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Human Nature Tab
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			     Human Nature- Michael Jackson
                               (as played by John Mayer)
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Tabbed by:MAGICtheREGGAE
Email:[email protected]

Tuning:Standard

I suggest listening to John Mayer performing this song while you're reading this tab.
that the more you slide to hit the notes in the intro the better it will sound. It also
it to come together if you can hit the strings with your thumb to the beat of the snare. 
really just follows the melody of the lyrics. Any comments or questions you can reach me
[email protected]

finger pick
e ---------2-----------------------------------------------------------------|
b -2/3-----3------5-----------------------------------3--2---4--4/2-4--------|
g -3/4------------6-----------2/4-2---------------2/4------------------------|
d -----------------------------------2/4-2-----------------------------------|
a -------------------------------------------------------0-------------------|
e -2/3------------5-----------2-2-2-----------3-----------------2---2----3---|


e ---------2---------------------------------------------------2-------------|
b -2/3-----3------5---3-3/2---------------------------3---5--------3---------|
g -3/4------------6-----------2/4-2---------------2/4------------------------|
d -----------------------------------2/4-2-----------------------------------|
a --------------------------------------------------------0------------------|
e -2/3------------5-----------2-2-2-----------3----------------2---3---------|


e -----------------5-----------------------------------------5--------------|
b -2--2/4-2----3---5--5------7--5--3--2------------------3---5--5----3--3-3-|
g -------------4------6------7--6--4--2--2/4-2-----------4------6-----------|
d ---------------------------------------------2/4-2------------------------|
a ---------------------------9-----0----------------------------------0-----|
e -------------3------5---------------2----------------2-3------5-----------|

e ------------------------5-----------------------------------------5------|
b /5-3----------------3---5--5------7--5--3--2------------------3---5--5---|
g -----4---2--2/4-2---4------6------7--6--4--2--2/4-2-----------4------6---|
d ----------------------------------------------------2/4-2----------------|
a ----------------------------------9-----0--------------------------------|
e ---------2--2-------3------5--------------------------------2-3------5---|


strum this
e -----------------------------------|
b 3--3-3/4-3--0--3--3-3/4-3--2-------|
g 0-----------0--0-----------0-------|
d 4-----------4--4-----------4-------|
a 0--------------0-----------0-------|
e ------------0--------------0-------|

That's the intro part where only the guitar plays. That's basically the whole song. This
part is where the band comes in if you got them. If you don't then you can still do it.
doesn't matter. It's basically a simpler version of the first part. Feel free to add 
flavor and add ons during this part to give it more your style.

slide down and up for this
e ---10---------------------10-----------------------|
b ------------10--10/9-10------------10--10/9-10-----|
g ---------------------------------------------------|
d ---------------------------------------------------|
a ---------------------------------------------------|
e ---------------------------------------------------|

e ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
b -----3-----------------------------3-2----------------3--------------------|
g -2/4----4/6~~---2/4-2----------2/4-----4-4/2-4~~--2/4---4/6~~--2/4-2-------|
d ----------------------2/4-2------------------------------------------2/4-2-|
a ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
e ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
b -----3-3/5~~~------3----------------------------3-2-----------------3------|
g -2/4-----~~~---2/4----4/6~~---2/4-2---------2/4-----4-4/2-4~~~--2/4---4/6--|
d ------------------------------------2/4-2----------------------------------|
a ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
e ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e ------------------------------------------------------2--------------------|
b -------------------3-3/5~~5/6~~~3-----------------------5-3-2-2/3-2--------|
g -2/4-2---------2/4-------------------2-2/4-2--4~~6~~----------------4-2--2-|
d -------2/4-2---------------------------------------------------------------|
a ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
e ---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e -------------------------------------------------------2--------------------|
b ~~------3-3-3/5-3------3-3-3/5---------------------------5-3-2-2/3-2--------|
g 4~~6~~------------4~~~---------4~~~---2-2/4-2--4~~6~~----------------4-2--2-|
d ----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
a ----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
e ----------------------------------------------------------------------------|

e ----------------------------------------------------|
b ----5------3-3-3/5-3------3-3-3/5-5/7-7~~-----------|
g 2/4---6~~------------4~~~---------------------------|
d ----------------------------------------------------|
a ----------------------------------------------------|
e ----------------------------------------------------|

Next he just goes up an octave. So just treat twelve as zero or open string.
For example: e --0--1--2--3---  and  e --12--13--14--15---- are the same notes they're
in a different octave. Make aure that this time around you add a lot more bends and stuff
give it some style. So just treat twelve as zero and you'll do the other part of the 
without having to read a whole other set of tabs.

After the second part
He does this again
slide down and up for this
e ---10---------------------10-----------------------|
b ------------10--10/9-10------------10--10/9-10-----|
g ---------------------------------------------------|
d ---------------------------------------------------|
a ---------------------------------------------------|
e ---------------------------------------------------|

then it goes
e ---8----------------------8------------------|
b ----------10--10/9-10------------10--10/9-10-|
g ---------------------------------------------|
g ---------------------------------------------|
d ---------------------------------------------|
a ---------------------------------------------|
e ---------------------------------------------|

After that he just riffs and solos. So just tear it up and end it how you want.

I hope this made sense and that you learned how to play a new song. Thanks for reading.
to start out a little slower then you can go faster once you get the hang of it. Have
and I'm sure you'll get it after a couple of tries. Later

Lyrics in case anybody wanted them

Looking out
Across the night-time
The city winks a sleepless eye
Hear her voice
Shake my window
Sweet seducing sighs

Get me out
Into the night-time
Four walls wont hold me tonight
If this town
Is just an apple
Then let me take a bite

Chorus
If they say -
Why, why, tell em that is human nature
Why, why, does he do me that way
If they say -
Why, why, tell em that is human nature
Why, why, does he do me that way

Reaching out
To touch a stranger
Electric eyes are evrywhere
See that girl
She knows Im watching
She likes the way I stare


If they say -
Why, why, tell em that is human nature
Why, why, does he do me that way
If they say -
Why, why, tell em that is human nature
Why, why, does he do me that way
I like livin this way
I like lovin this way
(instrumental section)

Looking out
Across the morning
The citys heart begins to beat
Reaching out
I touch her shoulder
Im dreaming of the street


If they say -
Why, why, tell em that is human nature
Why, why, does he do me that way
If they say -
Why, why, tell em that is human nature
Why, why, does he do me that way
I like livin this way

R.I.P Michael Jackson

 
 
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About the artist behind Human Nature Tab:

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.

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