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Jack Johnson - Better Together Chords

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Better Together Chords

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                K so this is my first tab, but i don't mind CONSTRUCTIVE criticism..
Just to clarify When he plays it he let's the F and Bb chords ring and the rest are 
but it has a nice feel if you just use Chords in first position.....

F          F/Eb
There's no combination of words
        Dm                   C
I could put on the back of a postcard
Bb           Bb/A
No song that I could sing
    Gm             C            F
But I can try for your heart,
    F/Eb                 Dm               C
our dreams, and they are made out of real things
       Bb         Bb/A
like a shoebox of photographs
     Gm           C
with sepia-toned loving
F           F/Eb
Love is the answer
             Dm                       C        Bb
at least for most of the questions in my heart, like
           Bb/A                  Gm
Why are we here? And where do we go?
                  C            F
And how come it's so hard?
It's not always easy and
          Dm          C
sometimes life can be deceiving
Bb                Bb/A               G               
I'll tell you one thing, it's always better when we're together

Bb                C
Mmmm, It's always better when we're together
Bb                     C
Yeah we'll look at the stars and we're together
Bb                C
Well, it's always better when we're together
Bb               C
Yeah it's always better when we're together

Little Rhythm solo, just play the Main Chord Progression

For the rest of the song you are basically repeating what i wrote down, The only chord i 
unsure of is the Gm But it will fight. When he plays a guitar riff just solo in F, if 
can't then just play the Rhythm part again.

Thanks for your time!
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