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by Anouk
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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
First of all, this song is easy, if you play it my way. Even the if you never touched a guitar 
before you can play this song.

The next thing you need to remember:
Keep your 4th and 5th the whole song like this:

e--3----|
B--3----|
G-------|
D-------|
A-------|
E-------|

Keep it that way, and the song will be much easier.
SO, the song starts of with the G5 chord (I assume you know how to play that one). Then 
goes to the D/F# chord. I know this is a difficult one, but you can make it easier for 
self by playing it this way:

e--3---- (Little Finger--!)
B--3---- (Ring Finger----!)
G--2---- (Middle Finger--!)
D------------------------!)
A------------------------!)
E--2---- (Index Finger---!)

Then, the next chord is C9. This one actually looks like a G5!

e--3----|
B--3----|
G-------|
D--2----|
A--3----|
E-------|

The next thing is the 'riddle'.
You play trough the whole song like this:
First the E, than the D, G, B snair.
BUT at the C9 chord it's A,D,G,B.

Enough talking and explaining.

Anouk - Lost

[intro] 
G5    D/F#   C9    D/F#

[verse 1]
G5                                      D/F#
If roses are meant to be red            And violets to be blue
C9                                      D/F#
Why isn't my heart                      meant for you
G5                                      D/F#
My hands longing to touch you           but I can barely breath
C9                                      D/F#
Starry eyes that make me melt           Right in front of me

[refrain]
G5                                      D/F#
Lost in this world,                     I even get lost in this song
C                                       D/F#
And when the lights go down             That is where I'll be found

[verse 1]
G5
This music is irresistible 
D/F#
Your voice makes my skin crawl          
C9
Innocent and pure       
D/F#
I guess you heard it all before         
G5
Mister inaccessible     
D/F#
Will this ever change                   
C9
One thing that remains the same
D/F#
You're still a picture in a frame       

[refrain]
G5
Lost in this world                      
D/F#
I even get lost in this song    
C       
And when the lights go down             
D/F#
That is where I'll be found             

[refrain]
G5
I get lost in this world        
D/F#    
I get lost in your eyes                 
C
And when the lights go down             
D/F#
That is where I'll be found             

[instrumental]
C9   D/F#   Am   D/F#

[refrain]
G5
Lost in this world              
D/F#    
I get lost in your eyes         
C       
And when the lights go down     
D/F#    
Am I the only one                       



* There is a small change by the sentence 'And when the lights go down'
It goes like this:

e---------------------------------|
B--------1---------------0--------|
G------0---0----------2-----2-----|
D----2-------------2-----------2--|
A---------------------------------|
E--0----------2--0----------------|

I'm not totally sure about this, corrections are welcome.

            
            
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oyvind 15 Jul 02, 2009 03:22 PM

On D/F# I find it easier to use my thumb for the low E.

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No_way_back 126 Jul 04, 2009 10:04 AM

Yes, but for very unexperienced players its easyier to use their index finger.
Thanks for your comment!

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daffit01 10 Mar 14, 2010 12:05 PM

The C* is actually a normal C chord played in the third position, so: x-5-4-0-3-x

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