Michelle Branch - Sweet Misery Chords & Tabs


Sweet Misery Chords & Tabs

Michelle Branch Chords & Tabs

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Sweet Misery Tab

Sweet Misery
(M. Branch)
From the album "The Spirit Room"
Transcribed by Colleen Plein (ThinknOfU3@aol.com)
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Chords:   C   G   Am   F      F
E         0   3    0   1  or  1
B         1   3    1   1      1
G         0   0    2   2      2  (the barred F is the one I use)
D         2   0    2   3      3
A         3   2    0   X      3
E         X   3    X   X      1

X - means don't strum that string

Intro:   C   G   Am   G

C            G
  I was lost   and you were found
Am                        G
   You seemed to stand on   solid ground
C            G
  I was weak   and you were strong
Am               G
   And me and my guitar we strummed along, oh

Acoustic lead riff:
    C            G            Am           G
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F       C          G
  Sweet misery you cause me
F                 C          G
  That's what you called me
F       C          G
  Sweet misery you cause me

Repeat Intro

I was blind but oh, how you could see
You saw the beauty in everything, everything and me
I would cry and you would smile
You'd stay with me a little while

Repeat Chorus

C        G       F       C             G        Am    G
  And my heart I see, oh   what you're doing to me
C        G          F       C              G            Am   G
  And in my heart I see, oh   just how you wanted it to be
      C         G     Am     G
Sweet misery

Interlude:   F   C   F   C   G   (2x)

Repeat chorus
Repeat bridge

I was weak, and you were strong
And me and my guitar we strummed along

-There it is!  A very simple song, but definitely one of my favorites
 on the album.  If you haven't be sure to check out my webpage for more MB
 at michellebranch.guitarmaven.com.  Feel free to e-mail me with any 
 questions, comments or suggestions you may have.  Enjoy!
			-Colleen Plein