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Sing For Absolution Chords

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SING FOR ABSOLUTION
from the album ABSOLUTION, 2003
by Muse


[Intro/Verse Tabs]

    Dm              Bb              E/G#            A7
E|--1-----3-1-----3-1-----3-1-----1-0-----1-0-----1-0-----1-0-----0--|
B|--------------------------------------3-------3-------2-------2----|
G|----2-3-----2-3-----2-3-----2-3-----1-------1-------0-------0------|
D|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------|


[Verse 1]

Dm
Lips are turning blue
  Bb
A kiss that can't renew
  E/G#
I only dream of you
   A7
My beautiful

Dm
Tiptoe to your room
  Bb
A starlight in the gloom
  E/G#
I only dream of you
        A7            [A A B] (single notes)
And you never knew


[Chorus]

C          C/E* C/F* Gm  Gm7                *played by Bass
  Sing for ab-  so-  lu- tion
Gm7/F*  Gm/E*   C                     *played by Bass
I     will  be  singing
            C/Bb* C/A* Gm     Gm2     *played by Bass
And falling from  your grace


[Interlude]


[Verse 2]

        Dm
There's nowhere left to hide
   Bb
In no one to confide
    E/G#
The truth burns deep inside
         A7
And will never die

(same chords progression)

Lips are turning blue
A kiss that can't renew
I only dream of you
My beautiful

[Chorus]


[Solo] 

D5 Bb5 E/G# A5addF A5


[Chorus]

Dm                        Bbmaj7  Bb6
    Our wrongs remain un- recti-  fied
        E7addG/G#  E7/G#          Asus4   A
And our so-          uls won't be ex- humed


[Coda] 

Dm Dm/C
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huffy 10 Jan 22, 2004 12:00 AM

yeah there's a much better way to do the intro, i'll post it later as soon as i have time but good job for the chords.

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