bm        G
What they're thinkin', what you're feelin,
G              D                 A   Asus4   A
You no longer have to guess
G              D    Bm      A     Em7    D
All those questions are finally put to rest
G              A             D
When the right one comes along


[Chorus]

G*               D        G*                      D        A
Every single broken heart will lead you to the truth
Bm                              A      
you think you know what you're lookin for
G                                  A    Asus4   A
til what you're lookin for finds you


[Verse]

G              D  Bm        G
In a cold world, it's a warm place
G              D                 A   Asus4   A
where you know you're supposed to be
G              D    Bm      A     Em7    D
A million moments full of sweet relief
G              A             D
when the right one comes along


[Chorus]

G*               D        G*                      D        A
Every single broken heart will lead you to the truth
Bm                              A   
you think you know what you're lookin' for
G                                  A    Asus4   A
til what you're lookin' for finds you


[Verse]

G              D  Bm        G
It's so easy, nothin' to it
G           D                 A   Asus4   A
though you may not believe me now
G           D      Bm      A     Em7    D
But I promise that you'll find out
G              A             D
When the right one comes along


[Outro]

G              D    Bm      A     Em7 
All that changes is only everything
G              A             D
when the right one comes along 
 
G D Bm G Em7 A D

            
            
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CircleOf14 54 Dec 13, 2012 08:21 PM

Hey. It's cool to see others are transcribing this amazing song. I have a version for this song too here:

http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/m/misc_soundtrack/nashville_-_when_the_right_one_comes_along_crd.htm

Perhaps you could try it out. Our versions are very different, even in different keys. But I'm pretty sure mine is correct. For example the "Every single broken heart" part is clearly over a minor chord, but you list it as G* which isn't minor at all. Also, my version lists the chords over the actual syllables of the words to make it even more easy to read.

Also, unless I'm misunderstanding your concept, you list -Capo 2- which is a bit confusing as this song can easily be played using standard chords with no need for a capo.

Well feel free to critique my version if you find any inaccuracies. I honestly don't care who's right as long as people get to play and experience this beautiful song correctly. Take care.

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gamerjrs 267 Dec 13, 2012 09:09 PM

The capo is used so that someone can play along with the recording. I feel both tabs work fine and provide two good ways to play this great song

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