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Any Other Way chords

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This is a really cool song with amazing lyrics, and I hope it means as much 
to you as it did to me. Enjoy!
--rman45

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Any Other Way by Tenth Avenue North (SHORT HAND)


INTRO AND VERSE:   C   Cmaj7  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   Cmaj7   Am   F

VERSE:
C                 Cmaj7               Am
Don't say goodbye, don't say hello
             F
We're just standing on the surface
C                 Cmaj7              Am
Don't say alright, Don't say I know
    F
I promise it's not worth it

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

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

VERSE:
C                 Cmaj7            Am
Let's not pretend, stop your parade
F
Trying to convince me
C               Cmaj7                     Am
That you're alright and everything's okay
F
Do you even know me?

PRE-CHORUS:
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

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

BRIDGE:
   F                     G
A broken and 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
It's not enough, it's not enough
          F          C       G
Just to say that you're okay
    F          C      G         Am
I need your hurt, I need your pain
           F       G        C
It's not love any other way

       F      C          G      Am
It's not enough, it's not enough
          F          C       G
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 "Cmaj7" is, it is a C chord with a B note (the
seventh note in the C major scale)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 Cmaj7 chord:

normal C chord:

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

Cmaj7 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 Cmaj7, 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 Cmaj7)


Now, when I play this song on piano, I start off the verse with a 2nd inversion C chord,
and from there the Cmaj7 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. (one-finger movement)


If you have any questions, please ask! :)
Just email me at rman45@hotmail.com

            
            
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MattLarson 10 Oct 01, 2012 08:28 AM

Thanks for putting this tab together. May have a correction to help out. Instead of the C7, try a C maj7 no5 (2nd string first fret, 4th string 2nd fret. Rest open and you're only playing strings 1 or 2 through 4.

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rman45 62 Apr 18, 2013 10:01 AM

Thanks! That gave it a really nice new sound. I need ideas like that cuz I'm getting bored with using nothing but regular chords all the time

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mtmccarl 62 Apr 07, 2014 02:56 PM

Thanks for the music theory lesson!I had someone sort of explain the variations in 5, 7, and Major chords to me, but the way you explained it was so much easier to understand!

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