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Rascal Flatts - Here Comes Goodbye (corrected) (Chord)
Album: Unstoppable (2009)
Submitter: palamin0 (111) on 2/16/09 6 comments
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Artist: Rascal Flatts
Title: Here Comes Goodbye
CD: Unstoppable (2009)
Charted by: Palamin0



Gmaj7= xx5432 or you could use an "Em7"
Em7 = 022033
D/F#=200230

  
Here Comes Goodbye





Intro.= Bm - A - G - D - Bm - A - G


(Verse)
       Bm                    A             G     D
I can hear the truck tires coming up the gravel road
         Bm                A                G
And it's not like her to drive that slow, nothings on the radio
Bm                A              G        D/F#
Footsteps on the front porch I hear my door-bell
             Em                   Asus  A
She usually comes right in. Now I can  tell



(Chorus)
                 Gmaj7                   G
But here comes good-bye, here comes the last time
                 D  
Here comes the start of every sleepless night
      C                             Em
The first of every tear I'm gonna cry
                G
Here comes the pain
                Bm                   A
Here comes me wishing things would never change
     D                 Em    D/F# - G        D/F# - Em
And she was right here in my arms     tonight
     A           Bm   - A - G -D 
But here comes goodbye


(Verse)
I can hear her say I love you like it was yesterday
And I can see it written on her face that she had never felt this way
One day I thought I'd see her with her daddy by her side,
and violins into play "Here comes the bride"

(Chorus)
                 Gmaj7                   G
But here comes good-bye, here comes the last time
                 D  
Here comes the start of every sleepless night
      C                             Em
The first of every tear I'm gonna cry
                G
Here comes the pain
                Bm                   A
Here comes me wishing things would never change
     D                 Em    D/F# - G        D/F# - Em
And she was right here in my arms     tonight
     A           Bm   - G
But here comes goodbye


(Bridge)
G                      A       Bm
Why should it go from good to gone
             G                              A
Before the lights turn on, yeah and you're left alone
  C                                Em   -  G
O-oooh all alone, but here comes goodbye

(D)  (A)  Oooh,  (Em)ooh  (G)   (Bm) (A) (G)

(Chorus)
                 Gmaj7                   G
But here comes good-bye, here comes the last time
                 D  
Here comes the start of every sleepless night
      C                             Em
The first of every tear I'm gonna cry
                G
Here comes the pain
                Bm                   A
Here comes me wishing things would never change
     D                 Em    D/F# - G        D/F# - Em
And she was right here in my arms     tonight
     A           Bm   - A - G -D -  Bm - A - G
But here comes goodbye



 
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Thats an Em there for the first chord of the chorus
-st08x | 3/22/2009
Actually it isn't....but you can play an Em, Em7 ect.....
-palamin0 | 4/25/2009
I'm gonna have to say the first chord of the chorus is an Emadd9 played like 022002. You can definately hear the bass note is an E but the top notes are the same as an Gmaj7.
-BrianEarlHaines | 4/30/2009
ps i don't know what you mean by this?

Gmaj7=0225432 or xx5432 or you could use an "Em7"

you have too many strings!!

I think i know what you're going for but still in a chord the bass note must be represented in the chord name just like the D/F# I suppose you could write something like Gmaj7/E but I think Emadd9 is a much cleaner and more often used chord voicing.

But other than that it's perfect and I always know that when I click on a palamin0 tab I will be getting quality work

Brian
-BrianEarlHaines | 4/30/2009
after watching Joe Don...the Gmaj7 is correct...

Gmaj7= xx5432



don't know what i was thinking with that chord structure...lol...I fixed it above...thanks a bunch..

I have seen/heard other people use the Em7 (x22o33) even ( x22ooo) playing it acoustically and has sounded just as nice...the Emadd9 (oo2002) is close to the same chord structure as the Gmaj7 sharing the

Gmaj7 -A-G-B-D-F#
Emadd9-A-E-G-B-F#

which basically sounds the same...


Ken
-palamin0 | 5/3/2009
Great job as always palaminO. I was just wondering if you could tab Jo Don's solo part of the song.
-mdyoung_9 | 6/3/2009
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