by Matchbox Twenty tabs | tabbed by jdimpas
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+1   January 28 2007, 10:43 pm by James Jarvis |
i like it sounds good thanks man
+2   June 30 2007, 11:30 pm by Kobukson |
Is that F#m really 144222 or is it supposed to be 244222?
-3   May 2 2008, 11:46 am by ledzepprox247 |
no bridge, does anyone have the damn bridge?
June 6 2008, 10:28 pm by johnny k |
tks good tab
-1   August 27 2008, 09:48 pm by Nachoisconfused |
Um... I think the part you have after the last chorus and into the outro is wrong. Like, the D you have at the end of the last chorus should be an A and the whole outro should just be the chorus chords played over and over again. The words are right, but the chords are just placed wrong. Like, whatever words are in the outro are just sung over the chorus chords. You know? Anyways, other than that, I gotta say this is a very good tab, especially the intro part. Sounds really good... Thanks...
November 7 2008, 08:17 pm by bricktopra3 |

Third intro line down, just move everything down 1 string to the D string and it will sound right. Great tab
November 7 2008, 08:20 pm by bricktopra3 |
and 1/2 step down sounds more like the recording
December 13 2008, 03:37 pm by Bob.Loblaw |
This Nacho guy is right, the outro should just be the chorus chords, but great tab!
April 24 2009, 08:30 am by Guitarist279 |
Hey, Its sounds good but in the intro there should be slides like this

+1   April 25 2009, 11:41 pm by KG6_Steven |
The D following the C#m just before the chorus should be a Dsus2. The second D has an A in the bass and should be a Dsus2/A. This is not going to display the chords correctly, but here's where it is in the song - this happens in both verses:

E C#m Dsus2
And it makes me think there must be something wrong with me
Out of all the hours thinking
C#m Dsus2/A A E
Somehow I've lost my mind
January 31 2010, 02:05 pm by patydcs |
I think everything sounds perfect but the D doesn't fit in well in my opinion, shouldn't it be a different type of D?
+1   April 3 2010, 06:06 am by Prolific No.9 |
This sounds perfect. Well it must be, my missus (huge MB 20 fan) is currently humping my leg while I'm playing it. 5*****
April 22 2010, 02:20 am by eheads22 |
e|-------5--7-5-------------5--7-5--5--| -----7-5-------------5--7-5--|
B|--5/7--5--7-5--7\5---5/7--5--7-5--5--| -----7-5--7\5---5/7--5--7-5--|
G|--4/6----------6\4---4/6-------------| ----------6\4---4/6----------|
D|-------------------------------------| --0-----------0--------------|
A|--0----------------0-----------------| -----------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------| -----------------------------|

e|--0h2-5--2-------2--------|----0------ -0-------0------|
B|--0h2-5--2-----------2----|--------0-- -------0--------|
G|------------2----------2--|----------1 ---1h2-----2/4--|
D|---------------4---4------|--2---2---- ----------------|
A|--------------------------|----------- ----------------|
E|--2-----------------------|----------- --------------

^^ from youtube tutorial
June 16 2010, 09:34 am by jkvaxin |
i enjoyed that. :)
January 8 2012, 05:22 am by shadrxninga |
Fantastic Tab at the start and the Chords are pretty much spot on, This is just me, not really a correction but I tend to play the D after the C#m with a barre chord on the 5th fret, make it a lot easier :)
February 28 2013, 09:00 am by Jomb@ |
very nice ;)
+1   April 11 2013, 11:07 pm by Paxil |
F# meaning second fret on low E so 244222
June 25 2013, 04:41 pm by altamashmr |
2nd last paragraph, "how I used to be" I think the chord should move directly from E to A per the final paragraph.

Brilliant tab though!
July 24 2013, 02:14 am by ShiversTheNinja |
No idea what the other guy is talking about... this is the entire song, the bridge isn't missing. O_o Perfect tab. <3
+1   March 3 2014, 11:17 am by Tim52 |
it's 244222
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