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One Day Women Will All Become Monsters chords

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by Chiodos
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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
This is just the way I play it so I can rock it on acoustic.  Not exactly perfect, 
but still fun to mess around with, you can tool with it as you like.

Intro:

Bb -- C

     Dm          Bb         A7  Bb -- C
If I live to see you again
     Dm              
I'll take out my eyes
Bb                  A7              C
with this I have no way, and in consequence want no sight
Dm            Bb                A7
I've tried my hardest to forget every connection
C                                Bb
always being the blind villain

       C         Dm  C     Bb C      Dm 
my end meets the old curse of death

                   Bb     C   
the last courtesy I give
Dm                      Bb        C
get the horses for your mistress
Dm         Bb          C        Dm
there is a cliff, with sky high peaks
Bb        C          Dm           Dm -- Bb -- F -- C x2
make your way to the very brim of it
Dm  Bb  F    C            Dm -- Bb -- F (stop)
stop it from ever showing
           Dm     Bb  A7  C
repair the misery
Dm      Bb     A7  Bb -- C
give me your hand
      Dm             Bb          A7       C
the departure of the thief and monster is far from over
Dm                      Bb
but everything is gonna be just fine
A7              C             Dm
everything will be just fine

(I realize this next part is all a D chord in the actual song, but since screaming/
breakdowns and acoustic guitars don't work that well, I just sing this whole part 
and do the second half sort of spoken word.)

Dm                  Bb
with robbers hands, cunning and false
            A7                      C
label him a thief, bring him before us
Dm            Bb
bind fast his corky arms
A7     C
filthy traitor!

Dm
hang him instantly
Bb
pluck out his eyes
A7                                   C
rip the haunting smirk from his face
Dm                  Bb   A7               C
may heaven help him, but only through its plagues
Dm      Bb    A7        C
for our means secure us
Dm                   Bb         A7                C
for our means secure us and our defects prove our worth.

Dm      Bb        A7   Bb -- C
give me your hand
      Dm               Bb       A7        C
the departure of the thief and monster is far from over
Dm                      Bb
but everything is gonna be just fine
A7              C
everything will be just fine
Dm                         Bb
we live in fear and danger of them
               A7                  C
their delicate cheeks will turn to rotting flesh
Dm      Bb             A7     C        
one day women will all become monsters 

Bb -- C

Again, not perfect, just the way I play it, feel free to change it around as you 
see fit, shoot me suggestions if you find something that works better.  Enjoy!

            
            
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Beyond_Horizons 10 Mar 08, 2012 10:17 PM

Been playing around with it more, and found an alternate way to do the breakdown that you may like if you're into a darker sound.

Try it like

0 0 0
6 6 6
7 7 7
7 7 7
5 X X
X 6 5

Essentially a D-minor barre chord with an open high e for some dissonance, and just arpeggio and move the bass note around between D, Bb, and A as it fits. It gives more of a somber and dark feel to the song than what I originally tabbed.

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