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Everything Is Alright chords

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Everything is Alright
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Tuning: Standard (EADGBe)

Chords:

Eb   668886
Ab   466544
Cm   X35543
Cm7  8X888X
Bb   688766
Fm   133111
Eb5  6688XX
Ab5  466XXX
C5   3355XX
F5   133XXX
PM   Palm Mute


[Intro]

(Bass)
PM Eb                       Ab  C                  Ab
   Tell me that you're Alright, Everything is alright
          Eb                       Ab  C                  Ab
Oh please tell me that you're alright, everything is alright

*Add Guitar - (Eb, Ab, Cm, Ab) - (2x)


[Verse 1]

Eb(hold)
Give me a reason
   C5(hold)
to end this discussion,
   F5(hold)
to break with tradition,
   Ab5(hold)
to fall and divide,
      Eb5
cause I hate the ocean theme parks and airplanes,
C5
talking with strangers, waiting in line.
    F5
I'm through with these pills that make me sit still.
     Ab5
"Are you feeling fine?"

"Yes I feel just fine."


[Chorus]

Eb                         Ab
Tell me that you're alright.
Cm                   Ab
Everything is alright.
          Eb                      Ab
Oh please tell me that you're alright.
Cm.                  Ab
Everything is alright.


[Verse 2]

    Eb5
I'm sick of the things I do when I'm nervous
     C5
like cleaning the oven or checking my tires
   F5
or counting the number of tiles in the ceiling.
Ab5
Head for the hills! The kitchen's on fire!
  Eb5
I used to rely on self medication.
  C5                       Cm7
I guess I still do that from time to time,
    F5
but I'm getting better at fighting the future.
    Ab5
Someday I'll be fine.

Yes I'll be just fine!


[Chorus]

Eb                         Ab
Tell me that you're alright.
Cm                   Ab
Everything is alright.
          Eb                      Ab
Oh please tell me that you're alright.
Cm.                  Ab
Everything is alright.


[Bridge]

(D/Bb, Ab, Eb) - (7x)


[Break]

Bb, Ab, Eb (hold)
Cm (hold), Fm (hold), Ab5, PM


[Verse 3]

Eb
Give me a reason
   Cm
to end this discussion,
   Fm
to break with tradition,
   Ab
to fold and divide.
   Eb
So let's not get carried
  Cm
away with the process
   Fm
of elimination.
        Ab
I don't wanna waste your time!


[Chorus]

Eb                         Ab
Tell me that you're alright.
Cm                   Ab
Everything is alright.
          Eb                      Ab
Oh please tell me that you're alright.
Cm.                  Ab
Everything is alright.


[Outro]

           D/Bb Ab  Eb
[Everything is fine.] - (3x)
          D/Bb Ab  Eb (hold)
Everything is fine!

            
            
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murdoc562 83 Nov 09, 2013 11:38 PM

Good, but a few things wrong.

F5
I'm through with these pills that make me sit still.
A5 <----(Should be Ab5)
"Are you feeling fine?"

***That error is consistent in the whole tab. There's never an A chord, so all A's / A5 should be Ab.***

***Next, this is wrong.***
Bridge:
[Bb, Ab, Eb]

***It should be [D, C, Eb) Obviously applies to the outro as well.

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OZLperez11 169 Nov 12, 2013 05:42 AM

As I mentioned in the other comment, thanks for what you mentioned. Oh but on the bridge, I'm not so sure, for me it's so difficult to figure out what it is, obviously it sounds like a D but I'm trying to figure out what the base is playing. It sounds like a Bb in that case..... Ok here's how I'll fix it, I'll do D/Bb to notify that the guitar is playing D and the base is playing a bit differently. Idk, someone else my hear it as a Bb

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OZLperez11 169 Nov 12, 2013 05:15 AM

Thanks for the corrections, I haven't looked at this in a long time, I made this tab when I was first starting to play guitar, hehe. I know all my chords by know so, yeah I'll fix up this mess :P

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