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In Your Atmosphere
*note:           The launching point for this tab was
                 an earlier version of the song, you can
                 find it here: http://www3.sympatico.ca/g403z/iya.txt


Tuning: E B E F# B E


[Intro/Verse]

e-------*12*--------------------|
b-------*12*-----------0h4v-----|
f#-----0----(0)--0----(0)---0---|
e-------0----------0h2----------|
b-------------------------------|
e-----0--------5----------------|

Occasionally he'll play this:

e-------*12*-----------0h4v-(0)-|
b-------*12*----------(0)-------|
f#-----0----(0)--0--------------|
e-------0----------0h2----------|
b-------------------------------|
e-----0--------5----------------|

"Race to your door..."
"of your bedroom neighborhood..."
"I love you, take a ride..."

e----0---0---0--- ---0---0---|
b----0---0---0--- ---0---0---|
f#--10---9---3--- ---5---7---|
e----9---7---2--- ---5---7---|
b----x---x---x--- ---x---x---|
e----9---7---2--- ---5---7---|


[Interlude I] (between first and second verse)

***note:  there are two beats happening here,
          watch this video to get a handle on the rhythm (0:40 in, just the first part):
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5Oo3W_daT0

e-----*12*---- ----5-5-5--5--5--5--4-4--4------------------------------------|
b-----*12*---- ----7-7-7--7--7--7--5-5--5------------------------------------|
f#---0----(0)- ------------------------------7-7-7---7--7--7--5-5--5---------|
e-----0------- ------------------------------5-5-5---5--5--5--4-4--4---------| (x2)
b------------- --------------------------------------------------------------|
e---0--------- --5--------------0--------5-----------------0---------5-------|


[First chorus]

e---0---0---0----------0----0---0---0--0---0--0--- ---0--0---|
b---0---0---0----------0----0---0---0--0---0--0--- ---0--0---|
f#--3--10---9----------5---10---9---5--7---5--7--- ---7--9---|
e---2---9---7----------4----9---7---4--5---4--5--- ---5--7---|
b---x---x---x---(x3)---x----x---x---x--x---x--x--- ---x--x---|
e---2---9---7----------4----9---7---4--5---4--5--- ---5--7---|


[Interlude II] (2:00, between Chorus 1 and Verse 3)

e-----------------------------------------------------------x--x-x----x-x---|
b---5--7--9---12--10---5----------5--7--9---12--10---14---4h5--4-4--4h5-5---|
f#--0--0--0----0---0---0----------0--0--0----0---0----0-----0--0-0----0-0---|
e---0--0--0----x---x---x---(x2)---0--0--0----x---x----x-----0--0-0----0-0---|
b---x--x--x----x---x---x----------x--x--x----x---x----x-----x--x-x----x-x---|
e---0---------10---9---5----------0---------10---9---12-----5--5-5----5-5---|


[Second chorus]

e---0---0---0----------0---0---0---       ---0--0--0--0----------|
b---0---0---0----------0---0---0---       ---0--0--0--0----------|
f#--3--10---9----------5--10---9---       ---5--7--5--7----------|
e---2---9---7----------4---9---7--- (x2)  ---4--5--4--5--(...)---|
b---x---x---x---(x3)---x---x---x---       ---x--x--x--x----------|
e---2---9---7----------4---9---7---       ---4--5--4--5----------|


"Wherever I go..."
"Wherever You go..."              (easier version, if you can't manage the
                                   stretch to the 4th fret on the low e string)

e-----x---x---x---x---            e-----x---x---x---x---|
b-----0---0---0---0---            b-----4---4---4---4---|
f#----9---9---9---9---            f#----5---5---5---5---|
e-----7---7---7---7---            e-----0---0---0---0---|
b-----x---x---4---5---            b-----0---x---4---5---|
e-----7---4---0---0---            e-----x---4---x---x---|


I don't think I'm gonna go to LA anymore
I don't think I'm gonna go to LA anymore
I don't know what it's like to land
And not race to your door
I don't think I'm gonna go to LA anymore

I don't think I'm gonna go to LA anymore
I'm not sure that I ever really could
Hold on to your hotel key
of your bedroom neighborhood
We're sleep walkin' in Hollywood

I'm gonna steer clear
I burn up in your atmosphere
I'm gonna steer clear
Cause I'd die if I saw you
I'd die if I didn't see you there
So I don't think I'm gonna go to LA anymore

I don't think I'm gonna go to LA anymore
I get lost on the boulevard at night
Without your voice to tell me
"I love you, take a ride"
The ten and the two is the loneliest sight

I'm gonna steer clear
I burn up in your atmosphere
I'm gonna steer clear
Cause I'd die if I saw you
I'd die if I didn't see you
I'm gonna steer clear, oh yeah
I burn up in your atmosphere
I'm gonna steer clear
Cause I'd die if I saw you
I'd die if I didn't see you there
See you there

I think I'm gonna stay, gonna stay...
All the street lights say nevermind, nevermind
All the canyon lines say nevermind
Sunset says we see this all the time
Nevermind, never you mind..

Wherever I go
Whatever I do
I wonder where I am
In my relationship to you

Wherever you go
Wherever you are
I watch your life play out (2nd time says: "I watch that pretty life of yours")
In pictures from afar

Ooo Ooooo...



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| x    Dead note
| (n)  Ghost note
| h    Hammer-on

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About the artist behind In Your Atmosphere:

John Clayton Mayer (surname pronunciation: /ˈmeɪ.jɜr/[1]) (born October 16, 1977) is an American singer-songwriter. Originally from Connecticut, he attended Berklee College of Music before moving to Atlanta, Georgia, in 1998, where he refined his skills and gained a following. His first two studio albums, Room for Squares and Heavier Things, did well commercially, achieving multi-platinum status. In 2003, he won a Best Male Pop Vocal Performance Grammy for "Your Body Is a Wonderland".

Mayer began his career performing mainly acoustic rock and pop, but gradually began a transition towards the blues genre in 2005 by collaborating with renowned blues artists such as B. B. King and Eric Clapton, and by forming the John Mayer Trio. The blues influence can be heard on his album Continuum, released in September 2006. At the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in 2007 Mayer won Best Pop Vocal Album for Continuum and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Waiting on the World to Change". Mayer's career pursuits have extended to stand-up comedy, design, and writing; he has written pieces for magazines, most notably for Esquire. He is also involved in philanthropic activities through his "Back to You" fund and his concern over global warming.

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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