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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
I was pretty surprised that nobody was able to figure out how to play this song 
properly here on Ultimate Guitar.
I decided I would tab out the way I transcribed it. This sounds more accurate than 
any other tab on on here.

Standard Tuning with capo on the first fret

Intro:  F Am Dm C Bb

        F                                    
I don't remember the moment I tried to forget
  Am
I lost myself; Is it better not said?
         Dm    C      Bb
Now I'm closer to the edge


          F
It was a thousand to one, and a million to two
        Am
Time to go down in flames, and I'm taking you
Dm     C      Bb
Closer to the edge


(Chorus x2)
            F          Am
No, I'm not saying I'm sorry
    Dm           C        Bb
One day, maybe we'll meet again

(End of Chorus)

No No No No

(Second verse is the same as the first)

Can you can you can you
        F
Can you imagine a time where the truth ran free?
    Am
The birth of a sun, the death of a dream
Dm     C      Bb
Closer to the edge

F
This never ending story
Am
Paid for with pride and fate
Dm          C
We all fall short of glory
Bb
Lost in our fate

(CHORUS x2)

No No No No

(For this part the chords used are F C Bb, just listen for timing)

No No No No
I will never forget
No No
I will never regret
No No
I will live my life

(x2)


            F          Am
No, I'm not saying I'm sorry
    Dm           C        Bb
One day, maybe we'll meet again (No No)
            F         Am
No I'm not saying I'm sorry
    Dm            C        Bb
One day, maybe we'll meet again (No No No No)
F             Am
Closer to the edge
Dm      C     Bb
Closer to the edge

No No No No
F             Am
Closer to the edge
Dm     C      Bb
Closer to the edge

No No No No

F Am Dm     C      Bb
     Closer to the edge

End on F

            
            
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dominykas.nescadimas 10 Nov 03, 2016 10:01 AM

bullshit. It isnt write man

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spowell71 10 Dec 03, 2016 10:33 AM, edited at 03:59 pm

sorry, let me correct myself. I did not see his statement about "capo on the first fret" . My original comments assumed NO CAPO!

If capo is on the 1st fret & one is only playing power & bar chords (no open chords) then I think its a legit way to play the song and goes to may statement "Personally, I think it sound best in key of F# (i.e. drop down 1/2 step)". That said, why the capo - If one is only playing power & bar chords then I don't get what adding a CAPO into the mix gets you.

If you are using open chords to play F Am Dm C Bb then that will not sound right - especially when Jared is palm muting during the verses.

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