Anyone Else


Transposer


             Rhythm notes at the bottom.


MAIN RIFF
(original tuning; chord names are concert tuning.
 use chord shapes as if chords were transposed up 3 half-steps in standard tuning - first chord Em)

c#|-----------------|------------------|-----------------|-----------------|
G#|-----------------|------------------|-----------------|-----------------|
 E|-0---------------|----2---4---------|-4---------------|---4---10--------|
 B|-----------------|------------------|-----------------|-----------------|
F#|-----------------|------------------|-----------------|-----------------|
C#|-0---------------|----2---3---------|-3---------------|---3---8---------|
    1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +    1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +   1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +   1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +
    C#m                 B/D# E           E                   E   A

Alternative in standard:

e|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
B|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
G|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
D|-2---------------|---4---6---------|-6---------------|---6---11--------|
A|-4---------------|---6---7---------|-7---------------|---7---12--------|
E|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
   1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +   1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +   1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +   1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +
   C#m                B/D# E           E                   E   A


There are accent notes in the bass part later versions of the main riff, but the main chord stays the same.


ORDER: I V1 PC C1 INT1 V2 C2 INT2 B INT3 INT4 FC1 FC2 O


[INTRO]
C#m | C#m E/B |
E/B | E/B  A  |


[VERSE 1]
C#m          B/D#  E
Oh my blood, once was my own,
    E            E    A
But in one touch you made it yours.
     C#m            | C#m B/D# E                 | E | E   A |
What have you done?            what have you done?
C#m         B/D#  E
Yeah I know I    went and left you
E          E       A
all alone, please don’t think that
  C#m        | C#m B/D# E         | E  | E   A |
I let you go;           I never let  go.


[PRE-CHORUS]
       C#m                     | C#m B/D#    E
‘Cause I  could touch a hundred      thou - sand souls,
     E                      |E E     A
 But none of them would ever   feel like home.
     C#m                  | C#m B/D#  E
 And no matter how far and      wide I roam,
 E                       | E E A
 You’re the only one I’ll    ever know.


[CHORUS 1]
C#m               |  C#m B     E
I  don’t belong to a  -  ny - one else.
E                 |   E  E     A
I  don’t belong to  a -  ny - one else.
C#m               |  C#m B     E
I  don’t belong to a  -  ny - one else.
E                 |   E  E     A
I  don’t belong to  a -  ny - one else.


[INTERLUDE 1]
C#m | C#m  B/D# E  |
 E  | E    E    A  |
C#m | C#m  B/D# E  |
 E  | E    E    A  |


[VERSE 2]
C#m          B/D#  E
Oh my blood, once was my own,
    E            E    A
But in one touch you made it yours.
     C#m            | C#m B/D# E                 | E | E   A |
What have you done?            what have you done?
C#m            B/D#  E
My poor bones! Re - arrange them
   E              E     A
to fit your mold, hang me up
        C#m          B/D# E                    E    | E Emaj7/B  A  |
on your bedroom wall.    Now I can’t breathe at all.


[CHORUS 2]
C#m               |  C#m B/D#  E
I  don’t belong to a  -  ny - one else.
E                 |   E  E     A
I  don’t belong to  a -  ny - one else.
  C#m                  | C#m B/D# E
I know you only want me      to  yourself,
    E                 |   E  E     A
But I  don’t belong to  a -  ny - one else.


[INTERLUDE 2]
C#m | C#m  B/D# E  |
 E  | E    E    A  |
C#m | C#m  B/D# E  |
 E  | E    E    A  |


[BRIDGE]
(same words and chord progression as pre-chorus, but different melody and orchestration)
       C#m                     | C#m B/D#    E
‘Cause I  could touch a hundred      thou - sand souls,
     E                      |E E     A
 But none of them would ever   feel like home.
     C#m                  | C#m B/D#  E
 And no matter how far and      wide I roam,
 E                       | E E A
 You’re the only one I’ll    ever know.


[INTERLUDE 3]
C#m | C#m       E  |
 E                   | E  E/G# A      |
(You’re the only one I’ll e - ver know)

C#m          |
Oh, my blood,
                   | C#m     |              |
What have you done?      What have you done?


[INTERLUDE 4]
(half-time)
C#m | | |

C#m
I  don’t belong to anyone else.


[FINAL CHORUS 1]
(continue half-time)
C#m               |  C#m B     E
I  don’t belong to a  -  ny - one else.
E                 |   E  E     A
I  don’t belong to  a -  ny - one else.
C#m               |  C#m B     E
I  don’t belong to a  -  ny - one else.
E                 |   E  E     A
I  don’t belong to  a -  ny - one else.


[FINAL CHORUS 2]
(add descant and more instrumentation)
C#m               |  C#m B     E
I  don’t belong to a  -  ny - one else.
E                 |   E  E     A
I  don’t belong to  a -  ny - one else.
C#m               |  C#m B     E
I  don’t belong to a  -  ny - one else.
E                 |   E  E     A
I  don’t belong to  a -  ny - one else.

C#m | |


[OUTRO]
(harp + strings)
C#m |   | E | A |
C#m | E |   | A |
C#m |   | E | A |
C#m |   | E | A |
(fade)



********RHYTHM NOTES********
Much syncopation. Check here for a primer on the main rhythm:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtZ74JdxCt0
Visual notation of the rhythm vs. chords (explanation to why the third chord lags behind a bit):
http://imgur.com/LQjm50k
("-sand" starts on the e of 2, but the third chord starts on the and/+ of 2
 transposed to Am for clarity. Bass clef notes are and's, lower voice in treble line counts quarter notes)

1 e + a 2 e + a 3 e + a 4 e + a | 1 e + a 2 e + a 3 e + a 4 e + a | < beat
D   D U   U D   D U   U D   D U |   U D   D U   U D   D U D   D U | < strum direction
/                               |     /       /                   | < chord (/ = new chord)

(added the accented downstrum on the and of 2 in the second measure for the given strum pattern;
 allows for players to play the chord changes as well)


Overall rhythm counting primer (if lost with ands and e's): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spoA6dhKVIg
******END RHYTHM NOTES******
            

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