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Jesse Mccartney, Just So You Know Tabs (ver.1)

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Just So You Know Tabs (ver.1)

Jesse Mccartney Tabs
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Here's my version of Jesse McCartney's Just so you know

Capo 3rd fret (or whereever you want to put it)


G----0--------0---2p0--0h2-2-2-2/4---0--------0------------------------| x2
D---2---------0--------0-------------2---------------------------------|  bridge
A------------------------------------3---------------------------------|  only
E-0---------3----------------------------------------------------------|  once

I shouldn't love you
       G       D
But I want to
I just can't turn away
I shouldn't see you
       G          D
But I can't move
I can't look away

    Em       G
And I don't know
D                       Cadd9
How to be fine when I'm not
       Em       G                 D       D(break)
'Cause I don't know how to make a feeling stop

Just so you know
                 G        D
This feeling's taking control of me
    Em               Cadd9
And I can't help it
I won't sit around
I can't let him win now
Thought you should know
               G          D
I've tried my best to let go of you
    Em               Cadd9
But I don't want to
I just gotta say it all before I go

Just so you know



It's getting hard to be around you

There's so much I can't say

Do you want me to hide the feelings

And look the other way

And I don't know

How to be fine when I'm not

'Cause I don't know

How to make a feeling stop


     Cadd9        G
This emptiness is killing me
    D                   Em             Cadd9
I'm wondering why I've waited so long
                G              D                  Em
Looking back, I realize it was always there just never spoken
   I'm waiting here...
   Been waiting here...

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