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Submitted by: johnhuss

Title:      "This Road" (Live electric version) 
Artist:     Jars of Clay
Album:      Futhermore: From the Stage
Copyright:  2003 Essential Records

Transcribed by John Huss on 1/8/2004

Capo IX (nine) - play in G, sounds in E


Intro chords:  
    G    Gadd6  Gmaj7  G    Em7   D/F#  G
1)------------------------|-------------------
2)--3----3------0------0--|--3-----3-----3----
3)--0----0------0------0--|--0-----2-----0----
4)--0----0h2----4------0--|--2-----0-----0----
5)------------------------|--2-----0-----2----
6)------------------------|--0-----2-----3----


Verse chords:                       Chorus chords:
    G   C2   G6   G/A   Em7  D/A  D/B    C   Cmaj7     Dsus  D
1)------------------------------------|----------------3-----2---
2)--3---3----3----3-----3----3----3---|--1---0---------3-----3---
3)--0---0----0----0-----0----2----2---|--0---0---------2-----2---
4)--0---2----2----0-----2----0----0---|--2---2---------0-----0---
5)--2---3----x----0-----2----0----2---|--3---3---------0-----0---
6)--3--------3----------0-------------|--------------------------

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

Capo IX (nine)

Intro: G    Gadd6  Gmaj7  G    Em7   D/F#  G

Verse 1:
G         C2  G    G6   G        G/A   G
... ..... ...-.. .......... .... ... - ...
                  Em7   G    D/A D/B D/A  G
... ...... .. ... ... - ..., ...-..  ..   ....
G       C2  G        G6  G        G/A   G
.... ......-... .... ......... .. .....-...
               Em7  G       D/A D/B  D/A  G
. ......... .. ....-... ... ... .... ...  .....


(Instrumental Chorus)


Verse 2:
G         C2    G    G6    G    G/A  G
..... ... .....-..., ..... .... ....-...
               Em7    G    D/A  D/B D/A  G
.... ...... .. ......-.... .. - ..  ...  ...
G             C2   G          G6   G     G/A   G
... ... ..... .... ...., .... .... ..... ..... .......
                Em7   G      D/A D/B  D/A  G
... ...'. ..... ..... .. ... ..  ...  ...  ...


Chorus:
                  C  Cmaj7  G                  C          Cmaj7  G
.... .... .... .. ... -     ..., ... .. .. ... ........ ...      ......
            C         Em7   G/A  Em7  D  (Dsus D)
... .... .. ..... ... ..... .... ..., ... ... ...
             C   Cmaj7  G                 C        Cmaj7  G
....... .... .. -       .., ... ...... .. ..... .....     ......
            C         Em7   G/A  Em7  D  (Dsus D)    G
... .... .. ..... ... ..... .... ..., ...  ...  ...  .......


(Repeat Chorus)

(Intro 3x)

End:
1)---------------------------------------------------------------
2)---------------------------------------------------------------
3)---------------------------------------------------------------
4)-----------------------------0---------------------------------
5)--0h2---0h2p0-----------2--------2h3---2-----------------------
6)----------------3--------------------------------0----2----3---


//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////


Here's the melody that he plays within the chords.  
Pick out the chords inbetween melody notes.

VERSE:
    G          C2    G     G  G6   G          G/A    G   
1)----------------------------------------------------------
2)----------------------------------------------------------
3)----------------------------------------------------------
4)---------0---0h2---0-----0--0h2--0------------------------
5)------2-------------------------------2-----0------0h2----
6)--3-------------------------------------------------------


    G                 Em7    G     D/A D/B  D/A  G
1)---------------------------------------------------
2)---------------------------------------------------
3)---------------------------------------------------
4)----------------0----------------------------------
5)------0------2------0h2----------0---0h2--0--------
6)--3------------------------3-------------------3---

(repeat)




CHORUS:
   G              C   Cmaj7  G                   C        Cmaj7  G
1)-------------------------------------------------------------------
2)-------------------------------------------------------------------
3)-------------------------------------------------------------------
4)----------------0--0h2-----0---------------0---0h2-----0-----------
5)-----------2----------------------------2-------------------0------
6)-3----3--------------------------3----3------------------------3---


               C          Em7   G/A  Em7   D  (Dsus  D)   G
1)------------------------------------------------------------------
2)------------------------------------------------------------------
3)------------------------------------------------------------------
4)----------0--0h2---0----------------------------------------------
5)-----2------------------2-----0----0h2---0----2----0--------------
6)-3------------------------------------------------------3---------

(repeat)


/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

Some comments:

He rarely plays the high E string in the chords.  
Instead, he emphasizes the 2nd and 3rd strings.

He throws in a little "Dsus D" lick sometimes in the chorus at "all the day."
       Dsus D          G
   1)----3p2------------------------
   2)------3-------3----------------
   3)------2--2----2----------------
   4)--0--------0--0------------0...
   5)-----------------------2-------
   6)------------------3--3---------


In the verse he also throws in a little lick on the G and C2 chords sometimes:
       G    G6  G       C2   C(3)  C2
   1)-----------------------------------
   2)--3----5---3-------3----5-----3---
   3)--0----0---0-------0----0-----0---
   1)--0----0---0-------2----2-----2---
   2)--2----2---2-------3----3-----3---
   3)--3----3---3----------------------

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