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First of all I only get the credit for tabbing this. Many thanks to georgiarose16 
for his tutorial on this one. Check his youtube channel if you like.

So standart tunning, capo 3rd fret if you want to stick to the album version.


Intro goes this way : 
Am   C

Am
Words like violence
Cm
Break the silence
F
Come crashing in
F
Into my little world
Am
Painful to me
Cm
Pierce right through me
F
Can't you understand
F
Oh my little girl

Dm
All I ever wanted
F
All I ever needed
Am           C
Is here in my arms
Dm                   F
Words are very unnecessary
Am               Gm (466544)
They can only do harm

[Bridge]
Am   C


Am
Vows are spoken
Cm
To be broken
F
Feelings are intense
F
Words are trivial
Am
Pleasures remain
Cm
So does the pain
F
Words are meaningless
F
And forgettable

Dm
All I ever wanted
F
All I ever needed
Am           C
Is here in my arms
Dm                   F
Words are very unnecessary
Am             GM (466544)
They can only do harm

Strum : 
Dm   F   Am   C   Dm   F   Am   C .... Till the end

Enjoy the silence

            
            
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o2g.org.ru 24 Jan 17, 2015 03:32 AM

Not Gm, but G# most likely

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manjade 104 Dec 16, 2015 07:43 AM

the last chord in the chorus should be G#major not Gminor

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