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Im Yours Chords
As you can see (or not..) from watching the other tabs for this song, these tabs
and their form and order are copied because they are correct, so I have to give
credit to Anton Petersson for them.
The reason I tabbed them again is that you can't play the chords Anton brought
with a classical guitar so I changed them. 
Right here below you can find chords that you can play with a classical guitar.
That's about it.
Very nice song, I like it a lot.. 
Hope you'll enjoy it.

Original chords -

About the Fm chord - 
Actually I didn't know that a Fm chord can be also played as Anton brought it,
but it's no matter how you call it al long as sound good.
The problem is that the chord that Anton brought is on the 13th - 16th frets and
It's really hard to play on a classical guitar so I found myself (:D) an easier
way to play it and it does sound exactly the same.

So again I'll hope you'll enjoy it. Peace.

(Sorry for the bad English :| )

			     I'm Yours - Jason Mraz
Tabbed by: Anton Petersson 1/1-07
Email:[email protected]

Tuning:EADGBe - Standard

To do the"clicking"sound: gently lift your fingers from the fretboard of the guitar but
keep your finger in the position of the chord. then you will get this sound (use
a plectrum to
get more "clicking")

this is an example of how to play the chords.

y= gently lift your fingers and strum downwards (clickin sound)
x= gently lift your fungers and strum upwards (clicking sound)
    B                                               |*switch chord*

And this is what the other guitar (or if it is an ukulele) plays

B=     F# =       G#m=       E=     *Fm=     Ebm=
e|-7-|    e|-2-|   e|-4-|   e|-7-|  e|-x--|   e|-6-|
B|-7-|    B|-2-|   B|-4-|   B|-9-|  B|-x--|   B|-7-|
G|-8-|    G|-3-|   G|-4-|   G|-9-|  G|-10-|   G|-8-|
D|-9-|    D|-4-|   D|-6-|   D|-9-|  D|-9--|   D|-8-|
A|-9-|    A|-4-|   A|-6-|   A|-7-|  A|-8--|   A|-6-|
E|-7-|    E|-2-|   E|-4-|   E|-7-|  E|-7--|   E|-6-|

*(no click-sound on this chord)
Of course, you don't have to play this clicking sound just play the chords if you
find it hard to play

B-F#-G#m-E x2

Well you done done me and you bet I felt it
I tried to be chill but you're so hot that I melted
I fell right through the cracks
and now I'm trying to get back
Before the cool done run out I'll be giving it my bestest
Nothing's going to stop me but divine intervention
  G#m                           E
I reckon it's again my turn to win some or learn some

B             F#             G#m
I won't hesitate no more, no more
It cannot wait, I'm yours


Verse2 *same chords*
Well open up your mind and see like me
Open up your plans and damn you're free
Look into your heart and you'll find love love love
Listen to the music of the moment maybe sing with me
A la peaceful melodies

G#m                                      E                    Fm
     It's your God-forsaken right to be loved love loved love loved

*same chords*
So I won't hesitate no more, no more
It cannot wait I'm sure
There's no need to complicate
Our time is short
This is our fate, I'm yours

*Now he starts humming *

B / F# - G#m / Ebm - E - Fm x2

*From here on it's B-F#-G#m-E until the end of the song*

Jason Mraz - Im Yours Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Im Yours tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Im Yours Chords:

Jason Thomas Mraz (pronounced /'dʒeɪsən ˈɱɹæz/; born June 23, 1977) is an American singer-songwriter, born and raised in Mechanicsville, Virginia, a suburb of Richmond.[1]

Mraz is an eclectic artist with multiple and varied stylistic influences, including pop, rock, folk, jazz, country, and hip hop. He has played with various artists, including The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Dave Matthews Band, James Blunt, Gavin DeGraw, Paula Cole, John Popper, Alanis Morissette, The Ohio Players, Rachael Yamagata, Jewel and Colbie Caillat.[citation needed]

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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