Jason Mraz - Halfway Home chords

      
First I must say, it's sad that this song more famous than it is. I discovered it 
myself last summer, and fell in love with it. So I decided to learn it. First the 
tab, and then I wanted to play it with chords, just try to get the sound of it. 
I'm not sure if it's 100% correct, but it sounds ok in my ears.

What you need:
A guitar in standard tuning 
A capo placed on the 2nd fret

Strumming pattern: I use D-D-U-U-D 


If you listen to the song he quite often builds up from a Em to a G chord. So if you want to add that part, well he does is the following on your lowest E-string.E:|0-2-3 and then play the G-chord.
Feel free to correct me, send me a pm or leave a msg in the comments section and I'll try to fix the wrong part(s). I know the chordsplacements aren't 100% accurate, but I've done it by ear from the way I remember the song, so bare with me. ;) Oh, and FYI, I got the lyrics from a random site, and from what I've checked, he uses different lyrics on almost every recording I've heard. Not much I can do am I afraid : ) ----------------------------------------- Intro: G-B7-Em-C-G-B7-Em
G B7 Em C Well I used to walk along the opposite side of the road
G B7 Emand made others get out of my way
G B7 Em CI used to think that I could sit and wait for the times
G B7 Em but I know I should meet them halfway
Em C G B7I'm halfway home and I'm on my own
Em C G B7I'm halfway there and I don't care, I don't mind
Em C G B7I plan to leave here after supper time, that's when traffic is light, all I
Em C G B7 Emneed is a sign and I'll be alright. I'll be fine
G B7 Em CWell I used to think that i could just sleep and then I would dream
G B7 EmAnd everything it would just come to me
G B7 Em CUntil I woke one day without anything to eat
G B7 EmLying on the opposite side of the street
Em C G B7I'm halfway home and I'm still out on my own
Em C G B7I'm halfway there and I don't care, I don't mind
Em C GBecause it ain't my time not to stay or say
B7 Em C GWell I can't say, but you can bet that i will play my heart out
B7I'll won't lay.
G B7 Em CI used to think that I could just sit and wait for the times
G B7 EmBut I know I gotta meet them halfway
Em C G B7I'm halfway home I tried running with the flow
Em C G B7I'm halfway there. Ain't it funny how everybody seems to care
Em C G I planned to get there around supper time their serving up bread and wine
B7 Em C GAll I needed was a sign and I guess I'll be alright.
Em C G B7I'll be fine, I'll be fine, I'll be alright, I'll be alright.
Em C G B7It seems to be a running theme about being fine and alright but I don't mind.
Em C G B7I'll be fine
EmI'll be fine
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