U2

U2
Ground Beneath Her Feet (Guitar tab)

U2 � The Ground Beneath Her Feet
(Words by S. Rushdi)

From the soundtrack to the Million Dollar Hotel.

Tabbed by Mark Jones 15/10/00.

This is my interpretation of the song based on Bono and The Edge's
acoustic performance on TFI Friday on St. Patricks Day 2000.

The chords required are:

Bm : 799777
F#m : 244222
G : 355433
A : 577655

This chord progression is used throughout the intro and verses:
Bm F#m G A

For the intro and first two verses I use this picking:

Bm F#m G A
E|-7--------0-|-2--------0-|-3--------0-|-5--------0-|
A|---9--------|---4--------|---5--------|---7--------|
D|-------9----|-------4----|-------5----|-------7----|
G|-------7----|-------2----|-------4----|-------6----|
B|-------7----|-------2----|-------3----|-------5----|
E|-------7----|-------2----|-------3----|-------5----|
^
On these bits start with the E string
And strum up towards the D.

And now for the song:

Verse 1: (pick chords)
Bm F#m G A
All my life I worshipped her
Bm F#m G A
Her golden voice, her beauties beat
Bm F#m G A
How she made us feel how she made me real

Chorus: (strum chords)
G F#m
And the ground beneath her feet
G A
And the ground beneath her feet

Verse 2: (pick chords � lyric structure slightly more complicated)
Bm F#m G A Bm
Now I can't be sure, be sure of anything
F#m G A Bm
Black is white and cold is heat
F#m G A Bm F#m
For what I worshipped stole my love away

Chorus: (strum chords)
G F#m
It was the ground beneath her feet
G A
It was the ground beneath her feet

Middle 8: (Strum chords from here on in)
Bm F#m G A
Go lightly down your darkened way
Bm F#m G A
Go lightly on the ground
Bm F#m G A
I'll be down there in another day
G A
I won't rest until your found

Play middle 8 again, but replace words by do do do's

Outro:

Bm (strum once)
Let me love you
A (strum once)
Let me rescue you
G A
Let me take where two roads meet
Bm
And I'll come back above
A G F#m
when there is only love
G F#m
Only love
G A
Only love
Bm (strum once to end)
Only love



Hope you enjoy it. There are mp3's available on the web if you can't
get the timings (try www.zoonation.com as a starting point)

Cheers,

Mark ;-)

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