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This is the basics of "But We Did" by Thomas Dybdahl. Have a listen to his live 
performances on YouTube to get inspired by the different fills that he uses.
Enjoy!

Capo 4
Em - Cmaj7/G - Em - F#*

Verse 1:
Em(add9)                                     Cmaj7/G
All this time we were told we would never make it.
Em(add9)                                        F#*
All this time we were told we would never make it.
         Am
Everyone said we couldn't break it.
         C/G
Everyone said there was no way to shake it.
         Em
But we did.

Verse 2:
Ain't no love like the one that you gave before me.
Ain't no song like the song that you sang before me.
Maybe you had it right before me,
but you were a fool to so adore me.
But you did.

Chorus (2x):
        Cmaj13
Baby, we swore we couldn't do it,
        Cmaj7/G
Baby, we swore we couldn't pull through it,
           Em
But we did.

Verse 3:
All these tears in the bed that was never broken.
All these doors in the moon that were never opened.
Everyone said we couldn't break it.
Everyone said there's no way to shake it.
But we did.

Verse 4:
To have one for the space that you gave that I never needed.
To have one for the warning sign that we never heeded.
Too bad we fell behind.
Too bad we designed it.
But we did.

Chorus(x2)

Bridge:
Am
Over and over and over and over and over.
Cmaj7/G
I thought it was over and over and over and over.
Em
Again and again and again and again and again.
And it goes and it goes and it goes and it goes.
Am
And it goes deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper
Cmaj7/G
it goes deeper.
        Em
It goes deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper
it goes deeper.
            Am
Yes it goes deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper,
     Cmaj7/G     Em
it goes deeper.



Special Chords:
Cmaj7/G        E*              Em(add9)     Cmaj13
0               x               0               0
0               0               0               1
0               2               0               4
2               0               4               2
3               2               2               0
3               2               0               x

            
            
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ethanstarkey 106 Oct 02, 2015 05:09 PM, edited at 09:16 pm

Very good, thank you so much. The bridge is a little off but i rated you a 5 anyway. If you play like this with the live version you'll hear it

Bridge:
Em
Over and over and over and over and over.
Cmaj7/G
I thought it was over and over and over and over.
Em
Again and again and again and again and again.
F#*
And it goes and it goes and it goes and it goes.
Am
And it goes deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper
Cmaj7/G
it goes deeper.
Am
It goes deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper
Cmaj7/G
it goes deeper.
Am
Yes it goes deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper,
Cmaj7/G Em
it goes deeper.

ALSO: The intro is missing a couple chords, he runs through the whole verse chords once before the lyrics kick in. So itd be:
Em - Cmaj7/G - Em - F#* - Am - Cmaj7/G - Em

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