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Growing Old Is Getting Old chords

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INTRO
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C#m   /   /   /   | C#m  /   /   /   | B   /   /   /   | B   /   /   /
  A   /   /   /   | A    /   /   /   | A   /   /   /   | A   /   /   /

C#m   /   /   /   | C#m  /   /   /   | B   /   /   /   | B   /   /   /
  A   /   /   /   | A    /   /   /   | A   /   /   /   | A   /   /   /


VERSE 1
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          C#m                  B                       A       A
So we all      are growing old      and it’s getting old
            C#m                  B                 A       A
Pressure on     our hollow bones    and the ???? ???
        C#m               B                  A       A
Suddenly     we decompose,   but we’re not alone
         C#m                  B     A      A
So we all      are growing old


CHORUS 1
B                                C#m              A
   Maybe we’re sealed in silence,    and maybe we feel a guidance
B                         C#m                A
   Maybe your own devices    will keep you afraid and cold, but I...


VERSE 2
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Memorise your smile lines from left to right
Came to life in child-like reaction time
We’re allowed to expire with ourselves in mind
So we all are growing old


CHORUS 2
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Pull out the fear of silence and put out the need for guidance
And put out your own devices and don’t be afraid of the cold


INTERLUDE
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Em / / / | Em / / / | Em / D / | C / / /
Em / / / | Em / / / | Em / D / | C / / / 
Em / / / | Em / / / | Em / D / | C / / / 
Em / / / | Em / / / | Em / D / | C / / /


BRIDGE 1
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       Em                D    C
And we sing, we sing, we sing
   Em                  D    C
We fight, we fight, we fight
   Em              D    C
We cry, we cry, we cry
   Em                          D     C
We slide, we slide, we slide into delight


INTERLUDE
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Em / / / | Em / / / | Em / D / | C / / /
Em / / / | Em / / / | Em / D / | C / / / 
Em / / / | Em / / / | Em / D / | C / / / 
Em / / / | Em / / / | Em / D / | C / / /


BRIDGE 2
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      Em                 D   C
Do we sing, we fight, we cry?
   Em                          D     C
We slide, we slide, we slide into delight


OUTRO
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D                               Em              C
  Maybe we’re sealed in silence,   and maybe we feel a guidance
D                        Em                C
  Maybe your own devices    will keep you afraid and cold, well
D                             Em                 C
  Pull out the fear of silence   and put out the need for guidance
D                              Em               C
  And put out your own devices    and don’t be afraid of the cold
 C                   C
Afraid of the cold, afraid all the time
           C                 Em
You’ve got nowhere to go but here

            
            
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Grimm665 196 Apr 28, 2009 06:24 PM

hey man this is a pretty sweet tab. my only question is during the interlude, it sound slike hes going from a higher chord to a lower chord, to an even lower chord. im not a guitar player, but when i put the chords into guitar pro, it goes from low (Em) to high (D) to a little lower than D (C). this may be a stupid question, but is there a different Em chord thats much higher that he plays or is it a different chord?

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Subtank 10 May 02, 2009 02:47 PM

my guitar teacher made me a really quick tab of it, and he said its basically:

e-----------------
B--8-----12--5----
G--9-----12--5----
D--9-----12--5----
A-----------------
E-----------------
then
e------------------
B--8-----12--17----
G--9-----12--17----
D--9-----12--17----
A------------------
E------------------

When it gets heavy. You're just going one octave higher. Hope it helps.

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Grimm665 196 May 03, 2009 03:55 PM

thanks a lot dude this is great

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