Bob Schneider – Come With Me Tonight tab

 TITLE: "Come With Me Tonight"
ARTIST: Bob Schneider
 ALBUM: I'm Good Now
Transcribed by Connor Roberts


These chords are all variations on the regular chords, but I will just put the standard
names like "Em" to avoid writing out long names like 

"Em(sus7)" everytime, etc....

Em G C D Asuse--0-- --0-- --0-- --0-- --0--B--3-- --3-- --3-- --3-- --3--G--0-- --0-- --0-- --2-- --2--D--2-- --0-- --2-- --0-- --2--A--2-- --2-- --3-- --x-- --0--E--0-- --3-- --0-- --x-- --0--
================================= INTRO: Em, G, C, D (4x - picking VERSE/INTRO RIFF)
VERSE/INTRO RIFF: (while holding down findering for each chord, just play string ordershow below) Em G C De--------x---------|-------x---------|-------x---------|-------x---------||B----------x-------|---------x-------|---------x-------|-----x---x-------||G------x-----x---x-|-----x-----x---x-|-----x-----x---x-|---x-------x---x-||D----x---------x---|---x---------x---|---x---------x---|-x-----------x---||A--x---------------|-----------------|-x---------------|-----------------||E------------------|-x---------------|-----------------|-----------------||
(At the end of the verses and chorus, just only play the first string-pick on the "D" note on the 4th string,or you can just strum the "D" lightly like a regular chord to close each verse/chorus since he goes silent in the song right before picking back up again) CHORUS: (Play the same intro/verse riff, or just strum the same chords - Em, G, C, D) - it sounds good with one guitar still picking the riff, while another strums each chord, kinda the same as how Bob does it) BRIDGE: Asus C We can lose ourselves, not find the way back home G D 'Till the whole world feels just like a Saturday night Asus C Not a care in the world, not a man underneath us G D (back to CHORUS) Floating through the air, high as a kite NOTES: I am pretty sure from this you should be able to figure out the song pretty well; if not them email me, cause I'm able to play it all the way thru just fine along with the CD. It is not a difficult song at all since it uses pretty standard chords and chord progression. If you are new to the guitar it may take a while to get down the fingering and all, but have fun, and if Bob is reading this right now, I hope I did a good job; you rock man! Keep up the good work.
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