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The whole song is basically acoustic chords played on overdriven guitar so I thought I'd 
a "chords" tab. This is the rhythm guitar only but sometimes (like during the verse) 
lead will play with it.

Chords used:
C - (x32010) G - (320003)
E - (022100) Am - (x02210)
F - (133211) G#5 - (4665xx)

Intro:
C G E Am F G C 
(x2)


1st Verse:

Am       E               F
   Don't want to fall in love when it's in front of us.

Am     E                   F
   Why can't we dream? Fantasize without compromise,

Am   E                     F
   A tear duct short of an alibi.

       G       E        Am            E
Please thaw me out, and brush me off.

F
Is love quite the fallacy,

Underneath the mystery?


Chorus:

C       G        E
So, you finally came,

      Am        F
Right out of my head,

    G       C    G#5
And into my arms

C         G            E
Now these feelings I know,

     Am         F
I'll never let go,

     G          C     G#5
I've beaten the game.


2nd Verse:

Am    E           F                           Am
   My alter ego's upstairs strung out on the couch.

  E               F
I need a touch of innocence, so comfortable.

Am     E                F
    So velvet lush and nectarous,

      G    E         Am       E
There is a price to pay for dreaming.

F
Is love an emergency?

Join in my perplexity!


[Chorus]


Solo:

Am E F Am E F Am FG E Am E F


[Chorus (x2)]


email: smash360@verizon.net
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valeoftears 10 wrote on March 18 2010, 01:58 am

thank you. i love it =). you wrote out an amazing tab. his singing is rough to mimic though.

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PacoTheCat 10 wrote on May 24 2010, 11:21 pm

Nice. If you get tired of holding that F for those pre-chorus lines, you can always play F for the first line and then Fm for the second line.

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