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By André Oszwald akA FABBA

IMPORTANT: nearly ALWAYS let the high E-string/ high E-string and B string ring
together with all chords. 

This is an easy song from my favorite band... :-P It's DEFINITELY not my favorite,
but it's the easiest to play. Good for beginners, and the chords are beautiful.

The Intro (this is the best I got it... listen to the strumming pattern and play
the chords) play the chords:

                   
E: 0   0   0   0   0   0   0 
B: 5   5   5   5   5   5   5
G: 6   6   6   6   6   6   6
D: 6   6   6   6   6   6   6
A: 4   2   0   2   4   2   0
E:

Then the verse...


E         B               C#m         A   Asus  A
I wake up to the sound of rain upon my sill

E	  B               C#m         A   Asus  A
Pick up the pieces of my yesterday old thrill

E   	  B 		   C#m	  
Can I deliver this used up shiver

        A      Asus           E
To how I pronounce my life

E               B              C#m           A    Asus A
And I leave it up to faith to go by its own will 

CHORUS

E 		 Bm                    A
Back row to the left, a little to the side

A 		     C#m
Slightly out of the place

C#m		 F# 		 	    Am
Look beyond the light, where you'd least expect

Am              E
There's someone special 

(repeat chords)
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pagerawks 10 wrote on March 29 2006, 04:37 pm

H chord? seriously, WTF!? Maybe you have some special foreign guitar I'm not aware or, or decided to give chords pet names. But H? isn't that one of the faggots from Steps? AHHHHH *headache*

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RavuAlHemio 10 wrote on April 1 2006, 11:15 am

In some languages, H corresponds to B and B corresponds to Bb. Therefore, just rename "H" to "B" and you're safe.

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AdVisory 291 wrote on November 10 2008, 07:52 am

There is also G#m in the verse at some parts.. for example "..of my yesterday old..." it isn't C#m -> it is G#m. if you understand what I mean :)

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