What About Me in guitar acoustic version maybe one of the perfect music you loved. Not only hearing the song but you can play “What About Me by Keith Urban” using guitar too. Yes .. this song by can also be played by that instrument. But, before that, you must know its guitar chords.

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Yups, guitar is hard to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it. The more you practice, the smooth guitar will feel to play the song.

“What About Me” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Golden Road (2002)” album.

What About Me by Keith Urban Guitar Chords

Standard tuning, Capo 2nd fret.

My version of this tune played at Capo 2. To my ear, this sounds more like the chord voicings being used,
though I’ve never seen KU play this song. I’ve seen this tabbed in E but it feels too dark to me down
that low. Try this and see what you think.

For added flavor, especially if you play solo, try barring the B and G strings second fret behind the B
string third fret during the D5 chord and lifting the third fret to play sort of a Dsus2(maj7). This
mimicks the feel of the banjo line and adds a lot of texture to the long holds in the D5.
I play with a lot of palm muting to control the percusive feel of the song, then open it up to let it
breath at the start of the second verse where the snare and bass come in full. I also try to keep the
high E muted except in the full bar chords…it tends to ring out and fight the feel of
the song.

Watch for the last chord of the second chorus…it lands on Bm to start the lead section. There’s also a
walk up in the closing measures…see brackets…that’s played on single strings (E & A) and resolves
to the D5. Playing the full chords here gets a bit messy.

D5 XX023X
Asus2 XX022X
G 32003X
A X0222X
Em 02200X
[Bm] [224432]
[F#m] [244222]
Walk Up


Intro D5 G D5 G

[D5] I’m livin’ in a world that won’t stop [G]pullin’ on me,
[D5] I’m not complaining but it’s [G]true.
[D5] It’s like I owe my time to [G]everyone else,
‘Cause that’s [D5]all I seem to [G]do.

[D5] You might not notice but I [G]need a good friend,
[D5] Someone to talk to when I’m [G]down, down, down.
[D5] There’s so much on my mind that I [G]wanna get out,
But there’s [D5]no one a[G]round.

Someti[D5]mes I can’t help thinkin’ what about [G]me?
Some [D5]days go by that I don’t even [G]see.
Yeah I’m doing [D5]everything right and I can’t break [G]free.
Oh is [Em]this the way it’s [F#m]always gonna [G]be?
[A] What about [D5]me[G]

Well I’m [D5]dreamin’ I’m on a highway with the [G]windows down,
[D5] I’m burnin’ up the road at my own [G]speed.
But I’m [D5]stuck here goin’ nowhere in this [G]traffic jam,
And there’s a [D5]woman with her kids in the car next to [G]me…
And I swear she’s singin:

Some[D5]times I can’t help thinkin’ what about [G]me?
Some [D5]days go by that I don’t even [G]see.
Yeah I’m doing [D5]everything right and I can’t break [G]free.
Is [Em]this the way it’s[F#m] always gonna[G] be?
[A]Hey, what about [Bm]me?[G][Bm][Em][F#m][G]

Oh, some[D5]times I can’t help thinkin’ what about [G]me?
Some [D5]days go by that I don’t even [G]see.
I’m doing [D5]everything right and I can’t break [G]free.
Oh is [Em]this the way it’s[F#m] always gonna[G] be?
[A] What about [D5]me[G]
Ooo what about [D5]me?[G]
D5 G D5 G (E F# G A B C#) D5 G D5 G (to fade)
Hey what about me?

If you want to study Keith Urban What About Me guitar chords, you need to look at the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just lack tiny adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is perfectly based on its major counterpart.

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