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Short Change Hero chords

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Short Change Hero

!!! Capo on 4th fret !!!

Chords by ear. Sounds good to me. 
I play the song this way, in standard tuning. 


I can't see where you're comin' from 
But I know just what you're runnin' from 
G                        D
And what matters thinkin' who's baddest but the 
Ones who stop you falling from your ladder 

When you feel like you're feeling now 
And doin' things just to please your crowd 
G                        D
When I love you like the way I love you 
And I suffer but I ain't gonna cut you 'cause 


This ain't no place for no hero 
This ain't no place for no better man 
G                          D
This ain't no place for no hero 
To go home 


Dm                       Am
And every time I close my eyes 
 Dm                       Am
I think, I think about you inside 
 Dm                              Am
And your mother givin' up on asking why 
Why you lie and you cheat 
       Am                       G7
and you try to make a fool out of she 

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lokkness 244 Jun 15, 2014 06:42 PM

We have been jammin this song and actually play it with a capo on the 2nd fret using the chords Bm, A, E. You can lift the root note of the Bm to get a bass step while strumming, and using open A and E introduces lower chords than what Capo at 4th fret does (which to us sounds closer to the track).. In the Bridge it's Em, Bm... then last bars are Em, Bm, A7.. Awesome tab btw, and awesome song ;)

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Avelos 406 Mar 27, 2015 07:09 PM

That's almost exactly how I play it Lokkness though I think the final arpeggio of the bridge is a G# arpeggio. Of course with the capo on the chords are actually C#m, B(A), F#(E)and for the bridge F#m(Em), C#m, and G#

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michal.plonka 10 Apr 03, 2017 01:45 PM


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