Say Uke tab by John Mayer

8 Chords used in the song: d, dsus4, d7, g, bm, a, am, c

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Original tuning : +4.0 step(s) [ ? ]
Intro:
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D D7 D7 (x4)

Verse 1:
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D D7 D7
Take out all your wasted honour
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D D7 D7
Every little past frustration
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D D7 D7
Take all of your so called problems
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D D7 D7
Better put them in quotations


Chorus:
D D G G
Say what you need to say
Bm Bm A A
Say what you need to say
D D G G
Say what you need to say
Bm Bm A A
Say what you need to say


Intro (x4)


Verse 2:
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D D7 D7
Walking like a one man army
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D D7 D7
Fighting with the shadows in your head
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D D7 D7
Living on the same old moment
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D D7 D7
Knowing you'll be better off instead if you could only


Repeat Chorus:


Bridge:
Am Am C C D D
Have no fear for givin in
Am Am C C D D
Have no fear for givin all of it
Am Am C C D D
You better know that in the end
C C
Its better you say too much
D D
Than never to say what you need to say again


Intro (x4)


Verse 3:
D D Dsud4 D D D7 D7
Even if your hands are shaking
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D D7 D7
And your faith is breaking
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D D7 D7
Even as the eyes are closing
D D Dsus4 Dsus4 D D D7 D7
Do it with a heart wide open


Repeat chorus (fade out)

 

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About this song

"Say" is a song by John Mayer written for the Rob Reiner film The Bucket List in 2007. It was released as a single on November 20 and is the first commercial single in Mayer's career that was not originally released on one of his albums but added to the special edition re-release of his album Continuum. In the U.S. it has become the artist's highest charting single to date, reaching #12 on the Billboard Hot 100.