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Hear Me Now chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
This is the first song I heard by Framing Hanley and I absolutely
fell in love with it. It took me forever to finally tab it but I'm
going to do it now. The E chord in the song I play slightly different
than a normal E chord. I don't know what this chord is called, that's why
I'm just going to call it E (sounds fine as a regular E by the way). So
it anyone knows what it is called, please shout it out. Anyway, I hope you all enjoy it, 
please rate and comment. Peace!

(This is how I play the E chord)

  { E }

|---2---|
|---0---|
|---1---|
|---2---|
|---2---|
|---0---|


VERSE 1:

       C#m
Well I swear to God

We've been down this road before

The guilt's no good

And it only shames us more
        A
And the truths that we all try to hide

Are so much clearer when it's not our lives
    C#m               G#m
And we don't face the blame

PRE CHORUS:

      C#m
Won't you (get on your knees!)

Believe (have faith!)
                    G#m           Asus2
In this lie with us all (with us all)

CHORUS:

       E                            Asus2
Now my body's on the floor and I am calling
                         C#m
Well I'm calling out to you
                 G#m
Can you hear me now?

VERSE 2:

C#m
Well it's not a rebellion
            G#m                                 A
When you're selling out to an out of fashion salesman
                                         G#m
Our promising lives are full of empty promises
C#m                       G#m
Temptations falling and calling you home again
         A
Well I'm sorry if we've let you down

PRE CHORUS:

C#m
Won't you (get on your knees!)

Believe (have faith!)
                    G#m           Asus2
In this lie with us all (with us all)

CHORUS:

       E                            Asus2
Now my body's on the floor and I am calling
                         C#m
Well I'm calling out to you
                 Asus2
Can you hear me now? (can you hear me now!)
       E                            Asus2
Now my body's on the floor and I am calling
                         C#m
Well I'm calling out to you
                 G#m
Can you feel me now?

BRIDGE:

A    <--  little interlude part

C#m
What's wrong, what's wrong, what's wrong?
A                          B
What's wrong, what's wrong, what's wrong?
C#m
What's wrong, what's wrong, what's wrong?
G#m                        Asus2
What's wrong, what's wrong, what's wrong?

CHORUS:

       C#m                          G#m
Now my body's on the floor and I am calling
                         C#m                  Asus2
Well I'm calling out to you (can you hear me now!)
       E                            Asus2
Now my body's on the floor and I am calling
       E                            Asus2
Now my body's on the floor and I am calling
       C#m                          G#m
Now my body's on the floor and I am calling
                         Asus2
Well I'm calling out to you

[End on Asus2]

            
            
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bb17 10 Aug 20, 2009 07:46 AM

not bad but the G#m sounds a bit off

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musiclover410 10 Apr 18, 2010 07:10 PM

The E chord is called E9 and instead of G#m , i think it should be a B or something...

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Jimmyss7 610 Sep 27, 2010 06:29 AM

Actually, instead of G#m, it should be nothing. There is no G#m! And instead of B, the chord is F#m :)

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