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Just To Be The One chords

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Bm  A  G#m  G     Bm  A  G#m  G

Bm                    A  G#m                G
I will understand you... I will serve you well
Bm                             A  G#m                G
I’ll suffer when you leave me... stand out in parallel
G               A              Bm                     G#m
And I will recognize you when you're lost to yourself
G               A            Bm   A   G#m G  
Just to be the one you call in

Bm                 A    G#m                G
I will raise an army... I will gather strength
Bm                            A  G#m                G
I’ll follow where you lead me... I’ll go through anything
G                     A         Bm                     G#m
And I will heed your warning... and sound your victory bell
G               A            Bm 
Just to be the one you call in

D            A                   F#
And for the first time you were dark
G                D                   F#
Caught out on a western swell, swept apart
    G                   D                F#
And we watched as their bodies danced towards the rocks
Bm            A  G#m  G        Bm  A  G#m  G
To the rocks

G            A              Bm                     G#m
I will recognize you when you're lost to yourself
G               A            Bm   A 
Just to be the one you call in
G               A            Bm   A 
Just to be the one you call in
G               A            Bm  
Just to be the one you call in

            
            
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thrashh95 341 Jul 12, 2017 06:33 AM, edited at 10:39 am

thanks for tabbing it out :-)
i would try another chord than G#m: i play a Bm, replace the Bm-bass-note with a G#, and the F# with an E.
--> (e:4; A:X; D:2; G:4; B:3; E:X)
you can also just play G#m7b5 :D for the sound its just important to play the d on the b-string in that chord.
also id replace the A-chord with Bm/A or Bm7/A.

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