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Keith Urban - Raining On Sunday (capo Version) (Chord)
Album: Golden Road (2002)
Submitter: Shantel (5) on 12/17/02 12 comments
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Raining On Sunday - Keith Urban
Album: Golden Road
Writers: Darrell Brown/Radney Foster

**Capo 4**

Intro:  Em  C C9 (x2)style='font-size:1px;color:#ffffff;'>
    Em                             C
It ticks just like a timex, never lets up on you
G                            D
Who said life was easy, the job is never through
      Em                               C 
Itíll run us tilí weíre ragged, itíll harden out hearts
And love could use a day of rest
Before we both start falling apart

                G                  Am7
Pray that it's raining on Sunday, stormin like crazy
C                                     G   D
We'll hide under the covers all afternoon
         G                      Dm7
Baby whatever comes Monday, can take care of itself
      C                                   G
Cause we've got better things that we can do
           D          G     (Dm7   C)--(1st and 3rd chorus)
When it's raining on Sunday

      Em                       C
Your love is like religion, a cross in Mexico
          G                                D
And your kiss is like the innocence, of a prayer nailed to a door
     Em                            C 
Oh surrender is much sweeter, when we both let go
Let the water wash our bodies clean
And love wash our souls


Instrumental: G  D  C  A  Em


           D          G     Dm7   C
When itís raining on Sunday
           D          G     Dm7   C
When itís raining on Sunday yeeeaahh      
        G   Dm7   C
Let it rain

G   Dm7   C  (repeat til fade)

A   =   x02220
C   =   x32010
C9  =   x32030
D   =   xx0232
Dm7 =   xx0211
Em  =   022000
G   =   320003
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the chorus isnt right...
-saleen9899 | 2/13/2003
Excellent job! the only grey area is the chorus, you have
G D C A Em
I think from the G it goes to Am7 but i cannot get the rest. Can you
-blackie | 3/9/2003

-blackie | 3/9/2003
i think you did a great job!!! the chours is just fine!!
-cockshutt30 | 3/16/2003
Thanks for all the comments, I've played this back a hundred times
and I've come to the conclusion you guys are right about there being
an Am7 instead of the C I had in the first line of the chorus.
I think everything else is in place though, seagull sorry I disagree
with the G in the 4th line being a D, there is a definite change going
into the next D in the last line. Thanks for all your suggestions though.
-Shantel | 3/25/2003
in the intro and were else needed instead of
C9 slide a regular C down two frets
-lightningboy | 4/14/2004
i jus want to say that every tab i have gotten from this person
sounds great.. and i am a beginner. and this helps out alot... i am
looking forward to gettin more of this persons work. tc.

-elrik71 | 7/26/2004
I have one correction to make. The D at the end of both of the verses is right, but a great guitarist like Keith always throws something crazy in there. The end of the verses has a lil twist on the last D. Here they are

first second

Dsus2 = xx0230 No idea = x4545x

second's fingering position
E -
B 5 (pinky)
G 4 (bird)
D 5 (ring)
A 4 (index)
E -

-KU_isbestever | 12/4/2004
the end solo of this song is amazing.... can anyone tab it?
-blakebell | 12/11/2004
does anyone know a strummin pattern for this

-paramedic79ca | 4/12/2005
First time adding a comment and just wanted to say a couple of things.

First Shantel ROCKS but everyone here knows that, just thought I'd let her know that I feel the same.

And secondly for the begining of the song, if you strum the Em once then open on the high E string, open on the B string and then 5th fret on G string. Adds a little something to the beginning that I like. Let me know if you like it. Thanks again for the great tab Shantel!
-RyeminRye | 11/28/2012
Pretty accurate. Four changes

1. The Em in the intro should be reversed strummed with the second fret A string hammered on, then play the high E open, B open and hammer on first fret on the B string. This becomes the C chord.
2. During the verses, he C chords are played as C9
3. During the verses, the last D chord before the chorus is always played xx0230, followed by a Em/C# (x42000)
4. During the Chorus phrase (Cause we've got better things that we can do) should be played C - Dsus - D, then to the G.

That's all
-markeluther | 1/16/2014
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