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Strumming
There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
To see a nice live performance to learn from a bit, YouTube Bliss at Eurockennes in 
It is very helpful to make the song flow at its best.

In the studio version, this is done on a synth (obviously), but in live performances, he 
this little doodle instead of chords:

--11---------10-----------13---------------|
-----13----------11-----------13-----------|
--------12-----------10-----------13-------|
-------------------------------------------|
-------------------------------------------|
-------------------------------------------|
    ^that's the Cm...A#....Fm

     in beat language, if this is in 8/4, you each of those notes is the first three 
of an eight beat measure, you play seven measures.

After that doodle, he plays the exact same thing, but using chords. Very nice effect.

Cm A# Fm Cm A# Fm Cm

Cm          A#              Fm      Cm
Everything about you is how I wanna be
     A#            Fm       Cm
Your freedom comes naturally
Cm          A#           Fm         Cm
Everything about you resonates happiness
    A#      Fm     Cm
Now I won't settle for less


C  Am   C          C         Am          
   Fm
   Give me all the peace and joy in your mind

**Now for this part, you can play the normal chords at the end of the guitar. In the 
version, he plays the C like so:

---0----|
---8----|
---9----|
---10---|
---10---|
x-------|

**And he plays the Am with the power chord:
---5----|
---5----|
---5----|
---7----|
---7----|
---5----|

**He returns to the open E chord, and then to the fully barred Fm.


Cm A# Fm Cm A# Fm Cm

Cm          A#                Fm   Cm
Everything about you pains my envying
     A#              Fm    Cm
Your soul can't hate anything
Cm          A#             Fm       Cm
Everything about you is so easy to love
        A#       Fm        Cm
They're watching you from above


C  Am   C          C         Am          E
   Give me all the peace and joy in your mind
           C          Am         C
I want the peace and joy in your mind
            C         Am          E
Give me the peace and joy in your mind


Cm A# Fm Cm A# Fm Cm

**Again, you can play this part with the chords, but it sounds monumentally better 
the doodle.


Cm          A#           Fm         Cm
Everything about you resonates happiness
    A#      Fm     Cm
Now I won't settle for less


C  Am   C          C         Am          E
   Give me all the peace and joy in your mind
           C          Am         C
I want the peace and joy in your mind
            C         Am          E
Give me the peace and joy in your mind

Cm A# Fm Cm A# Fm Cm

(this is only played in the studio version, it just ends with E in the live version)

Hope this was helpful. I think this is more straightforward than most of the chords/tab 
on here. xx

            
            
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