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Always Changing Probably
    By: Toad The Wet Sprocket

Transcribed By: Walter Tien (walter@nb.net)
Lyrics added by: Ross Montante 
                                                                               
Fig. 1
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||---5-----------------|--1-----------------|--3-----------------|
                                                                               
|---------------------|
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Fig. 2                                                             
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|--------0-----0-----|--------0-----0-----|
|-----3-----------3--|-----3-----------3--|
|--5-----------------|--1-----------------|


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|-----------0--------|-----------0--------|
|--------0-----0-----|--------4-----4-----|
|-----3-----------3--|-----2-----------2--|
|--3-----------------|--0-----------------|


Fig. 3
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|--------------------|-----------3--------|-----------3---------||
|-----------0--------|--------0-----0-----|--------0-----0-----*||
|-----0--------0-----|-----4-----------4--|-----4-----------4--*||
|--3-----0--------3--|--5-----------------|--5------------------||
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Fig. 4
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Fig. 5
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|-----------3--------|--5--------3--------------|
|--------0-----0-----|-----0--------0-----------|
|-----4-----------4--|--------4--------4--------|
|--5-----------------|--------------------------|
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Fig. 6
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|*-----0-----------0--|
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|---------------------|
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|--------------0-----|-----------3--------|-----------3---------||
|-----0-----------0--|--------0-----0-----|--------0-----0-----*||
|--4-----4-----------|-----4-----------4--|-----4-----------4--*||
|--------------------|--5-----------------|--5------------------||
|--------------------|--------------------|---------------------||

Fig. 7
|--------------------|--------------------|--------------------|
|-----------3--------|-----------3--------|-----------3--------|
|--------0-----0-----|--------0-----0-----|--------0-----0-----|
|-----2-----------2--|-----2-----------2--|-----4-----------4--|
|--3-----------------|--3-----------------|--5-----------------|
|--------------------|--------------------|--------------------|

                                                                               
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|-----------3--------|--------------3--------|-----3--------3-----|
|--------0-----0-----|-----------0-----0-----|--------0--------0--|
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Fig. 8
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|---0-----------------|

                                                                               
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|--------4-----4-----|--------4-----4-----|--------------------|
|-----2-----------2--|-----0-----------0--|--------------------|
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Fig. 9
|------------------------|
|---3-----1-----0-----1--|
|---0-----0-----0-----0--|
|---2-----2-----2-----2--|
|---3-----3-----3-----3--|
|------------------------|

Fig. 10
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|--2-----2-----------|--4-----4-----------|
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|--------------------|--------------------------|
|-----------3--------|-----------------3--------|
|--------0-----0-----|--------------0-----0-----|
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|--5-----------------|--------5-----------------|
|--------------------|--------------------------|


Fig. 1 x3
I wanted to follow you down to your well-finished cave and to laugh at your art
I wanted to tell you the truth but I'm always afraid you'll be torn apart
oh say the word and i'll the you you're wrong

Fig. 2 x1
oh say the word, I've been waiting for so long

Fig. 3 x4
but when you talk, there's nothing to hear
i'm always changing,

Fig. 4 x1
you're too far or too near

Fig. 1 x3
I wanted to tell her the truth but I'm always afraid that it's not in her heart
I wanted to say how I felt but I'm always afraid that she'll stop when I start
oh say the word when we're there at her home

Fig. 3 x4
but when you talk, there's nothing to hear

Fig. 5 x1
i'm always changing

Fig. 6 x 2
you're too far or too near
too far or too near

Fig. 7 x 1

Fig. 8 x 4 (guitar 2 plays Fig. 9)
Fig. 9 x 2 (guitar 2 strums, guitar 1 places more accent on changing notes of c chord)

Fig. 3 x 1
Fig. 5 x 1
oh when she talks, she's all that I hear

Fig. 3 x 1
Fig. 5 x 1
how can I help it, you're always too near

Fig. 10 x 1

Fig. 3 x 1
always too

Fig. 10 x 1
Fig. 3 x 1
too far or too near
Fig 10. x 1
too far etc...
Fig. 8
Fig. 9 end on Cadd9


 

            
            
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