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I can only play the guitar, and my chord knowledge is limited. But anyway, this is my interpretation (thanks for the lyrics the_escapist ++):


Chords used:
Em7:    022033
C:      x32010
G:      320033
D:      xx0232
Dadd11: 200033
Dsus4:  xx0233
D5:     xx0235
Cadd9:  x32033
G/B:    x20033
Em:     022000
Bm:     x24432

Em7 C G D (x2)

Em7              C           G
Just because I'm losing

       D        Em7         C     G
Doesn't mean I'm lost

       D         Em7        C     G
Doesn't mean I'll stop

       D            Em7     C     G      D  
Doesn't mean I would cross

Just because I'm hurting
Doesn't mean I'm hurt
Doesn't mean I didn't get
What I deserved
No better and no worse

 G     Dadd11  D       Dsus4  D5
I just  got     lost

                  Cadd9 G/B D        Dsus4  D5
Every river that I tried to  cross

                  Cadd9 G/B D 
Every door I ever  tried was locked

Ohhh and I'm...

    G/B                           D
Just waiting 'til the shine wears off

You might be a big fish
In a little pond
Doesn't mean you've won
'Cause a lonely con
A bigger one

And you'll be lost
Every river that you tried to cross
Every gun you ever held went off
Ohhh and I'm...
Just waiting until the firing stopped
Ohhh and I'm...
Just waiting 'til the shine wears off

  Em          C           D           Bm
B|-------------------------------------------------| x4

Ohhh and I...
Just waiting 'til the shine wears off
Ohhh and I..
Just waiting 'til the shine wears off

Em7 C G D

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Puzzling's chords look really good. I tried it out on the piano (without the 7th on the Em, and playing the G chord in the 1st inversion) and it sounds just great, especially the solo. I have a good feeling Jonny's gonna play that same tab on guitar in the album version, hopefully tremolo picking!


Oh, and in case someone asks, during the "oh, and I'm...." chris plays C-G-E-B and then B-D-G-A.

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Thanks for the comments.


Yes, the Em7 I put in the verse may well be replaced by Em, though I think the Em7's brighter sound fits better (at least on the guitar).


I added two chords to the chorus - Dsus4 and D5 (where the Dsus4 should only be strummed once and sound as a "bridge" between the D and the D5). Should spice things up a little.

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