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Begin Again by Taylor Swift
Album: Red
Track 16
2012


Standard Tuning
Capo on the 5th fret


Chords:

D:    xx0232
G:    320003 or 320033
A:    x02220
Bm:   x24432

(To play without a capo replace the chords by G, C, D & Em)


  Intro:   D


D
 Took a deep breath in the mirror

 He didn't like it when I wore high heels
     G
 But I do
D
 Turn the lock and put my headphones on

 He always said he didn't get this song
     G            D
 But I do I do

D 
 Walked in expecting you'd be late

 But you got here early and you stand and wave
    G
 I walk to you
D
 You pull my chair out and help me in

 And you don't know how nice that is
     G
 But I do

 
G
 And you throw your head back laughing
         A
 Like a little kid
Bm                           
 I think it's strange that you think I'm funny cause
D
 He never did
  G              
 I've been spending the last 8 months
   A
 Thinking all love ever does
     D         A       Bm
 Is break and burn and end
  G                           A
 But on a Wednesday in a cafe
                           D
 I watched it begin again


D 
 You said you never met one girl who

 Had as many James Taylor records as you
     G
 But I do
D
 We tell stories and you don't know why

 I'm coming off a little shy
     G
 But I do
 

G
 And you throw your head back laughing
         A
 Like a little kid
Bm                           
 I think it's strange that you think I'm funny cause
D
 He never did
  G              
 I've been spending the last 8 months
   A
 Thinking all love ever does
     D         A       Bm
 Is break and burn and end
  G                           A
 But on a Wednesday in a cafe
                           D       G    A
 I watched it begin again

 
         G                           A
 And we walked down the block to my car

 And I almost brought him up
      G                           A
 But you start to talk about the movies
                          G
 That your family watches every single Christmas
                D
 And I want to talk about that
              G
 And for the first time

 What's past is past

 
G
 And you throw your head back laughing
         A
 Like a little kid
Bm                           
 I think it's strange that you think I'm funny cause
D
 He never did
  G              
 I've been spending the last 8 months
   A
 Thinking all love ever does
     D         A       Bm
 Is break and burn and end
  G                           A
 But on a Wednesday in a cafe
                           D     A    Bm
 I watched it begin again
G                              A
 But on a Wednesday in a cafe

 I watched it begin again

            
            
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forgottenwords 58 Dec 04, 2012 04:06 PM

Any particular reason for the use of the capo?

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Roulie 6,644 Dec 04, 2012 05:26 PM

Hey Forgottenwords, there's no particular reason, it's just that out of the two ways I knew to play this song (no capo / capo on the 5th fret), I happened to prefer the one with a capo on the 5th fret, so I decided to tab it this way. But as I said in my tab, you dont have to use a capo if you don't want to, you can simply replace the chords by G, C (or Cadd9), D & Em and play without a capo, it sounds pretty much the same. In my opinion both ways are fine, so it's really a matter of preference :)

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WoodlawnPark 10 Jun 28, 2013 12:39 PM

LOVE IT this is my favorite song, I'm a beginner on guitar and now I can play it thank you so much!!!!!

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