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Deric Ruttan - When You Come Around (Chord)
Album: Deric Ruttan (2003)
Submitter: palamin0 (176) on 6/3/03 7 comments
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Artist: Deric Ruttan
Title: When You Come Around
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Released: June 2003
Chords by: palamin0 at countrytabs.com


Deric Ruttan - When You Come Around



 ------>(Capo 1st fret)-------


INtro - Bm - F#m - A - E - Bm - F#m - A


(verse 2)
     Bm          F#m        A              E
The look in your eyes, you left here that night,
     Bm            F#m         E
Was like somebody stolen your soul,
     Bm           F#m           A          E
The trance you are in made me crawl in my skin,
         Bm       F#m      E
You were in some outter control,


(bridge)
D
But I won't give up hope and,
      A             E
the spell can be broken,


(chorus)
                 Bm                    F#m
When you come around to your old good sense,
                     A                      E
When you break the chains and you're free again,
                 Bm              F#m    
I'll be waiting here to take you in,
                 A
When you come around,
              Bm               F#m
If it takes a day or a hundred years,
            A                       E
Me and my heart are gonna be right here,
             Bm                 F#m
To pick love up where we put it down,
                A
When you come around,


(Bm - F#m - A - E)


(verse 2)
     Bm             F#m        A              E
The moon can't see out from behind winter clouds,
            Bm            F#m         E
Don't know how you could find your way home,
         Bm          F#m         A         E
So I'll stay up all night like I do every night,
         Bm       F#m             E
To make sure the porch light stay on,

(bridge)
D
Cold winds may be blowin,
      A             E
These arms will be open,


(chorus)
                 Bm                    F#m
When you come around to your old good sense,
                     A                      E
When you break the chains and you're free again,
                 Bm              F#m    
I'll be waiting here to take you in,
                 A
When you come around,
              Bm               F#m
If it takes a day or a hundred years,
            A                       E
Me and my heart are gonna be right here,
             Bm                 F#m
To pick love up where we put it down,
                Bm
When you come around,


(lead - Bm - F#m - A - E - Bm - F#m - A


(chorus)
              Bm               F#m
If it takes a day or a hundred years,
            A                       E
Me and my heart are gonna be right here,
             Bm                 F#m
To pick love up where we put it down,
                A
When you come around,
                Bm - F#m - A - E
When you come around,
                Bm - F#m - A - Bm
When you come around,

 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
at the first bridge the words are
i won't give up hopin not
i won't give up hope and

to play a little easier play third capo
Verse
Am, Em, G, D,
bridge
C, G, D
-aggieroper05 | 7/22/2003
In the video he plays capo 5, any chance someone would be able to
tab that? I can't figure it out on my own. Good job though Palamin0
-MattGrant | 8/7/2003
after working it up on the 5th fret it just doesn't work...
-palamin0 | 8/7/2003
Alright, thanks anyways
-MattGrant | 8/11/2003
He could possibly have his guitar up or downtuned for
the video, I've seen artists capo songs different in
videos than the way they actually play it.
-Shantel | 8/14/2003
Why do you have have it capoed if your playing it in Bm?
-trailerparkboys | 11/23/2003
When your playing this song with the capo on the 1st fret the verse goes Bm, D, A, E not Bm, F#m, A, E. It makes sense to play this with the capo on 1 because if you play it on 3 you can't get as good sounding a D as you do with the capo on 1.
-reverett30 | 12/20/2004
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