If You’re Gone by Matchbox Twenty Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument If You’re Gone using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matchbox Twenty can also be played by that instruments.
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If You’re Gone chords has rhythm and included in Mad Season (2000) album.
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If You’re Gone by Matchbox Twenty Ukulele Chords


This song is very interesting the way that it’s played, but I think that I’ve finally
gotten it down pat. It’s played in 2 parts, either one played by itself sounds fine and
the 2 played together sounds pretty awesome. The first part is played in standard tuning
and is pretty much used through the entire song. The second part is played on an acoustic
guitar with a capo on the seventh (that’s right… 7th) fret. This part plays all of the
riffs and during the chorus. So all of the riffs dictated are done with the capoed guitar
and during the chorus and such using the capoed guitar will be dictated putting the chords
in (parenetheses) above the standard chord. It gets kind of confusing but just follow the
progression and you’ll get it.

Riff #1(capo) Riff#2(capo)


G-2----2---- D-0---0-----0--- ----------0----------
B--3--3----- G--2-2--2-2----- x5 ------------2---------
e---0------- B---3----3------ ---------------3--2-----

CHORDS (EADGBe):

A:x02220
Asus2:x02420
D:xx0232
G:320033
Em:022000
F#m:244222
Esus:022200
Dsus2:xx0230
D5:xx023X
Bm:xx4432

INTRO: Riff #1

VERSE#1:

I think I’ve already lost you, I think you’re already gone

I think I’m finally scared now, you think I'm weak

I think you’re wrong

I think you’re already leaving, feels like your hand is on the door

I thought this place was an empire, now I’m relaxed

I can’t be sure


(Riff2)------>

And I think you’re so mean, I think we should try

I think I could need this is my life and I think I’m scared
(end Riff2) (D5)
I think too much, I know it’s wrong it’s a problem I’m dealin’

CHORUS:
[(D)] [(G)][(D)]
If you’re gone, maybe it’s time to come home
[(Em)] [(A)][(D/Dsus2/D)]
There’s an awful lot of breathing room, but I can hardly move
[(D)] [(G)][(D)]
If you’re gone, baby you need to come home, come home
[(Em)] [(A)][(Dsus2)]
There’s a little bit of something in me and everything in you

BEFORE VERSE 2:

(Riff #1)
D, F#m, E, Dsus2

VERSE 2 (Same chord progression as verse 1)

I bet you’re hard to get over, I bet the room just won’t shine
I bet my hands I can stay here, and I bet you need more than you mind
And I think you’re so mean, I think we should try
I think I could need this in my life I think I’m just scared
That I know too much, I can’t relate and that’s a problem I’m feeling

CHORUS (Same as before)

only difference:

…and everything in…… you

BRIDGE:

A, D, A, Bm, E, A or capoed (D,G,D,Em,A,D)


(Riff2)--------->

I think you’re so mean, I think we should try

I think I could need this in my life and I think I’m scared
(End Riff2) (D5)
Do I talk too much? I know it’s wrong it’s a problem I’m dealing

CHORUS:
[(D)] [(G)][(D)]
If you’re gone, then maybe it’s time to come home
[(Em)] [(A)][(D)]
Well, there’s an awful lot of breathing room, but I can hardly move
[(G)][(D)]
You know, if you’re gone, hell, baby you need to come home, oh come home
[(Em)] [(A)]
There’s a little bit of something in me
(Riff1)—>
And everything in.….. you
[(D5)]
Something in me, everything in. Something in me, in you.

That’s the whole of it. Again you can use either of the tabs and it should
work, though it sounds really cool when the 2 are done together as in the song. Don’t forget
that the stuff in parentheses has a capo in the 7th fret.

To play the most songs, including If You’re Gone by Matchbox Twenty by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a many of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

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