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Over My Head Chords

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Verse 1:

  Cadd9
I never knew
  Em               D              Cadd9
I never knew that everything was falling through
      Em        D                Cadd9
That everyone I knew was waiting on a queue
    Em       G               Am    C        D
To turn and run when all I needed was the truth
                    Cadd9
But that's how it's got to be
     Em              D                Cadd9
It's coming down to nothing more than apathy
      Em             D            Cadd9
I'd rather run the other way than stay and see
      Em        G           Am      C        D
The smoke and who's still standing when it clears


Chorus:

Cadd9 G   Em        G
Everyone knows I'm in
Cadd9    G     Em      D
Over my head, over my head
     Cadd9  G               Em     G
With eight seconds left in overtime
      Am       G           Em  D   Cadd9
She's on your mind, she's on your mind

Em  D  Cadd9
Em  D


Verse 2: 

      Cadd9
Let's rearrange
   Em              D                Cadd9
I wish you were a stranger I could disengage
    Em          D              Cadd9
To say that we agree and then never change
    Em   G            Am        C    D
Soften a bit until we all just get along
           Cadd9
But that's disregard
     Em           D              Cadd9
You find another friend and you discard
        Em       D            Cadd9
As you lose the argument in a cable car
     Em   G            Am    C     D
Hanging above as the canyon comes between


Chorus: 

Cadd9  G  Em        G
Everyone knows I'm in
Cadd9    G     Em      D
Over my head, over my head
     Cadd9  G               Em   G
With eight seconds left in overtime
      Am       G          Em   D   Cadd9
She's on your mind, she's on your mind (repeat verse)


Bridge: (Single Strum)
     Cadd9       Em       D           Cadd9
And suddenly I become a part of your past
       Em          D              Cadd9
I'm becoming the part that don't last
      Em    D           Am
I'm losing you and its effortless


Verse 3:

Cadd9                    Em            D
Without a sound we lose sight of the ground 
       Cadd9
In the throw around
      Em            D         Cadd9
Never thought that you wanted to bring it down
        Em         D            Am
I won't let it go down till we torch it ourselves


Bridge 2:
Chorus 2 (2:41 in the song if you dont know what I mean)
e|-------0-----3-----2----------------|
B|---------1p0---0-----0-----1p0----0-|
G|-0-2-4-----------2----2--------2----|
D|------------------------------------|x8
A|------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------|

        
Everyone knows I'm in
            
Over my head, over my head

With eight seconds left in overtime
      
She's on your mind, she's on your mind...

Everyone knows...   she's on your mind...

Everyone knows I'm in over my head

My head   I'm over my...


Chorus:

Cadd9 G   Em        G
Everyone knows I'm in
Cadd9    G     Em      D
Over my head, over my head
     Cadd9  G               Em     G
With eight seconds left in overtime
      Am       G          Em   D   Cadd9
She's on your mind, she's on your mind

Cadd9   Em    D   4X

End on Cadd9.
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guitarhalo31021 wrote on July 10 2006, 07:50 pm

It's a half step flat, but still a good tab to sing along to.

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Quaker Oats Man wrote on August 3 2006, 02:00 pm

I think this one is better than the other. That is all.

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pscafidi wrote on September 9 2006, 07:42 pm

This the best of the tabs on here. I like the use of the Cadd9 instead of the regular C chord, but playing a Cmaj7 may sound a little closer to the recording since it's a pretty layered song. Also, during the break down, I play an Em then Em7 instead of going to the Em to D. When you play the Em7, you still get the overtone and color of Em, but the D is added to it. It's a big difference from going to an Em to a happy D major chord. This is a good tab though.

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