Never Be the Same in guitar acoustic version can be one of your favourite song. Not only enjoying the music but you can play “Never Be the Same by The Rubens” using guitar too. Yeah .. this song by can also be played by that device. But, before that, you must know its guitar chords.

If you are looking for Never Be the Same guitar chords, you have visit to the right web.

Yes, guitar is hard to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you practice, the smooth guitar will feel to play Never Be the Same music.

“Never Be the Same” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “” album.

Never Be the Same by The Rubens Guitar Chords

Since no ones made a tab yet, I thought I would. Did this by ear so feel free to post
any suggestions. Enjoy!

I play these as bar chords/power chords, but you can also chuck a capo on 3rd and play
it 3 half steps down.

Intro:
Cm , Eb , Fm , Eb
Eb, Fm, Ab, Eb

Verse:

[Cm]I fo[Eb]und m[Fm]yself that da[Eb]y
[Eb]There w[Fm]as no oth[Ab]er way[Eb]
[Cm]I’d [Eb]spent[Fm] some time awa[Eb]y
[Eb]I’d nev[Fm]er be the[Ab] same[Eb]

Instrumental:

[Cm] [Eb] [Fm] [Eb]
[Eb] [Fm] [Ab] [Eb]
Verse:

[Cm]I fin[Eb]ally[Fm] was a[Eb]wake
[Eb]Like [Fm]water t[Ab]o my fac[Eb]e
[Cm]I’d fi[Eb]nall[Fm]y found my [Eb]place
[Eb]I’d n[Fm]ever be[Ab] the sam[Eb]e x2

Bridge:

[Ab]It took something bad, to show me [Bb]what I had
[Ab]It took something sad, to remember[Bb] who I am

[Cm]Eb [Eb]Fm [Fm]Ab [Eb]Eb x2

Verse:

[Cm]I was [Eb]forc[Fm]ed to chang[Eb]e
[Eb]I’m no[Fm]t sure who[Ab] to than[Eb]k
[Cm]Yeah I[Eb] was[Fm] such a was[Eb]te
[Eb]I’d ne[Fm]ver be the[Ab] same [Eb] x2

Bridge:

[Ab]It took something bad, to show me [Bb]what I had
[Ab]It took something sad, to remember[Bb] who I am

Verse:

[Cm]I foun[Eb]d my[Fm]self that d[Eb]ay
[Eb]There [Fm]was no oth[Ab]er way[Eb]
[Cm]I’d sp[Eb]ent [Fm]some time a[Eb]way
[Eb]I’d ne[Fm]ver be the[Ab] same[Eb]

Outro: Eb Fm Ab Eb
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If you want to be master of The Rubens Never Be the Same guitar chords, you have to look at the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we take all major chords is that the minors of any of these chords only require tiny adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is entirely based on its major counterpart.

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