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WHAT'S UP?!?!
This thing took me a few hours of serious concentration, ear-straining, and
finger-pounding, so I really hope you enjoy it! If it isn't accurate, well, then my face 
is purple.
:D  This is a really cool song with amazing lyrics, and I hope this song means as much 
to you as it did to me. Have fun!!
--rman45

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Any Other Way by Tenth Avenue North (SHORT HAND)


INTRO AND VERSE:   C   C7  Am   F

PRE-CHORUS:   Am   G   C   F

CHORUS:  F C G Am F C G

         F C G Am F G C

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Any Other Way by Tenth Avenue North (LONG HAND)


INTRO:  C   C7   Am   F

C                 C7               Am
Don't say goodbye, don't say hello.
             F
We're just standing on the surface.
C                 C7               Am
Don't say alright, Don't say I know.
    F
I promise it's not worth it.

Am          G
I want to know who you are
C               F
Even if you're fallin' apart
Am            G
Reach in and touch your scars
C                       F
All the shame you've kept in your heart



     F      C          G      Am
F           C       G
It's not enough, it's not enough, just to say that we're okay.
   F         C       G          Am
F        G        C
I need your hurt, I need your pain. It's not love any other way.



C                 C7            Am
Let's not pretend, stop your parade
F
Trying to convince me
C               C7                     Am
That you're alright and everything's okay
F
Do you even know me?

Am          G
I already know who you are
C                        F
And all the things that kept us apart
Am            G
Reach in and touch my scars
C                 F
Know the price I paid for your heart


     F      C          G      Am
F           C       G
It's not enough, it's not enough, just to say that you're okay.
     F      C          G      Am
F           G       C
I need your hurt, I need your pain. It's not love any other way.


   F                 G
A broken, contrite heart,
               Am
I will not despise.
               G
Come as you are.
                    F
I won't close my eyes!
                    G
I won't close my eyes!
                    Am
I won't close my eyes!
                    G
I won't close my eyes!


     F      C          G      Am
F           C       G
It's not enough, it's not enough, just to say that you're okay.
     F      C          G      Am
F           G       C
I need your hurt, I need your pain. It's not love any other way.



     F      C          G      Am
F           C       G
It's not enough, it's not enough, just to say that you're okay.
     F      C          G         Am
You need my hurt, you needed my pain.
           F      G      C
It's not love any other way.
           F      G      Am
It's not love any other way.
           F      G      C
It's not love any other way.

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Just in case you're not certain what a "C7" is, it is a C chord with a B note (the
seventh note above C)thrown in. Here's one simple way to play it on piano and guitar:

GUITAR: If you play a regular C chord and just take your finger off the B string, then
you have a C7 chord:

normal C chord:

e- 0 (play open)
B- 1
G- 0
D- 2
A- 3
E- x (mute)

C7 chord:

E- 0
B- 0  <---- open B string, giving the C chord its 7th
G- 0
D- 2
A- 3
E- x


PIANO: Very simple here. To play a C7, all you have to do is stretch your fingers and
add the B on top of the root triad (C-E-G chord --> C-E-G-B for C7)
Yes, this means FOUR fingers playing one chord :O

Now, when I play this song on piano, I start off the verse with a 2nd inversion C chord,
and from there the C7 is super easy. All you gotta do is play what looks like an
inversion of an Em chord but still play a C in the bass; so basically, you just switch 
out the C in your 2nd inv. C major chord with the B right next to it. It's a one finger movement,
not so difficult. :)

Well guys, that's all I got for ya! I hope it all makes sense and you enjoy playing this
great song... Keep on jamming and look for more of my tabs!

If you have any questions, please ask! :)
Just email me at rman45@hotmail.com   <---------- original name, no?

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