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Also Frightened chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Finding the right chords was easy (I think the three previous version were made by deaf 
people), but the synchronisation between the rhythm of the bass and the singing is a 
little bit hard.
It took me 2 hours. Although you can forget the rhythm, I'll represent it with little dots.
Have fun.


Em                G           F
.    .            . .         . . .
Venturing our way into the dark
               G                        C
      .  .     .   .         .   .       . . .   . .
Where we can slip, one takes one by the hand

Em             G        F
.    .         .  .     . . .      . .
Let them crawl into the logs that dam
G                              C
.      .          .   .         . . .   . .
Brown changed the hue of their pants


Em          G               F
  .  .       .   .           .  .  .       . .
Excited and screamin' their voices go wild
    G                          C
     .    .           . .      .  .   .     .
And rise with the birds mating up in the pines
        Em              G
.       .  .            . .
Down to puddles that breathe,
F
.  .    .    . .
covered by leaves
     G                                C
     .   .            .      .         . . .   . .
With mud they'll make prints on their backs


(G)
But How?


G          F                  C
Will it be just like they're dreaming?
G          F             C
Will it be just like I'm dreaming?
G          F                  C
Will it be just like they're dreaming?
G          F             C
Will it be just like I'm dreaming?


(G)
But How?


Em          G             F
.   .       .    .         . . .     .  .
If they're awake till the dawn, well we won't

G                             C
.    .         .     .        . . .    . .
Fret that they don't have our eye

    Em          G          F
     .     .    .   .      . . .         . .
The ghosts came crowding around and then I

G                             C
.     .          .    .        . . .    .
Woke, you slept there on your side

         Em          G              F
.        .   .       .  .           .    .   .      . .
From our window, two lanterns draw signs on the night

G                           C
    .     .       .  .       .     .    .     . .
And light our two shadows, I watch with delight

       Em           G     F
       .    .       . .   .   .    .      . .
Will I want them to be    who they will be

   G                       C
   .  .       .    .       . . .    . .
Or to be more like their dad?


(G)
But How?


G          F                  C
Will it be just like they're dreaming?
G          F             C
Will it be just like I'm dreaming?
G          F                  C
Will it be just like they're dreaming?
G          F             C
Will it be just like I'm dreaming?


(G)
But How?



      Em     G   C
When influence is threatened
Em     G      C
Maybe I should let them
Em     G       C
Maybe we should let them
Em      G   C
And I have a question:

F            Dm
Are you also frightened?
G            C
Are you also frightened?
F            Dm
Are you also frightened?
G            C
Are you also frightened?

F            Dm
Are you also frightened?
G            C
Are you also frightened?
F            Dm
Are you also frightened?
G            C
Are you also frightened?

(G)
But How?

G             F          C
No one should call you a dreamer
G             F          C
No one should call you a dreamer
G             F          C
No one should call you a dreamer
G             F          C
No one should call you a dreamer

G
Not now!

            
            
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jon.massmann.3 10 Nov 30, 2015 02:39 PM

Entirely wrong. The song is clearly in G, and there's nothing in the first chord that matches Em. You can even hear it in the bass notes. No idea how this got rated well, talk about "tone deaf".

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jon.massmann.3 10 Nov 30, 2015 02:42 PM

Very off. The song is clearly in G, and there's nothing in the first chord that matches Em. I don't think there's ever an Em. You can even hear it in the bass notes. The verse is G-F-C. If you were going to work in Em, you couuld between the F and C in there. Chorus is G-C.

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jon.massmann.3 10 Nov 30, 2015 02:43 PM

Very off. The song is clearly in G, and there's nothing in the first chord that matches Em. I don't think there's ever an Em. You can even hear it in the bass notes. The verse is G-F-C. If you were going to work in Em, you couuld between the F and C in there. Chorus is G-C.

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