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Heavens A Lie Acoustic Chords

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Title - Heaven's A Lie - Acoustic version


Artist - Lacuna Coil


Tabbed by: Diego (diego_75@virgilio.it)


N.B.I wrote this while watching the video but some chords name could be incorrect
(I'm not a pro :P). This is only the base guitar (you can sing over this). Also
notice that in some verse the chords are played with arpeggio (or something like
that), anyway the sound is good with normal chords. For any correction please send
me a mail :)
	




Tuning - Standard




Intro:	Em   C   Asus2   G   D
	Em   C   Asus2   G   G*



Em  C
Oh no,

Asus2        G     D
here it is again

   Em       C
I need to know

             Asus2     G    G*
when I will fall to decay




Em          C
Something wrong

            Asus2       G    D
with every plan of my life

Em     C                   Asus2          G    G*
I didn't really notice that you've been here




     alternate Em/B* - Em/B
Ehi yeahhhh

     alternate Em/B* - Em/B
Dolefully desired

     alternate Em/B* - Em/B
Destiny of a lie




Em      C
Set me free

       Asus2    G    D
your heaven's lie

Em      C              Asus2
set me free with you love

         G    G*
set me free




Em      C
Set me free

       Asus2    G    D
your heaven's lie

Em      C              Asus2
set me free with you love

         G    G*
set me free




interlude alternate Em/B* - Em/B




Em  C
Oh no,

Asus2        G     D
here it is again

   Em       C
I need to know

             Asus2     G    G*
why did I choose to betray you




Em          C
Something wrong

            Asus2          G    D
with all the plans of my life

Em     C              Asus2         G    G*
I didn't realize that you've been here




alternate Em/B* - Em/B
Ehi yeahhhh

     alternate Em/B* - Em/B
Dolefully desired

     alternate Em/B* - Em/B
Destiny of a lie




Em      C
Set me free

       Asus2    G    D
your heaven's lie

Em      C              Asus2
set me free with you love

         G    G*
set me free




Em      C
Set me free

       Asus2    G    D
your heaven's lie

Em      C              Asus2
set me free with you love

         G    G*
set me free




interlude alternate Em/B* - Em/B




Em      C
Set me free

       Asus2    G    D
your heaven's lie

Em      C              Asus2
set me free with you love

         G    G*
set me free




Em      C
Set me free

       Asus2    G    D
your heaven's lie

Em      C              Asus2
set me free with you love

         G    G*
set me free




Em      C
Set me free

       Asus2    G    D
your heaven's lie

Em      C              Asus2
set me free with you love

         G    G*    Em
set me free




Chords:
Em	022000
C	032010
Asus2	002200
G	320003
D	000232
G*	2000xx
Em/B	779987
Em/B*	779977
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Kibakichi wrote on April 23 2006, 02:10 pm

the Em/B sounds wrong, but overall it's pretty good. Works on electric too.

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nzstanton wrote on July 23 2007, 04:36 pm

I think the interlude is wrong too. It sounds funny, but I'd assume it's closer than what I hear. I've gotten to the point that I just play the chord sequence over the interlude.

Also, instead of playing the D chord, try playing E--3-2-- and then reverting back to the Em chord. Both work really well and sound great.

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oneal08 wrote on June 12 2008, 10:46 am

the Em/B chords totally throw the song off. but other than that, the chords sound exactly like the actual song. instead of playing G*, just play D, it sounds like the right chord, and plus it's easier to play. 5/5.

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