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Submitted by: Marnello

Title: Here With Me
Album: Undone
Artist: MercyMe

I've only heard this song on the radio, so this is what i picked up.

Chorus/verse:        

B-799800
f#m-244x00
A-577600
E-022100

(In that order, and repeat a few times)

I hope to figure out the bridge later.

Comments about this tab

Marnello - 2004-05-11

For the verses, do the chord progression twice.
For doing the first bridge, do it twice. (the second time do it once).
For the chorus, do it twice and add another time for in between the verse and chorus.

The F#m could possibly be a F#, but I don't really think so.
(so that would =244300)


guitarman_14 - 2004-05-11

for the F# do F5-244xxx, and for E do 079900


Marnello - 2004-05-13

I finally have the bridge guys. As follows:

At the end of the second chorus, end it on A. That starts the bridge.
Then F# E

Then for the second part of the bridge, go F# E C#(x46600) B and start
the next chorus from there. It sounds good to me.


BobbyB - 2004-05-17

I think you have the bridge wrong.

I also think if you play an A2(002200) in the verses it would sound better.

What I here on the bridge is B - F#m coming out of the chorus then D - A2 - E for first line of bridge and D - A2 - C#m - D then back to chorus.


Marnello - 2004-05-19

Now that I finally have the CD, I must say all the other peoples corrections
are correct, includung the bridge and the way to play the E. However, I think
that the A can be played either way.


mrnorman - 2004-06-02

I've found it easier to place a capo 2 and play A, Em, G, D relative to it for the verses and chorus. The bridge is something to the effect of C G D C G D C. May or not be right, but it's close and easy


doulosbarry - 2004-06-03

For the chords in the verses, it seems to me that instead of just A, it'd be better to use Amaj7 (2 beats), then A6 (2 beats). If you're gonna capo it, then it'd be Gmaj7 and G6. And also, instead of just E, E2 (capo, D2). I don't know. Try it out and tell me what ya's think.


one_piano_girl - 2004-06-07

Verse:
B F#m7 A2 E

Chorus:
B F#m7 A2 E

Bridge:
D A2 E
D A2 C#m7 D


robbygtr - 2004-06-10

one piano girl is right. trust me.


NewGuitarist125 - 2004-07-29

I agree with mrnorman, with the A, Em, G, D progression... 'cept I don't capo 2: I just do it without a capo. Still sounds good, I think. To each his own.


godsguitargrrl - 2004-08-24

Correct chords:

Verses and chorus: B F# A E

Bridge: D A E
D A Db D


If you want me to send it to you w/ lyrics, email me. godsguitargrrl@yahoo.com


norbi - 2004-09-07

i have no idea which are the right chords but i love you guys all!


Marnello - 2004-09-22

I am glad you guys are so concerned about getting this tab right!


mcds - 2004-10-05

One pianogirl you're right that's how it goes.


Marnello - 2004-10-11

I will tell ya'll whats up here. The song rocks as follows:

B (power chord)
A/F#
A
E

That replaces the gist of the song. the Bridge stays as is.


matt j t - 2004-12-14

I totally agree with one_piano_girl and robbygtr!!!!!!!!!!!!


rodney000 - 2005-04-30

dude i play it like this:

Chorus/Verse--

D Am C G

Bridge--

F C G G
F C Em F

I love yall and so does jesus
rock and reggae on forever
peace and god bless


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