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Boys Gone
Sick song, I can't believe there are no tabs for it.  It sounds like he plays
 it with no capo, but if you're good enough to notice or care, you're 
probably good enough to transcribe this for yourself better than I have.

Db minor
Capo 4

Chord names are the actual chords, but I will diagram them relative to the
 capo (so an E chord is played with the C shape with the capo)

Chords Used:
   C#m7 B  E  G#7/C  F#sus4/Bb  A  G#7  E7
e|--0---3--0----0-------0-------1---0----0-|
B|--1---3--1----3-------3-------1---3----1-|
G|--0---0--0----4-------2-------2---1----3-|
D|--2---0--2----2-------0-------3---0----2-|
A|--0---2--3----x-------x-------3---2----3-|
E|------3-------4-------2-------1---0------|

-----Intro/Chorus-----

C#m7, B, E, G#7/C

C#m7    B
The boy's gone. 
           E        G#7/C
The boy's gone home.
          C#m7    B
The boy's gone. 
           E       
The boy's gone home.

-----Verse 1-----
C#m7        B
What will happen to a face in the 
  E                               G#7/C
Crowd when it finally gets too crowded?
C#m7             B
And what will happen to the origins of
  E                                G#7/C
Sound after all the sounds have sounded?

-----Prechorus-----
        C#m7                          G#7/C
Well I hope I never have to see that day
        B                     F#sus4/Bb         
But by God I know it's headed our way
              A      G#7
So I better be happy now that

-----Chorus-----
                C#m7     B
The boy's going home.
            E          G#7/C
The boy's gone home.

-----Verse 2-----   (Same as verse 1)
And what becomes of a day for 
Those who rage against it?
And who will sum up the phrase 
For all left standing around in it?

-----Prechorus/Chorus----- (Same)
Well I suppose we'll all make our judgement calls
We'll walk it alone, stand up tall, then march to the fall
So we better be happy now that

We'll all go home.
That we'll all go home.

Be so happy with the way you are
Just be happy that you made it this far
Go on be happy now.
Please be happy now.

-----Bridge-----
                     C#m7            E7       A      G#7
Because you say that this, this is something else (alright)
I say that this, this is something else (well alright)
I say that this, oh, this is something, this is something else
Oo thi-thi-thi-thi-this is all, thi-thi-thi-thi-this is yeah,
thi-thi thi-thi-thi-this is all something else

-----Chorus----- (Same same same)
Well I tried to live my life and lived it so well
But when it's all over is it heaven or is it hell
So I better be happy now that no one can tell, nobody knows
I'm gonna be happy with the way that I am
I'm gonna be happy with all that I stand for
I'm gonna be happy now because the boy's going home.

The boy's gone home.

Yeah the boy's gone home.
Yeah the boy's gone home.
Yeah the boy's gone home.




 
 
Jason Mraz - Boys Gone :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Boys Gone tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Boys Gone:

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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