The Difference by Matchbox Twenty Guitar Chords

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You can play The Difference by Matchbox Twenty using guitar or guitar.
This song by Matchbox Twenty can also be played by that device.

The Difference guitar chords has swing and included in More Than You Think You Are (2002) album.
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The Difference by Matchbox Twenty Guitar Chords

Hey there, this is my first submission so go easy on me ) I’m not completely sure that this is 100% correct but it sounds good so who cares… great song by a great band!!

Intro: G,C,G,C,G,D,G

Verse 1:

Slow dancing on the boulevard in the quiet moments while the city’s

still dark. Sleepwalking through the summer rain in the tired spaces

you could hear her name.

When she was warm and tender and you held her arms around you there was

nothing but her love and affection she was crazy for you now she’s part

of something that you lost.

And for all you know This could be The difference between

what you need and what you want to be, girl what you want to be.


Verse 2:
Night swimming in her diamond dress making small circles move across the surface

Stand watching from the steady shore laying wide open and waiting for

something warm and tender while she’s moving further from you there was nothing

that could make it easy on you. Every step you take reminds you that she’s

walking on?


Every word you never said echoes down your empty hallway. Everything that

was your world just came down.

Verse 3:

Day breaking on the boulevard feel the sun warming up your secondhand heart.

Light swimming right across your face and you maybe someday yeah maybe someday.


There you go! Hope this is good enough for you all, enjoy! Sara xoxo


If you want to master Matchbox Twenty The Difference guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the 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 require tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is absolutely based on its major counterpart

The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play The Difference. Guitar is tough to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it.

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