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When You Come Back to Me Again  Garth Brooks

GARTH BROOKS - WHEN YOU COME BACK TO ME AGAIN
From the Movie FREQUENCY - NEW LINE CINEMA
Written By Garth Brooks and Jenny Yates
Transcription by Bahram ( BahramK@gmx.de )
Comments and questions welcome
 
 Intro : | C - - - | Am* - Am - | F - - - | G4 - - - |

Verse 1 : There's a [C]ship out, on the [Am]ocean
F G4___G
At the mercy of the sea
It's been t[C]ossed about, lost and [Am]broken
F G4___G
Wandering aimlessly
Bb6 Am7 G4___G
And God somehow you know that ship is me
Verse 2 : 'Cause there[C]'s a lighthouse, [Am]in the harbor
F G4___G
Shining faithfully
Pouring its l[C]ight out, across the [Am]water
F G4___G
For this sinking soul to see
Bb6 Am7 G4___G
That someone out there still believes in me
Refrain : On a [C]prayer, in a s[Am]ong
I hear your [F]voice and it keeps me hanging on[Dm] who[G]-hooh
Raining d[C]own, against the [Am]wind
I'm reaching o[F]ut 'til we reach the circle's e[Dm]nd
When you come b[G]ack to me a[F]gain[Dm] [G]
Verse 3 : There's a m[C]oment we all c[Am]ome to
F G4__G
In our own time and our own space
Where all that w[C]e've done, we can [Am]undo
F G4____G
If our heart's in the right pla___ce
Refrain : On a [C]prayer, in a s[Am]ong
I hear your [F]voice and it keeps me hanging on[Dm] who[G]-hooh
Raining d[C]own, against the [Am]wind
I'm reaching o[F]ut 'til we reach the circle's e[Dm]nd
When you come b[G]ack to me a[F]gain
Bridge : And ag[C]ain I see m[Dm]y yesterday's in fr[G]ont of me
Unf[F]olding like a m[C/E]ystery
 
 Dm C/E |G4 - - - | G - - - |

You're changing all that is and used to be
Key Change D! Bm
Refrain : On a prayer, in a song
I hear your [G]voice and it keeps me hanging on[Em] who[A]-hooh
Raining d[D]own, just the w[Bm]ind
I'm reaching o[G]ut 'til we reach the circle's [Em]end
When you come b[A]ack to me a[G]gain[Em]
When you come b[A]ack to me a____g[(D)]ain
 
 Outro : | D - - - | Bm - - - | C9 - G/B - | D - - - |

Additional Chords :
 
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Am* G4 Bb6 Am7 C/E Type1 C/E Type2 C9 G/B
 
 ex|--- e3|--x- e3|--x- e0|---- e0|---- e0|---- e3|--x- e3|--x-
 bx|--- b1|x--- b3|--x- b1|x--- b1|x--- b1|x--- b3|--x- b3|--x-
 g2|-x- g0|---- g3|--x- g0|---- g0|---- g0|---- g0|---- g0|----
 D2|-x- D0|---- D3|--x- D3|--x- D2|-x-- D2|--x- D2|-x-- D0|----
 A0|--- A2|-x-- A1|x--- A0|---- A3|--x- Ax|---- A3|--x- A2|-x--
 Ex|--- E3|--x- Ex|---- Ex|---- E0|---- Ex|---- Ex|---- Ex|----

The Am* is also used at the end of the verse 1 and 2 ( The Am Parts are all
Am* Am ), but it's not so important. It's just an interesting note for piano
players I guess.
Additional Picking :
 
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If you want it to sound like the piano in the song, then you have to do a
picking like this one here :
 
 e |------------------------|------------------------|
 b |--1-----1-----1-----1---|--------------1-----1---|
 g |--0-----0-----0-----0---|--2-----2-----2-----2---|
 D |--2-----2-----2-----2---|--2-----2-----2-----2---|
 A |--3--3-----3-----3-----3|--0--0-----0-----0-----0|
 E |------------------------|------------------------|

There's a ship out on the oc____________ean
 
 e |------------------------|------------------------|
 b |--1-----1-----1-----1---|--1-----1-----0-----0---|
 g |--2-----2-----2-----2---|--0-----0-----0-----0---|
 D |--3--3-----3-----3-----3|------------------------|
 A |------------------------|------------------------|
 E |------------------------|--3--3-----3-----3-----3|

As the mer_____cy of the se_________________a
But for guitar players I wouldn't recommend this picking. Better try a
standard finger- or flatpicking.
Additional Comments :
 
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I heard the song a few hours ago for the first time and said to myself that I
must be the one to transcribe it. :-)
Anyway ...... I'm pretty sure that the original Key of this Song was D and
not C ! For guitar players the song would sound much better in D ( especially
the Dm Chord is an octave to high, if you compare the guitar and the original
piano ). They must have decided to change the Key to C when they decided this
song to be a piano song.

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