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Life Is Wonderful Tab
Jason Mraz
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Following in the footsteps of my last tabs, I wanted to know how to play this song, so 
my tab. I tried my best, email me [email protected] and recomendations and I'll fix 
as fast as possible.

played 2 times, capo on second fret, all notes relevant to that (remember that the 
to the first time you play the verse is different than the second)

Verse 1:
e-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
b-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
g----------------------------------------6--------6--------6--------6---|
d------6--------6--------6--------6----6-6------6-6------6-6------6-6---|
a----6-6------6-6------6-6------6-6--4------2-4------2-4------2-4-------|
e--4------2-4------2-4------2-4-----------------------------------------|

e-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
b-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
g------9--------9--------9--------9-------------------------------------|
d----9-9------9-9------9-9------9-9--------9-------9-------9-------9----|
a--7------7-7------7-7------7-7----------9-9-----9-9-----9-9-----9-9----|
e------------------------------------7-7-----7-7-----7-7-----7-7--------|

First Ending

e-----
b-----
g-----
d--4--
a--4--
e--2--

Second Ending

e----------|
b----------|
g--------5-|
d------4---|
a----4-----|
e--2-------|


First Chorus:

played twice

e-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
b-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
g----------------------------------------6--------6--------6--------6---|
d------6--------6--------6--------6----6-6------6-6------6-6------6-6---|
a----6-6------6-6------6-6------6-6--4------2-4------2-4------2-4-------|
e--4------2-4------2-4------2-4-----------------------------------------|

e------------------------------------------------------------------------|
b------------------------------------------------------------------------|
g----------------------------------4--------4------4------4--------------|
d------4------4------4------4----4-4------4-4----4-4----4-4--------------|
a----4-4----4-4----4-4----4-4--2--------2------2------2------------------|
e--2------2------2------2------------------------------------------------|

Second time:

(you play the first part, but the change is in the last, so i didn't include the first part)

e--------------------|
b--------------------|
g----------------3---|
d------4------4--4---|
a----4-4----4-4--4---|
e--2------2------2---|

Chorus Outro:

Basically here he does some finger picked note progressions on this chord:

e-----
b-----
g--5--
d--6--
a--6--
e--4--

He plays this into the verse for the first portion of it and it goes back like the last 
except instead of the 1-2-3-strum pattern, he finger picks different notes in the chord. 
it plays out like this:

(i've written out the chords to be finger picked, not the exact notes, you can just 
the chords softly, or, be adventurous and find a cool picking pattern that sounds good with 
song.)

e---------------------------------------------------|
b--------------5--5--5--5--8--8--8--8---------------|
g--5--5--5--5--6--6--6--6--9--9--9--9--8--8--8--8---|
d--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--6--9--9--9--9--9--9--9--9---|
a--6--6--6--6--4--4--4--4--7--7--7--7--9--9--9--9---|
e--4--4--4--4--------------------------7--7--7--7---|

First Ending:

e-----
b-----
g--3--
d--4--
a--4--
e--2--

Same Verse (second time):

this is where a big change occurs. The chords stay the same, but instead of picking them 
using the 1-2-3-strum pattern, he plays each chord, lets it ring, then plays it again, 
let's it ring. Take into consideration, there is a large band with a base and drums and
possibly second guitar when he recorded this.

e---------------------------|
b--------5--5--8--8---------|
g--5--5--6--6--9--9--8--8---|
d--6--6--6--6--9--9--9--9---|
a--6--6--4--4--7--7--9--9---|
e--4--4--------------7--7---|

Bridge Thing:

(third verse really)

plays this first:


e--11-9-7-6--11-9-7-6---|
b-----------------------|
g-----------------------|
d-----------------------|
a-----------------------|
e-----------------------|

after this i'm not sure what he plays, when i play it, I generally just solo around with that.

I hope this helps, once again, please contact me with any suggestions, questions, and 
rate this, high if it deserves it.

Brad - [email protected]

 
 
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About the artist behind Life Is Wonderful Tab:

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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