Keith Urban - Youll Think Of Me Text Guitar Tab

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Keith Urban
"You'll Think of Me"
Golden Road (2002)

[This is my first tab. I had help with the picking, but the chords are very very 
They can't be wrong.[

*This song is played with a capo on the second fret.
*All chords are in relation to the capo on fret 2.

^ = bend
h = hammer down
/ = slide
p = pull off
* = harmonic

       G                        D                   Em
E [------------3----------------------2------------------------0----------|
B [--------3----3-----------------3----3------------------0-----0---------|
G [---------0----0-----------------2----2------------------0-----0--------|
D [----------0-----------------0----0-----------------------2-------------|
A [---2---------------0h2--0----------------0h2----2----------------------|
E [-3-------------------------------------------0-------------------------|
E [-------------------------0---------------------|
B [-------------------1------1--------------------|
G [--------------------0------0------------0------|
D [-------------2-------2-----------0h2--0--------|
A [----------3------------------------------------|
E [---2h3-----------------------------------------|

The verse is basically the same picking pattern as in the intro
      but the chords start on an Em and its a little faster.

        Em                                   C(switch at \"4AM\"
E [------------------0------------------------------0----------------------|
B [-------------0-----0-----0----0---0----------1----1----1-----1---1------|
G [--------------0-----0-----0----0--------0----0-----0----0-----0---------|
D [-------2-------0-----------0----0-----2-------0----------0-----0--------|
A [----2-------------------------------3-----------------------------------|
E [--0---------------------------------------------------------------------|

       G(switch at \"with the\")    D(switch at \"interstate\")
E [---------------3-------------------------------2------------------------|
B [-----------3----3----3----3--3------3-----3-----3-----3-----3---3-------|
G [------------0----0----0----0------2--------2-----2-----2-----2----------|
D [-------------0---------0----0---0-----------0-----------0-----0---------|
A [----2-------------------------------------------------------------------|
E [--3---------------------------------------------------------------------|

Same picking pattern different chords.

       Am (switch at \"ever since\")    Em(switch at \"someone\")
E [----------------0-----------------------------------0-------------------|
B [-----------1-----1-----1-----1---1-------------0-----0-----0-----0--0---|
G [------2-----2-----2-----2-----2-----------------0-----0-----0-----0-----|
D [----2--------0-----------0-----0------------2----0-----------0-----0----|
A [--0---------------------------------------2-----------------------------|
E [----------------------------------------0-------------------------------|

         Ab (b=flat)(switch at \"someone elses\")
E [--------------1----------------------------1----------------|
B [-----------1----1----1-----1---1------1-----1----1----1---1-|
G [------------2----2-----2----2----------2-----2----2----2----|
D [------3------3----------3----3------3---3----------3----3---|
A [----3------------------------------3------------------------|
E [--1-------------------------------1-------------------------|

-Same chord series as the intro with the picking pattern
    of the verse. I like to lead into the next verse with the
    end of the intro on C (the 0h3 on D then G open)

-The Second chorus has a different ending and leads
    into the lyrics \"Someday I'm gonna run across your mind\"
  at the end of this chorus(listen to the song to find where im
    talking about) you go to a Ab on \"me\" with the same picking
    pattern as the verse then with the same pattern switch to Am
    on \"day\" in \"someday\", then switch to Em on \"mind\", then go
    to a D on \"fine\". repeat this same chord sequence the next
    time through, but at the end instead of going to a D go into
    a Ab on \"on with my life\".

The next chorus has a different sequence than the others
    I like to strum this part

 G                               D
So take your records take your freedom

 Em                       C
Take your memories I dont need em\'

     -Then it goes back into the normal picking pattern for the rest
     of the chorus. It continues this the rest of the way through.
     I like this song and its fairly easy to play and sing.
-If you have any questions give me a shout at