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I’m With You (Always)

Bones and All is a romantic/horror/road film directed by Luca Guadagnino (Call Me by Your Name). The film tells the story of two young cannibals, falling in love, and fleeing together on a road trip across the US. The Bones and All soundtrack actually has Trent Reznor playing A LOT of nylon-string fingerstyle guitar. The main motif is titled, I’m With You – with a few variations through the score.

From what I can tell, Trent Reznor is playing a 7 string classical (yes there is such a thing). There’s a low E, G, and D note – which is not even feasible with an alternate tuning. I had to create an arrangement for a 6 string guitar, but I still think it’s on point.

This piece is the I’m With You (Always) variation, but I added some elements from I’m With You – which is far more sophisticated to play. I think most folks will enjoy this version – as it’s much easier.

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The guitar tab for this arrangement is beautifully written across 3 pages. Although seemingly easy to play, I really recommend this piece for intermediate guitar players and up. Beginners can definitely give it a shot — as there’s no difficult chord shapes.

Enjoy, the guitar tab is available below:

You’ll play the entire arrangement 2x, stopping on page where it says END above the guitar tab.

**Bones and All: I’m With You (Always) | fingerstyle guitar

This piece is played in standard tuning.