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- Couldn't find any versions on here that fit the chords Chris Martin is playing 
  (for example: youtube.com/watch?v=5QJULZd91nI),
  especially the chorus, so here it is!
- Whenever the Fmaj7 is played, play it like the intro 
  (Fmaj9 - Fmaj7, hammer-on on 2nd fret on 3rd string with an upstroke)

         EADGBe
Am     = x02210
C/G    = 332010
Fmaj7  = x33210
Fmaj9  = x33010
Dmadd9 = x 12 12 10 10 0
Am*    = x77550
G6/D   = x55400


Intro
Fmaj7 Fmaj9 Fmaj7 Fmaj9

Am                 C/G
Bones sinking like stones
               Fmaj7     
All that we've fought for
Am                  C/G
Homes, places we've grown
              Fmaj7   
All of us are done for

Dmadd9                     Am*  
We live in a beautiful world
G6/D
Yeah we do, yeah we do
Dmadd9                      Fmaj7
We live in a beautiful world

Am                 C/G
Bones sinking like stones
               Fmaj7     
All that we've fought for
Am                  C/G
Homes, places we've grown
              Fmaj7   
All of us are done for

Dmadd9                     Am*  
We live in a beautiful world
G6/D
Yeah we do, yeah we do
Dmadd9                      Fmaj7
We live in a beautiful world

Am            C/G
Oh all that I know
                        Fmaj7
There's nothing here to run from
      Am              C/G                    Fmaj7
Cause here, everybody here's got somebody to lean on

            
            
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feeel 10 Jan 21, 2016 10:11 AM

nailed the Dmadd9 Am* G6/D progression. But I play it Dmadd9 0-5-6-6 Am 0-1-2-2 G6/D 0-0-0-0

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philu 31 Feb 15, 2017 11:30 AM, edited at 04:34 pm

nice, but I think you got 1 thing drastically wrong: All those chords dont start with x on the 6th string, Chris is actually playing the note. So, there's no muting with your thumb, but grabbing the fret with it!

so, it should be

Am = x02210
C/G = 332010
Fmaj7 = 133210 <--
Fmaj9 = 133010 <--
Dmadd9 = 10 12 12 10 10 0 <--
Am* = 577550 <--
G6/D = 355400 <--

sorry for being that one guy :D
that D9 chord is pretty far up on some guitars, can also be played as x57760

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