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Deathbed Chords

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Chase Coy
"Deathbed"
Look How Far We've Come

Standard Tunning

ok, so, i know this dude plays with a capo,
but i dont have one, nor did i really find a reason to play with one,
at least for this song


Intro:
F#m
|------5----5----5-----|
|---7----7----7---7--7-|
|-----6---6----6---6---|
|-4--------------------|
|----------------------|
|----------------------|

D/F#m (im not even sure if thats the right name, but follow along with lyrics)
|------5----5----5-----|
|---7----7----7---7--7-|
|-----6---6----6---6---|
|-0--------------------|
|----------------------|
|----------------------|

Verse 
     F#m
In a hospital room 
    D/F#m
I'm struggling to stay awake 
    F#m                               D/F#m
And you, are laying on your deathbed, But you don't know it yet.
F#m                                   
It's all just a bit to much and so I 
D/F#m                          F#m
Step outside for just a moment. 
                  D/F#m
For just a moment. 


F#m                      D/F#m
I stare out a dirty window pane 
                   F#m
And listen to the rain  
                   D/F#m
Pours down and it covers Everything.

F#m
And masks the noise from all the
       D/F#m
Medical machinery
F#m         
I am left with the sound of your 
D/F#m
labor breathing.

Chorus
  A     E    F#m
|-5-| |---| |-5-|
|-5-| |-9-| |-7-|
|-6-| |-9-| |-6-|
|-7-| |-9-| |-4-|
|---| |-7-| |---|
|---| |---| |---|

A            E              F#m
But you are close to going home now.
A                    E        
Your father welcomes you with 
         F#m
Open arms.
A                       E
A room has been prepared
            F#m
And so you don't have to be scared
        A                 E
As you leave behind the struggles 
        F#m
Of this world.

Verse 2
(you should be able to figure out where
the chords go, if not, you need to listen closer
and louder)

The next day came with no improvments
Leaving you to explain 
These things take time. 
These things take time.
You told me you were ready and
You weren't afraid to die. 
He is always watching over you and I.

(Chorus)

on the "doo doo doots" part,
its basicly the chorus,
except with a hammer-on on the F#m chord
from the E to F# or for those who dont know the notes

 |-5---|
 |-5h7-|
 |-6---|
 |-4---|
 |-----|
 |-----|

Outro is the chorus but
with same arperggio pattern on the chords

|-----5-----------------------------5-----5-----5-------|
|--5----5---5-------9-----------6-----6-----6-----6--6--|
|----6----6-----9-----9---9-------7-----7-----7-----7---|
|-7---------------9-----9-----4-------------------------|
|--------------7----------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------|
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iRockGuitar95 wrote on October 18 2010, 04:07 pm

I'm pretty sure it'd be capo on the 4th fret while playing Dm for the intro and instead of playing F#m. The A sould be F but I'm not sure what the E would be. But I have to say this is a pretty good tab without the capo.

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iRockGuitar95 wrote on October 18 2010, 04:13 pm

Kay the E should be C, all with the Capo on 4th fret. (:

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middaysilence wrote on October 30 2010, 05:25 pm

right on :D i eventually got a capo and relearned it with one. ive been meaning to re-do this tab for capo, but im lazy

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