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Ode to my Family  Cranberries

U[C]ndersta[Am]nd the things I s[Em]ay, Don't t[F]urn away from m[C]e
[C]Cos I spent h[Am]alf my life out t[Em]here, you wo[F]uldn't disagre[C]e
[C]D'you see me[Am], d'you see,do you l[Em]ike me,do you li[F]ke me standing t[C]here
[C]D'you notice[Am], d'you know, do you[Em] see me, do you [F]see me
Does anyone care?[C]
Chorus (same chords)
Unhappiness was when I was young and we didn't give a damn
Cos we were raised to see life as fun and take it if you can
My mother, my mother she'd hold me, she'd hold me when I was out there
My father, my father he liked me, he liked me - does anyone care?

Understand what I've become, it wasn't my design
Some people everywhere think something better than I am
I miss you, I miss- cos I liked it, cos I liked it when I was out there
D'you know this, D'you know, you did not find me
You did not find - does anyone care

[C] - does anyone care[Am]
Does anyone ca[Em]re, does anyone ca[F]re
Do do-do do, do do-do do, do do-do do, do do-do do

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backinpink65 (report)

There are actually 2 guitars to this song: the one that is strumming is playing the D-Bm-F#m-G progression. The guitar that is picking is on capo 2 and is playing C-Am-Em-F.
The picking sequence is the same throughout the song. The strings you pick are: 2-3-4-2-3-4-2
The guitarist also does a hammer on thing on the F with the middle finger that hammers on to the 2nd fret 3rd string. I cannot tab very well so please excuse the wordy explanation. This is just kind of a guideline, hopefully you can fine tune it by listening to the song.

tracelaw (report)

Hey - The progression actually ends in an Asus4 and not a second D chord. I'm not good at tab writing but it should look like:
e ---3
b ---3
g -2--
d -2--