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Bright Eyes
Capo on the 3rd fret. This is a live version, i don't know if it's different from the
studio version though. This isn't completely right but it sounds pretty good and is close.

E|-----------------------------------------|
B|-------2-------2------6-6----------------|
G|-------2-------2------4-4--4-6-4---------|
D|---------------------------------7-------|
A|--0---------0-----0-5----5---------------|
E|-----------0-----------------------------|

E|-----------------------------------------|
B|-------2-------2------6-6----------------|
G|-------2-------2------4-4---6-4----------|
D|---------------------------------7-------|
A|--0---------0-----0-5----5---------------|
E|-----------0-----------------------------|

E|-----------------------------------------|
B|-------2-------2------6-6----------------|
G|-------2-------2------4-4--4-6-4---------|
D|---------------------------------7-------|
A|--0---------0-----0-5----5---------------|
E|-----------0-----------------------------|

E|-----------------------------------------|
B|-------2-------2------6-6----------------|
G|-------2-------2------4-4---6-4----------|
D|---------------------------------7-------|
A|--0---------0-----0-5----5---------------|
E|-----------0-----------------------------|

E|-----------------------------------------|
B|-------2-------2------6-6----------------|
G|-------2-------2------4-4--4-6-4---------|
D|---------------------------------7-------|
A|--0---------0-----0-5----5---------------|
E|-----------0-----------------------------|

E|---------------------------0--------------|
B|-------2-------2------------0-------------|
G|-------2-------2------1------1------------|
D|------------------------2------2----------|
A|--0---------0-----0------2----------------|
E|-----------0--------0------------0-0-2-4--|

Then the actual words start and you mostly just repeat this for a while

E|-----------------------------------------|
B|-------2-------2------6-6---6-6----------|
G|-------2-------2------4-4---4-4----------|
D|-----------------------------------------|
A|--0---------0------5-----5------5--------|
E|-----------0-----------------------------|

Then the second verse repeats something like

E|-----------------------------------------|
B|-------2-------2------2----2-------------|
G|-------2-------2------2----2-------------|
D|-----------------------------------------|
A|--0--------0-0-----0 0------0-0---0------|
E|-----------------------------------------|

E|-----------------------------------------|
B|-------2-------2------2----2-------------|
G|-------2-------2------2----2-------------|
D|-----------------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------------|
E|---0-------0-0-----0-0------0-0---0------|

that ends with

E|-----------------------------------------|
B|-------2-------2-------------------------|
G|-------2-------2-------------------------|
D|-----------------------------------------|
A|-----------------------------------------|
E|---0-------0-0-----0-0--2--4-------------|

Then it goes back to this for a while

E|-----------------------------------------|
B|-------2-------2------6-6---6-6----------|
G|-------2-------2------4-4---4-4----------|
D|-----------------------------------------|
A|--0---------0------5-----5------5--------|
E|-----------0-----------------------------|

when he says "stored away in the corner of my heart" play the four high strings of Dm 
and then pauses

E|-----------------------------------------------|
B|-------2-------2------2----2---2-2---2-2--2----|
G|-------2-------2------2----2---2-2---2-2--2----|
D|-----------------------------------------------|
A|-------------0------0-----0--------------------|
E|---0-------0------0-----0----------------------|

then just kind of alternate plucking within the A chord and the Dm chord and I believe 
it ends on Dm.

Sorry this is scatter brained and confusing but from this you should be able to figure
out if you listen to the song and mess around with it :). its a beautiful song right?!
 
 
Jason Mraz - Bright Eyes :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Bright Eyes tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Bright Eyes:

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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