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How To Play "With or Without You" Piano Tutorial (U2)

Learn Piano From Me!: http://www.joeraciti.comVote For The Next Tutorial: http://www.facebook.com/FastPianoFollow me on Google+!: http://bit.ly/JoeRacitiGooglePlusMy Music!: http://bit.ly/RomanticSharkAttackT-Shirt Link: http://bit.ly/JoeRacitiTShirtsMy Website!: http://joeraciti.com/This song is really easy to learn. It's literally just four chords over and over again until you're blue in the face. The chord progression is: C, G, Amin, F. Use your ears to expand on what I show you here. The lyrics are printed below to help you to sing along and learn the song for yourself. Learning piano usually takes patience and practice but here's a song you can be playing in just a few minutes. I sincerely hope this piano lesson helps you. If you need something clarified or would like to suggest a song for me to teach, leave a comment or shoot me an email and I'll do the best I can.With Or Without You Lyrics:See the stone set in your eyesSee the thorn twist in your side.I wait for you.Sleight of hand and twist of fateOn a bed of nails she makes me waitAnd I wait without youWith or without youWith or without you.Through the storm, we reach the shoreYou gave it all but I want moreAnd I'm waiting for youWith or without youWith or without you.I can't live with or without you.And you give yourself awayAnd you give yourself awayAnd you give, and you giveAnd you give yourself away.My hands are tied, my body bruisedShe?s got me with nothing to winAnd nothing left to lose.And you give yourself awayAnd you give yourself awayAnd you give, and you giveAnd you give yourself away.With or without youWith or without youI can't liveWith or without you.With or without youWith or without youI can't liveWith or without youWith or without you.P.S. this video is shot on my new Kodak Zi8... isn't it sweet?
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