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Insane chords

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[Chords]
    Em  D  C/G  B7 Em*
E|--0---0---0---2---0---|
B|--0---3---1---0--(7)--|
G|--0---0---0---2---0---|
D|--2---4---2---1---5---|
A|--2---5---3---2---7---|
E|--0---5---3---0---0---|

[Verse]
         Em                             D
Should I speak? Should I bother shaking hands?
     Em                        D
Am I weak, if I leave it as it stands?
        Em                                 D
I've submerged, and I've surfaced with the blame,
               C/G               B7
I guess I'm no good, I guess I'm insane.
         Em                      D
Should I go, if she calls out my name?
           Em                           D
And if she bleeds, should I wipe up the stain?
           Em                       D
And if I'm low, can I drown in this rain?
               C/G               B7
I guess I'm no good, I guess I'm insane.

[Chorus]
                    C/G  D
And I hate when you say, 
             Em*
That I never fight for you,
              C/G     D
Sometimes you breathe,
            Em*
All over my skin,
                   C/G  D
And you always end up, 
                 Em*
Much closer than close,
    C/G     D            Em
And that's, when, I give in.

[Verse]
         Em                        D
Should I confess, the actions of a hand?
      Em                         D
In my mind, I'll betray you once again.
             Em                      D
Why should I climb? What is there to gain?
                  C/G           B7
‘Cause this is no good, this is insane.

[Chorus]
                    C/G  D
And I hate when you say, 
             Em*
That I never fight for you,
              C/G     D
Sometimes you breathe,
            Em*
All over my skin,
                   C/G  D
And you always end up, 
                 Em*
Much closer than close,
    C/G     D            Em*
And that's, when, I give in.

[Verse]
C/G                D
And you're taking, and you're taking,
Em*
And you're taking me down.
C/G                D
And you're taking, and you're taking,
Em*
And you're taking me down.
        C/G D Em*              C/G  D   
And you all...  you always end up,
                 Em*
Much closer than close,
C/G      D            Em*
That, is when, I give in,
     C/G     D            Em*
Yeah that's, when, I give in,
       C/G     D            Em
I said that’s, when, I give in.

            
            
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Devmarta 75 Dec 02, 2014 07:14 PM

Looks really good, but a bit different from the version I'm watching:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNFxQ-9QZd4

The chord shapes are a bit different in the verse from the chorus. In the verse:

Em = 022000
D9 = x00320
C9 = x32030
B7 = x21202

Also note he does quite a few hammer-ons:
-Second finger on A string in the Em chord (verse)
-Second finger on G string in the D9 chord (verse)

The chords in the verse you have are pretty good, to rehash:

Em* = 075000
Em9 = 075070
C/G = 332010
D4add9 = 554030

The Em9 has a really nice effect, you can slot in in while you're holding the Em*.
This Em* chord actually has so many things you can do to it, try experimenting putting and string up to fret 7 with your pinky and you can do some cool things.
If you want to go crazy awesome, you can bend the B string up from a f# to a g for extra effect and nuance.

-He also does a hammer-on in the chorus: second fret on D string.

But you've got all the chords in the right places! And your tab was super helpful in figuring out the specifics.

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